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Expert-led conference insights from the 2021 ASCO Annual Meeting and EHA 2021


Panel discussion: FL/DLBCL

Recorded Thursday 17th June 2021

Please join Prof. Dr. Marion Subklewe (Gene Center, Munich, Germany) and an esteemed panel of experts for a webinar where the key data and findings from the CAR-T cell therapy in FL/DLBCL scientific sessions presented at the 2021 ASCO Annual Meeting and EHA 2021 congresses are discussed.


Section Title

0:00 – 2:45


2:46 – 17:03

Real-world evidence

17:04 – 28:50

Real-world data in DLBCL: infections, G-CSF and response to COVID-19 vaccination

28:51 – 41:46

CAR-T cell updates from ZUMA and ELARA trials

41:47 – 54:34

Novel CAR-T design

54:34 – 1:07:57

‘Off-the-shelf’ therapies

Program chair.

Prof. Dr. Marion Subklewe

Gene Center, Munich, Germany

Marion Subklewe is Head of the Laboratory for Translational Cancer Immunotherapy at the Gene Center, Munich and Professor of Internal Medicine at Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich, Germany. She studied medicine at University Hospital Tübingen and completed her postdoctoral fellowship at Rockefeller University in New York.

Professor Subklewe is current Head of the Immunotherapy Program in Haematology and the CAR-T Program at University Hospital Munich, Founder and Speaker of the national “Harmonize MRD Flow” Consortium and member of the ELN Working group on MRD. She is also active in clinical research and has been Principal Investigator in 3 I-IT trials in AML and ALL, as well as in over 30 oligo- and multicentric Phase I trials in leukaemia and lymphoma. In recognition of her work, Professor Subklewe has received numerous honours and awards including the EHA Educational Presentation and ASH Abstract Achievement Awards.


Prof. Irit Avivi, MD

Tel Aviv Institute of Hematology and Bone Marrow Transplantation,
Tel Aviv Medical Center


Prof. Marie José Kersten, MD, PhD

Amsterdam UMC


Dr. Reuben Benjamin, MBBS, FRCPath, PhD

King’s College Hospital, London


Dr. Reuben Benjamin is a hemato-oncologist with expertise in CAR-T cell therapy. He trained at University College Hospital, London, and was a visiting investigator at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, New York, where he undertook research in CAR-T cells for leukemia and myeloma. He currently oversees the CAR-T cell programme and plasma cell disorder service at King’s College Hospital, London, and leads a research group focused on allogeneic CAR-T cells for hematological malignancies.

Dr. Maeve O'Reilly, MD

University College London Hospital


Dr. Maeve O'Reilly is a T-cell Immunotherapy Consultant at University College London Hospital (UCLH). UCLH has a large T-cell Immunotherapy department with an expanding portfolio of academic and commercial T-cell clinical trials. Dr. O’Reilly has completed an MD (Res) at University College London. Her research focused on the optimization of CAR-T cell manufacture, T-cell apheresis for the UCL academic CAR-T clinical trials and clinical service development for the delivery of T-cell immunotherapy.


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