Pathway to Hope: Ryman Event Series Auckland
Pathway to Hope: Ryman Event Series Auckland

Discover how cancer cells get inside the brain by infiltrating the blood brain barrier.

Harmony Hall, 4 Wynyard St, Devonport, Auckland
Pathway to Hope: Ryman Event Series Auckland
10:00 AM
Wednesday, 20 November 2019

Akshata Anchan, PhD student, presents her research on cancer cells and how they get inside the brain.

Akshata Anchan is a third year PhD student studying at the University of Auckland. She is a recipient of the Gillespie Scholarship with the Neurological Foundation.
Her study focuses on how cancer cells get through the blood brain barrier and once inside the brain, survive and thrive while evading the body's immune defenses.

Orange brain neurons

Important details

  • Morning tea will be provided after the presentation
  • Registration for a free ticket is necessary prior to the event

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