BOOK YOUR FREE PLACE TODAY
10 June 2019
Are you a researcher with an interest in
the RET gene?
Do you treat patients with diseases that involve the RET gene?
It's time to put our heads together as a collective to explore and exploit potential synergies in research
Join us on Monday 10th June at the Francis Crick Institute in London
ABOUT THE EVENT
The RET Research Collaborative Network presents its inaugural meeting. Exchange ideas and collaborate to facilitate innovation in research and clinical care. RET gene mutations are responsible for a range of rare diseases including multiple endocrine neoplasia II, famillial and sporadic medullary thyroid cancer and phaeochromocytomas, Hirschsprung's disease, congenital kidney and urinary tract abnormalities and intellectual disabilities.
The programme will consist of a series of 'lightening' talks by expert speakers within the following themes:
An Introduction to RET and MEN2
RET and Hirschsprung's Disease
Diverse Roles of RET
Targeting RET in Oncology
There will be plenty of networking opportunities throughout the day.