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Molecular Oncology Lecture Series WS 2019/2020

Project leaders contribute to Elite Master Human Biology Program

14.10.2019 – 08.02.2020

Open invitation from the Elite Master Program in Human Biology – Principles of Health and Disease

The master's Molecular Oncology lectures are open to all interested students, doctoral researchers and postdocs affiliated with the SFB.

Mondays, from 10:30-12:00 in the BMC, room N02.017

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28.10.19 Christian Klein, Roche
Engineering Bispecific Antibodies for Combination Cancer Immunotherapy

04.11.19 Ulrich Mansmann
Data, Knowledge, and Decisions

11.11.19 John James, Warwick
Using reconstitution and optogenetics to improve new cancer therapeutics

18.11.19 Manja Meggendorfer
NGS and AI in diagnostics: a new era in hematology?

25.11.19 Marion Subklewe
From Molecule to Therapy – On the Road to Individualized Immunotherapy of Cancer

02.12.19 Eckhard Wolf
Genetic strategies to overcome immune rejection in pig-to-primate xenotransplantation

09.12.19 Felix Meißner
„What we can learn from social cellular immune networks about the regulation of inflammation.”

16.12.19 Oliver Weigert
Translational Genetics in Lymphoma: Towards Risk- and Biology-Adapted Treatment Strategies

23.12.19 Klaus Metzeler
Game of Clones - Clonal hematopoiesis and pre-leukemia

13.01.20 Dirk Busch
Adoptive T cell therapy

20.01.20 Dietmar Zehn
Mechanisms of T cell differentiation in chronic infection and malignant tumors

27.01.20 Karsten Spiekermann
Clonal evolution of hematopoietic neoplasms

03.02.20 Christoph Klein
What can we learn from children with rare diseases of the blood and immune system about cancer?