SCIENCE@DKFZ - The DKFZ Internal Seminar

SCIENCE@DKFZ

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SCIENCE@DKFZ is a monthly internal seminar series and forms a regular platform for presenting the cutting-edge research going on at our center. It aims at increasing the dissemination of scientific results generated at the DKFZ and NCT in Heidelberg. Each edition will feature a comprehensive lecture by a DKFZ division head or alternatively two lectures by junior group leaders. These speakers will also give a general overview of their research field. In addition, recent DKFZ publication highlights will be presented as flash talks. In each edition and over each half-year long season, all six research programs of the DKFZ will be covered, with the goal to show not only the excellence but also the bandwidth of research performed at the DKFZ.

Each season is hosted and chaired by one of the six research programs. Colleagues from the Heidelberg Campus are warmly welcomed to all events.

Upcoming SCIENCE@DKFZ Virtual Event

Science@DKFZ

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The second session of this season's SCIENCE@DKFZ lecture series has been scheduled for October as hybrid event online and in the DKFZ lecture hall.

Tuesday, November 2nd at 4 pm with keynote lectures by Sandrine Sander and Federico Canzian.

Before and after the keynotes young scientists will present outstanding recently published publications.

Online Participation Link to take part via Webinar:
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83959302012?pwd=ZXkyVXVPa0xHUU9ESTFCRjlQblZyUT09

Webinar-ID: 839 5930 2012

Required registration to attend on-site in the DKFZ lecture hall (places are limited):
https://indico.dkfz.de/e/SCIENCEatDKFZ-December


Program:

1. Fabio da Silva - Mitotic WNT signalling orchestrates neurogenesis in the developing neocortex

2. Janhavi Raut - A microRNA panel compared to environmental and polygenic scores for colorectal cancer risk prediction

3. Joao Seco - Radiation therapy in a FLASH - Keynote

4. Isaac Quiros-Fernandez - Immunogenic T cell epitopes of SARS-CoV-2 are recognized by circulating memory and naive CD8 T cells of unexposed individuals

5. Soheil Rastgou Talemi - Dengue virus is sensitive to inhibition prior to productive replication

 

Everyone is welcome, registration is necessary only for attending on-site in the DKFZ lecture hall.

 

Program Season 04

4:00-6:00 pm, Zoom Online Seminar

Tue, 28 September:
Peter Lichter (FSP B) - Precision oncology: experiences and challenges in translating genomic information into clinical decisions

Thu, 21 October:
Michaela Frye (FSP A) - Targeting RNA modifications in cancer

Tue, 02 November:
Sandrine Sander (FSP D) - Modeling lymphomagenesis
Federico Canzian (FSP C) - Genetic susceptibility to pancreatic cancer

Wed, 08 December:
Joao Seco (FSP E) - Radiation therapy in a FLASH​

Thu, 20 January:
Hans-Reimer Rodewald (FSP D) - Probing the rate limitation of a cancer driver mutation

Wed, 09 February:
Angelika Riemer (FSP F) - Developing a therapeutic vaccine against HPV-induced malignancies

 

Jointly organized by the DKFZ Research Programs (FSPs)

Season Chairs: Members of the FSP B – Functional and Structural Genomics

 

Contact the Organizers

 

Poster Season 04

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Poster Season 04
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