22nd Dresden Symposium Hematology and Oncology
● Radebeul (Radisson Blu Park Hotel & Conference Centre)
We are very pleased to welcome you to the 22nd Dresden Symposium on Hematology and Oncology this year from September 1 to 3. As usual, the event will take place at the Radisson Blu Hotel in Radebeul.
We promise you an exciting and informative event again this year! Experts from all over Germany will come together to inform you about the latest findings and treatment options in hematology and oncology.
On Friday evening, we will have the pleasure of listening to the impressive author Friedemann Karig, whose novels are characterized by precise language and a profound examination of social and cultural issues in the German literary landscape. In a one-hour lecture, he will tell us in a captivating way about the power of myths, lies and utopias in narratives and their influence on our lives.
Sunday morning is themed: The Other Focus: Gender and Diversity in Oncology. We will address gender differences in the prevalence, diagnosis, treatment, and experience of cancer, and the importance of diversity in cancer research and treatment to ensure patient-centered, individualized care.
In addition to numerous presentations, case seminars and discussions will round out the program again this year. You are cordially invited to attend and share your experiences with colleagues. Use the time to gain new insights and perspectives for your own work.
The symposium is under the auspices of the German Society of Hematology and Internal Oncology (DGHO) and was jointly conceived by the BNHO Landesverband Sachsen and the Medical Clinic and Polyclinic I of the University Hospital Dresden.
We are looking forward to three insightful and exciting days and the exchange with you.
With kind regards
PD Dr. med. Thomas Illmer
Oncology Group Practice, Dresden
Marcus Rönitz, MD
Practice for Hematology and Oncology, Bad Schlema
Prof. Dr. med. Christoph Röllig
Medical Clinic and Polyclinic I, Dresden University Hospital
Radisson Blu Park Hotel & Conference Centre
DSHO23 Early Bird | All Inclusive until 03.06.2023 | 3 days including full board | € 99,00
DSHO23 All Inclusive from 03.06.2023 | 3 days including full board | € 180,00
DSHO23 Day ticket | from 03.06.2023 | 1 day including full board for any day | € 99,00
DSHO23 Booking directly on site | on the day of the event | 3 days including complete catering | from 01.09.2023 | € 220,00
DSHO23 Pharma | All inclusive | Employees of pharmaceutical companies | 3 days including complete catering | € 500,00
DSHO23 Pharma | Day ticket | Employees of pharmaceutical companies | 1 day including full board for any day | € 200,00
DSHO23 Student | Only on presentation of student ID | € 0,-
The registration fee includes
Admission to the lectures
Admission to the exhibition
Refreshments and meals as required
Dinner on Friday, 01.09.2023
Overnight stay Radisson Blu Radebeul:
You can book your overnight stay at the event hotel Radisson Blu Parkhotel Radebeul as part of the registration.
Single room: € 115,00 / night
Double room: € 135,00 / night
Please note: This event will only be held in German. All presentations, discussions and documents will be presented/written in German.
Friday, September 1, 2023
13:30 - Welcome
Tumors in the CNS
13:45-14:10 Ilker Y. Eyüpoglu, Dresden
Is there progress in the therapy of glioblastoma?
14:15-14:40 Daniel Heudobler, Regensburg
Brain metastases - always irradiate immediately?
15:00-15:25 Uwe Platzbecker, Leipzig
Low-risk MDS: transfusions only?
15:30-15:55 Katharina Götze, Munich
What to do in 12% blasts?
The other focus: future of hemato-oncology
16:15-16:40 Martin Wermke, Dresden
Cellular therapies in oncology:
CAR-T cells in solid tumors and new cellular treatment approaches.
16:45-17:10 Jakob Nikolas Kather, Dresden
Case Seminar Diffuse Large B-NHL
17:45-18:10 Gerhard Held, Kaiserslautern, Germany
Will R-CHOP remain the standard after all?
18:15-18:40 Bertram Glaß, Berlin
Therapy sequencing in relapse and when which immunotherapy?
Keynote: Narrating monkeys
19:00-20:00 Friedemann Karig, Berlin
Myths, lies, utopias - how stories determine our lives
PD Thomas Illmer, MD
Joint Clinic Hematology and Oncology
Arnoldstraße 18 · 01307 Dresden
Dr. med. Marcus Rönitz
Clinic for Hematology and Oncology
Am Kurpark 11
08301 Bad Schlema
Prof. Dr. med. Martin Bornhäuser
Prof. Dr. med. Gunnar Folprecht
Dipl. Psych. Beate Hornemann
Dr. med. Anke Kröcher
Dr. med. Moritz Middeke
Dr. med. Stephan Richter
Prof. Dr. med. Christoph Röllig
Prof. Dr. med. Johannes Schetelig
PD Dr. med. Ulrich Schuler
Dr. med. Katja Sockel
Dr. med. Karolin Trautmann-Grill
Dr. med. Ulrike Ubbelohde
Prof. Dr. med. Martin Wermke
Carl Gustav Carus Dresden
at the Technical University of Dresden
Medical Clinic and Polyclinic I