Every year over two days in November L'Institut Servier organizes Scientific Days in Paris, which cover :

● The Laureate Symposium : researchers, medical doctors and/or pharmacists having benefitted from a mobility research grant present their research in the presence of their department head and of the head of their host laboratory.

● The Scientific Colloquium : organized by two members of the Scientific Committee and dedicated to a subject of current and future interest, notably in the following therapeutic domains: cardiovascular diseases, diabetes, neurodegenerative diseases, immune inflammation and oncology.

NOVEMBER 21ST, 2019
Therapeutic revolutions in oncology: How to incorporate them?
Chaired by: Professors Bernard DEVULDER, Dominique BELLET and Philippe ROUGIER
How has progress in molecular biology led to the discovery of new therapeutic targets? How have revolutionary treatment options been applied to various cancers? How will we select and evaluate these treatments in the futur?
09h15
Roadmap for progress in cancer treatment
Jean-Yves Blay (Lyon)
09h35
Malignant connective tissue tumors
Florence Duffaud (Marseille)
9h50
Endocrine tumors
Tamara Matisiak-Budnik (Nantes)
10h05
Lung cancers
Marie Wislez (Paris)
10h20
Urological cancers
Philippe Beuzeboc (Suresnes)
11h15
Are immunotherapies a real medical revolution?
Hervé Fridman (Paris)
11h35
Melanomas
Philippe Saiag (Paris)
11h50
Gastrointestinal cancers
Julien Taieb (Paris)
12h05
Triple-negative breast cancers
Luis Teixeira (Paris)
12h20
From genetics to epigenetics: targeting DNA repair defects (PARP inhibitors and homologous recombination deficiency in ovarian cancer)
Pierre Combe (Paris)
14h15
Methods and perspectives
Christophe Tournigand (Paris)
14h30
Phase 1 clinical trials: new methods
Christophe Massard (Paris)
14h45
Phase 2 trials oriented by molecular profile
Christophe Le Tourneau (Paris)
15h15
The anatomic pathologist’s viewpoint
Frédéric Bibeau (Caen)
15h30
Liquid biopsies
Marc Ychou (Montpellier)
15h45
Tumor boards: molecular data
Pierre Laurent-Puig (Paris)
16h15
Lecture: Medical economics of innovative therapies in oncology
Claude Le Pen (Paris)
16h45
Closing lecture: Will artificial intelligence change medical practice?
Bernard Nordlinger (Paris)
17h15
Conclusion
Bernard Devulder