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University of Glasgow | Institute of Cancer Sciences

Kevin Blyth is Professor of Respiratory Medicine in Glasgow. He splits his time between the CRUK Beatson Institute/University of Glasgow and the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital, where he leads the Glasgow Pleural Disease Unit. He founded and is Director of the Macmillan Scottish Mesothelioma Network, which coordinates clinical care and access to trials for Mesothelioma patients in Scotland. He is an NHS Scotland Research (NRS) Senior Research Fellow and leads a translational research program focused on pleural disease. He has a particular interest in Mesothelioma and is Principal Investigator of the CRUK PREDICT-Meso International Accelerator Network.

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Date Time Hall Session Role Theme
2020-11-21 09:00-09:15 Room No. 3

Beyond Pleurodesis: Intrapleural therapies for Thoracic malignancies

Speaker Intrapleural oncolytic herpes virus