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Hybrid Workshop 2024 in Chile on "Radioresistance"

Save the Date

© DKFZ, Ina Kurth

With this hybrid workshop we would like to celebrate our very successful cooperation in Medical Physics over the past 15 years together with our local partners, the Pontifical Catholic University of Chile (UC) and the Clínica Alemana de Santiago de Chile (CAS). Since 2009 the topic "Medical Physics" is part of the project "Centers of Excellence in Research and Teaching" at the Heidelberg Center Latin America (HCLA) in Santiago de Chile which is funded for 15 years by the German Academic Exchance Service (DAAD).

More information about the workshop follows soon. Please do not hesitate to contact us in advance. We can add you to the list of interested people to get all relevant information. Thank you!

Fact and Features

Topic: Radioresistance from an experimental/proclinical point of view (subject to change)

Date: April 23rd 2024 (afternoon in Chile)

Speakers: confirmed speakers from German Cancer Research Center (DKFZ), Pontifical Catholic University of Chile (UC) and Clínica Alemana de Santiago de Chile (CAS)

Mode: hybrid event with online access via Zoom and on-site participation in Chile

Language: English


The program will be available online soon.


Prof. Oliver Jäkel & Dr. Ina Kurth

Prof. Oliver Jäkel, PhD

Head of the Division of Medical Physics in Radiation Oncology at the German Cancer Research Center

Ina Kurth, PhD

Head of the Morszeck Service Unit for Preclinical Trials in the Division of Radiooncology / Radiobiology at the German Cancer Research Center

Course Leaders

Prof. Espinoza Bornscheuer & Prof. Sanchez Nieto
© UC

Prof. Ignacio Espinoza Bornscheuer, PhD

Program Leader of the Master's Course "Medical Physics" and Professor in Medical Physics at the Physics Faculty of the Pontifical Catholic University of Chile (UC)

Prof. Beatriz Sanchez Nieto, PhD

Professor in Medical Physics at the Physics Faculty of the Pontifical Catholic University of Chile (UC)


Main Entrance of the HCLA

The workshop takes place as hybrid event at the following venue: 

Heidelberg Center Latin America (HCLA)
Las Hortensias 2340
Providencia, Santiago de Chile

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Anna Moshanina, Marcel Schäfer, Dr. Simone Barthold-Beß

The workshop is co-organized by UC and DKFZ. Please feel free to contact us at DKFZ by email to if you have any questions.

Organizing Team at DKFZ

Anna Moshanina, Dr. Simone Barthold-Beß, Marcel Schäfer
Division of Medical Physics in Radiation Oncology

German Cancer Research Center
Im Neuenheimer Feld 280
DE-69120 Heidelberg, Germany

Phone: +49-6221/42-3481

Financial Support

The symposium is financially supported by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) with funds from the German Federal Foreign Office (AA).



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