VIRTUAL - Role of Inflammation in Cancer Progression
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
Role of Inflammation in Cancer Progression
Session begins at 4:00pm.
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Chronic Inflammation may increase the risk of breast cancer recurrence. These insights are fostering new anti-inflammatory therapeutic approaches to cancer development. Stress, lack of exercise, genetic disposition, and exposure to toxins can all contribute to such chronic inflammation, but dietary choices play a big role as well. Learning how specific foods influence the inflammatory process is the best strategy for containing it and reducing disease risks such as cancer progression.
Dr Lopamudra Das Roy, M.Sc, MBA, Ph.D. has 18+ years of experience in Research, Teaching, and Mentoring undergraduate and Ph.D.candidates in the field of Genetics, Breast, and Pancreatic Cancer. She received her Ph.D. in Molecular Biology (Genetics) from the Mayo Clinic College of Medicine in Cancer Immunology and Therapeutics. She received her MBA from Northwestern University - Kellogg School of Management in Chicago. She served as a Research Professor and Principle Investigator at the University of North Carolina and received grants from both the National Cancer Institute and the Department of Defense Cancer Research Program. She has received numerous awards for her research and is an established speaker at international conferences. She received global recognition from the American Association of Cancer Research for her work on breast cancer metastatsis and the link to arthritis. She recently received the "Award of Excellence for Humanitarian Service" at the Male Breast Cancer Coalition Conference in Orlando.
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