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📅 20th - 21st June 2024 📍 Glasgow

Alexander Haragan

Royal Liverpool University Hospital

Dr Alexander Haragan is a pathologist based in Liverpool with a clinical and research interest in thoracic and molecular pathology.

His main clinical and research interests are around targeted therapies for lung cancers, with his work focusing on the tumour immune microenvironment, protein-based biomarkers, genomics and antibody drug congugates as well as the use of digital pathology and AI to improve diagnostics and prediction of response to targeted therapies.

Graduating from the University of Aberdeen with his Medical Degree and first class honours in Biomedical Sciences, Dr Haragan also holds a distinction grade Masters in Pharmacogenomics, a PGCert in Molecular Pathology and has attained his PhD in Immuno-oncology and Clinical Pharmacology.

He sits on the UKNEQAS scientific advisory board and the ESDIP (European society of digital and integrative pathology) scientific committee and is the North England Council Representative for the Royal College of Pathologists. Dr Haragan is an advocate of promoting pathology and improving understanding by working with colleagues and patients in order to deliver the best modern pathology service possible.

The conference has been instigated and organised by LCNUK. Sponsors have contributed funding towards this event in return for exhibition space. They have had no input into the agenda or the selection of speakers with the exception of any sponsored symposia which are clearly indicated.

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Annual Conference

Join us for the LCNUK Conference 2024, the go-to event for any nurse working in lung cancer.

Held Thursday 20th - Friday 21st June at the Hilton Hotel, Glasgow. In this year’s event we’ll be returning to the fundamentals that are so important to our role focusing on patient centred care and symptom management.

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