Poster presentation in Paris, during WIN Symposium
During the WIN 2012 Symposium, held in Paris, June 28-29, Rob Ruijtenbeek presented his poster on response prediction using PamGene technology. This year's theme of the WIN symposium was efficacy of biomarkers and personalized cancer therapeutics. The subject of Rob Ruijtenbeek's poster presentation was highly in accordance with this theme.

 

The poster showed an overview of the possibilities of the PamGene technology, highlighting the latest achievements on response prediction using ex vivo PamChip assays. The WIN 2012 Symposium was attended by a lot of international stakeholders in cancer biomarkers and therapeutics development.
 
The WIN (Worldwide Innovative Networking) Consortium was created to accelerate the pace and reduce the cost of translating effective cancer treatments to the bedside.