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Dear Colleague,

We at MVR Cancer Centre & Research Institute invite you with unbounded joy for 2nd MVR CANCON 2019, a novel and unique international Oncology Conference.

Tumor metastasis is the principle cause of mortality among cancer patient’s world over. Majority of our patients in India report to oncologists with advanced disease and metastasis. Therefore, we have chosen theme of conference this time as “Metastasis”.

There has been a significant progress in the science of metastasis, understanding the process of tumor dissemination – the steps between growth of the primary tumor and establishment of the secondary tumors. However, we need to have a better understanding of how tumors grow in the secondary site and how they interact with the metastatic micro-environment to modulate cell growth, apoptosis, and immune responses as well as resistance to therapeutics.

This MVR Cancon will focus on the metastatic lesion as a unique entity operating in concert with a complex local and systemic environment that influences disease aggressiveness and, ultimately, patient survival. Multiple aspects of tumor metastasis and metastatic disease will be addressed through presentations from scientific experts. Conference program will cover the latest findings on tumor evolution, the metastatic micro-environment, imaging, metastatic signatures, dormancy, and potential agents for therapy and prevention with a goal for detection & control of both micro-metastases as well as late-stage metastatic and chemoresistant cancers.

MVR CANCON 2019 will have world leaders in oncology to meet and discuss on how to better handle challenge posed by metastasis in our patients and ultimately give them better care & cure.

We look forward to welcoming you at Kozhikode this August/September.

CONFERENCE HIGHLIGHTS:

  • Renowned National and International Faculty

  • Two young doctors with the Best ORAL presentation will be chosen for a full month observership at Cleveland Clinic, USA.

Regards,

Organizing Committee

Chairman

Shri C. N. Vijayakrishnan

MVR Cancer Centre & Research Institute

Organising Chairperson

Dr. Narayanankutty Warrier

Medical Director

MVR Cancer Centre & Research Institute

drnkwarrier@mvrccri.co

Organising Secretary

Dr. K. V. Sajeevan

drsajeevan@mvrccri.co

Joint Secretary

Dr. Vijayagopal K. S.

drvijayagopal@mvrccri.co

Dr. Dileep Damodaran

drdileepdamodaran@mvrccri.co

Scientific Committee Chairperson

Dr. Sreedharan P. S.

Scientific Committee Member

Dr. Dinesh Makkuny

Dr. Arunlal M.

Dr. Shailaj Kurup

Dr. Renjith KR

Dr. Yamini Krishnan

Dr. Sumangala Balakrishnan

Dr. Deepak Damodaran

Public Relations Committee

Mr. Jayendran K.

Dr. Jai Kishan

Dr. Prashanth Parameswaran

Dr. Ajmal Sheriff

Dr. Anu R. I.

Mr. Sreeush Sreenivas

IT & Technical Committee

Dr. Shamsudheen Cholayil

Dr. Sreelatha Varma

Dr. Syam Vikram

Dr. Thanseer NTK

Dr. Sahil M

Dr. Vishnu K

Mr. Ramdas Bhaskar

Accommodation & Logistics

Dr. Sudheesh Manoharan

Dr. Sajna V M Kutty

Dr. Nittin Henry

Dr. Sebastian Jose

Mr. Joyis Jose

Dr. Nirmal C

Workshops

Faculty

International Faculty

Dr. Yutaka Yonemura

Japan

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Dr. Hironori Ishigami

Japan

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Dr. Faheez Mohamed

UK

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Dr. Shaheenah Dawood

UAE

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Dr. Ajit Venniyoor

UAE

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Dr. Roy Vergis

UK

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Dr. Pranay Girdhari

UAE

Dr. Sanjay Thuruthel

KUWAIT


National Faculty

Name City
A S RamakrishnanChennai
Abhishek MohantyCalicut
Aditi BhattAhmedabad
Ajay KumarCalicut
Amit VermaDelhi
Anand RajaChennai
Ananda SelvakumarMadurai
Anil TarigopulaChennai
Anurag MehtaDelhi
Aravind RamkumarBengaluru
Arun PeterCochin
Arun WarrierCochin
Aruna Prabhu (Poladia)Namakkal
Arvind KrishnamurthyChennai
B J SunilTrivandrum
B K SmrutiMumbai
Beena KCochin
Bharath RangarajanCoimbatore
Bhavesh PoladiaNamakkal
Boman DhabharMumbai
C G PrameelaPattambi
C S PrameshMumbai
C SairamHyderabad
Chandramohan KTrivandrum
Chirag DesaiAhmedabad
D K VijaykumarCochin
Debnarayan DuttaCochin
Dhairyasheel SavantMumbai
Dinesan MCalicut
DurgapoornaCochin
G K RathDelhi
George KarimundackalMumbai
Haseeb A GMangalore
Indranil MallickKolkata
Indu BansalDelhi
Jayant Sastri GodaMumbai
Jomon RaphaelThrissur
Jose PaulCochin
Jose TomKottayam
Jyothi S PrabhuBengaluru
Jyoti BajpaiMumbai
K B Linge GowdaBengaluru
K C LakshmaiahMadurai
K GeetaDelhi
K Govind BabuBengaluru
K L JayakumarTrivandrum
K P AravindanCalicut
K PavithranCochin
K S GopinathBengaluru
K SambasivaiahHyderabad
Kajal ShahAhmedabad
Karthik RishiBengaluru
Kaustav TalapatraMumbai
Krishna BalkundiMumbai
Krupa Shankar SCoimbatore
KumaraswamyBengaluru
Lilly MCalicut
Linu JacobBengaluru
M S BelliappaBengaluru
Madhu MuraleeTrivandrum
Name City
Madhu SairamTrivandrum
MahadevanCalicut
Manikandan DChennai
Manzoor KoyakuttyCochin
Mukta RamadwarMumbai
Murali GopalKannur
MuraliKrishnan VPCalicut
Naren AggarwalDelhi
Naresh SomaniJaipur
Nithin KuthetaJaipur
Niti RaizadaBengaluru
P R SasindranCalicut
P S SridharBengaluru
Prasad NarayananBengaluru
Prasanth ParameswaranCalicut
Purvish ParikhMumbai
R MohanrajCoimbatore
Rajeev K RTrivandrum
Rajesh IsiahVellore
Rajesh VashisthaBathinda
Rajiv SarinMumbai
Ramdas KunnambathTrivandrum
Ramesh BilimaggaBengaluru
Ramesh NimmagaddaChennai
Ranganath RHyderabad
Ritesh TapkireAssam
Roshni STrivandrum
S AyyappanChennai
S H AdvaniMumbai
Sandeep PillaiTrivandrum
Sanjay ChandelGwalior
Sanket MehtaMumbai
Sateeshan BThalassery
Sathish PadmanabhanCalicut
Sathish SrinivasanMadurai
Selvamani BVellore
Shamsudheen CholayilCalicut
Sharmila A BapatPune
Shirley SundersinghChennai
Shuaib ZaidiDelhi
Siddanna R PalledBengaluru
Simon PavamaniVellore
Sreekumar PillaiThrissur
Srinivas PrasadHyderabad
Subhashini JohnVellore
Sumangala BalakrishnanCalicut
Sunitha DanielKochi
Supriya Jayant SastriMumbai
Suresh KumarCalicut
Suresh KumarKottayam
T RajaChennai
Tanuja ShetMumbai
Tanvir PashaBengaluru
Thomas S RamVellore
Vijayakumar MBengaluru
Vijayanand ReddyHyderabad
Vishwanathan SundaramLucknow

Scientific Program (Tentative)

Registration

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Category Up to 15th July Up to 14th August From 15th August
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Delegate INR 2000 INR 3750 INR 5000
International Delegate USD 80 USD 100 USD 120
Associate Delegate INR 1500 INR 2000 INR 3500
Student INR 1500 INR 2000 INR 3500
Trade Delegate INR 4000 INR 7500 INR 10000
Pathology Workshop INR 500
Peritonectomy Workshop INR 1000
Physiotherapist / General Physician Complementary with the registration but mendatory

Bank Details:

Account Name :

CARE Foundation

Account No :

67338936493

Bank :

State Bank of India

IFSC Code :

SBIN0070301

Branch :

Annie Hall Road, Calicut

GSTIN :

32AABAC1051D1ZP

PAN No. :

AABAC1051D

Notes:

  • All Registrations from 15th August 2019 will be considered as spot registration.
  • Registration is mandatory for all participants.
  • The registration fee includes entry to all scientific sessions, conference meals and delegate kit bag. Spot registrations are not guaranteed of conference kit.
  • Cancellation Policy: Registrations cancelled 2 weeks before the conference will be eligible for 75% refund of fees excluding service tax.
  • After this date, no requests for refund will be accepted. Refund will be processed after the two weeks of conference date.
  • Industry participation from non-participating companies are not allowed.

For any query about Registration, please contact:
Mr. Narayan Sharma
M. +91 93777 24324 | E. narayan@miceideas.in, mvrcancon@gmail.com

Abstract Submission Guideline


Last Date of Abstract Submission is 15th August 2019

  • One needs to Download the Abstract Submission Form by clicking on the below button

  • Registration is Mandatory for Abstract Submission (Registration should be done separately)

  • All abstracts are to be submitted for Oral/Poster presentation

  • Scientific Committee will select best abstracts from each applicable category for Oral Presentation and corresponding author will be appropriately informed

  • Presenting author to be highlighted in bold and underline

  • One Delegate should be the presenting author for only one Abstract

  • Last Date of Abstract Submission is 15th August, 2019

  • Abstract must be typed and presented in English

  • Use the Font type Calibri and Font Size 10

  • The Abstract written should not exceed 250 words

  • Abstracts should be structured to include the following 4 sections:

  • Abstract Must be submitted under below categories:

    • Objectives:

    • Material & Methods:

    • Results:

    • Conclusions:

  • Abstract must be submitted under below categories:

  • Mandatory to submit the Downloaded Abstract Submission Form Online by clicking on the button below


For any query about Abstract Submission, please contact:
Mr. Narayan Sharma
M. +91 93777 24324 | E. narayan@miceideas.in, mvrcancon@gmail.com

MVR Annual Quiz

To be held on: Saturday, 31st August

This Quiz is an annual event which is conducted as a part of MVR CANCON Conference. This year topic will be various aspects of metastaic disease, also prize money upto 1 lakh to the winning team

It is an attempt to motivate the post graduates with interest in oncology to pursue even greater heights.

Last Date to Register for MVR ANNUAL QUIZ 15th August 2019

Venue


Address

CP 13/516 B, C, Vellalaserri NIT(via),
Poolacode, Calicut, Kozhikode,
Kerala - 673601.


Places of Attractions

1. Tali Shiva Temple:-
Tali temple is one of the oldest temples in Kozhikode. The founding and prosperity of Kozhikode city is closely linked with the sanctity of this ancient temple. It is believed that the lingam in the sanctum of the Temple was installed towards the end of Dwaparayuga by Sri. Parasurama. The posture in the sanctum is that of Umamaheswara. Though this divine power existed from time immemorial, the attention of the citizens of Kozhikode was (bestowed on the temple) only by about 1500 years ago. Later on the temple reached its zenith during the rule of the Zamorin of Calicut, who had the prestigious title Sailabdheswara. The temple to its present state was built in the 14th century.



2. Regional Science Centre and Planetarium:-
Regional Science Centre & Planetarium Calicut functioning under NCSM (Govt. of India) shoulders the leading role of propelling science in Kerala, especially in the Malabar region. This centre engages itself in dissemination of science through active interaction and participation. It presents a plethora of facilities to inculcate scientific temper in the society. It has mind immersive hybrid planetarium. Further there are mind boggling Science Exhibition Galleries, Mobile & Travelling Science Exhibitions, High Definition 3D Theatre, Auditorium with audio – visual equipments.



3. Beypore Beach:-
Beypore or Beypur is an ancient port town and a locality town in Kozhikode district in the state of Kerala, India. The place was formerly known as Vaypura / Vadaparappanad. Tippu Sultan, ruler of Mysore, named the town "Sultan Pattanam". There is a marina and a beach while Beypore port is one of the oldest ports in Kerala, which historically traded with the Middle East. Beypore is noted for building wooden ships, known as dhows or urus in the Malayalam language. These ships were usually bought by Arab merchants for trading and fishing but are now used as tourist ships. According to Captain Iwata, founder member of the Association of Sumerian ships in Japan, Sumerian ships might have been built in Beypore. There is evidence to prove that Beypore had direct trade links with Mesopotamia and was a prominent link on the maritime silk route.



4. Art Gallery And Krishna Menon Museum:-
Krishna Menon Museum lies very close to Kozhikode town. It is just 7 km away from the town. While the museum is well-noticed for its collection of paintings of acclaimed artists like Raja Raja Varma and Raja Ravi Varma, a special wing of the museum is dedicated to late V.K. Krishna Menon, a national leader from the state who became the Defense Minister of India.



5. Calicut Beach:-
Kozhikode Beach or Calicut Beach is a beach on the western side of Kozhikode, situated on the Malabar Coast of India. The beach is accessible through four road overbridges in the city. The beach has paved stones and illumination. There is one Lions Park for the children and an acquarium. Kozhikode beach has always been a prominent place for conducting public meetings. The beach road was renamed 'Gandhi Road' in 1934 after Gandhi visited Calicut in 1934.


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