Events

February, 01. 2018

1st Cologne Symposium on DLBCL A focused mini symposium on DLBCL biology, mouse models and genotype-stratified therapeutic approaches

High-risk CLL remains a clinical challenge, even in the era of the novel targeted agents, such as ibrutinib, venetoclax and idelalisib. Particularly Richter transformation, which is a common presentation of relapsed disease after targeted therapy, remains very difficult to treat. In the second funding period of the KFO-286, we began to focus our efforts on characterizing high-risk CLL, as well as the discovery of molecular mechanisms of drug resistance and transformation. To further engage with the scientific community working on aggressive lymphomas and transformed disease, we organized the Cologne DLBCL Symposium. The first meeting takes place on February 1st in the new lecture hall of the Max Planck Institute for Aging Research in Cologne. We have assembled an illustrious list of confirmed speakers, as well as numerous poster presentations (Download Programme here).  The symposium is organized and co-funded by the KFO-286 (led by M. Hallek and C. Reinhardt) and the Center for Integrated Oncology Cologne-Bonn (CIO, speaker M. Hallek).

January, 19. 2018

CRU-286 Internal Meeting RP1 - M. Herling/B. Schumacher

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October, 15. 2017 – 17.10.2017

33rd Ernst Klenk Symposium in Molecular Medicine Tissue regeneration, wound healing and fibrosis: Translating basic concepts into regenerative therapy

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December, 08. 2016 – 10.12.2016

32nd Ernst Klenk Symposium in Molecular Medicine Precision oncology: Translating basic discoveries into patient survival

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July, 18. 2016 – 20.07.2016

Wahlpflichtblock Innere Medizin: Start in ein Wissenschaftliches Projekt in der Onkologie - am Beispiel der translationalen CLL Forschung (für Studierende ab dem - 1. Klin. Semester - Anmeldung über das KLIPS 2.0 System der Uni Köln erforderlich; Max. 10 Teilnehmer)

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March, 09. 2016

Cologne Cancer Club Speaker: Marcel van Vugt, PhD, University Medical Centre Groningen, The Netherlands

Title: Dealing with DNA damage throughout the cell cycle (Host: Christian Reinhardt)

March, 03. 2016

Cologne Cancer Club Speaker: Dr. David Wilson, National Institute on Aging, Baltimore, USA

Title: Role of DNA Damage and Repair in the Premature Aging Disorder, Cockayne Syndrome (Host: Björn Schumacher)

January, 27. 2016

Cologne Cancer Club Speaker: Prof. Kari Alitalo, Wihuri Research Institute, University of Helsinki, Finland

Title: Novel roles of lymphatics in the eye, the brain and in tumor metastasis (Host: Prof. Claus Cursiefen) - Joint Seminar with FOR2240

December, 17. 2015

CRU-286 Internal Meeting RP5 - Wunderlich/Pallasch

Christian Pallasch and Thomas Wunderlich will give an update on the progress within their work package. Wine and cheese will be served. All postdocs, students and technicians are welcome.

November, 26. 2015

CRU-286 Internal Meeting RP4 - Pogge von Strandmann

Elke Pogge von Strandmann will give an update on the progress within her work package. Wine and cheese will be served. All postdocs, students and technicians are welcome.