Farzin Farzaneh, Professor of Molecular Medicine, Kings College London Having studied at universities of Aberdeen and Sussex, followed by a number of fellowships by Beit, EMBO and MRC, in UK and Holland, I Joined King's College London in 1985. I was appointed the founding head of the Department of Molecular Medicine in 1993. Was awarded a Personal Chair in Molecular Medicine in1996, elected to the Fellowship of the Royal College of Pathologists and to the Royal Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufacture & Commerce in 1997, and the Society of Biology in 2011. Having been a co-founder of the International Society for Cell and Gene Therapy of Cancer (ISCGT), I have served as its Secretary General 2001-2006, and its President 2007- 2008. I have published over 200 scientific papers and two edited books on the Functional Analysis of the Genome and Cancer Gene Therapy. I have also established and served as the director of a GMP facility at King’s College Hospital London since 2001, producing Investigational Medicinal Products (IMP) for cell, gene therapy and regenerative medicine clinical studies. I have been the European Editor for Experimental Biology and Medicine since 2006 and on the editorial and advisory boards of a number of other journals and biotechnology companies. Current research interests include the functional analysis of the genome, the study of immune biology of cancer and development of cancer immune therapy.