Events

September, 03. 2014

Cologne Cancer Club Speaker: Dr. Patrick W. B. Derksen, assoc. Professor UMC Utrecht, Dept. of Pathology, Netherlands

Title: Loss of cadherin-based cell-cell contacts and the regulation of breast cancer progression

July, 18. 2014

CRU-286 Internal Meeting CP1 - Büttner/Kreuzer/Nürnberg/Schweighofer - Central diagnostics, genomics and biobanking

Carmen schweighofer, Reinhard Büttner, Karl Kreuzer and Peter Nürnberg will give an update on the progress within their work package. Wine and cheese will be served. All postdocs, students and technicians are welcome.

June, 18. 2014

Cologne Cancer Club Speaker: Prof. Inke Näthke, PhD Cell & Developmental Biology, University of Dundee

Title: Changes in tissue and cellular organisation at early stages of colon cancer

June, 06. 2014

CRU-286 Internal Meeting RP6 - Büning/Hallek -Targeting of Toll-like receptor and B-cell receptor signaling for the treatment of DDR-defective, chemo-resistant CLL

Hildegard Büning and Michael Hallek will give an update on the progress within their work package. Wine and cheese will be served. All postdocs, students and technicians are welcome.

April, 24. 2014

CRU-286 Internal Meeting RP5 - Pallasch/Wunderlich -Characterization of the DNA damage response downstream of tonic PI3-K and AKT signaling via B-cell receptor and PLAG1-dependent autocrine growth factor stimulation in the pathogenesis and therapy of CLL

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.

April, 17. 2014

Advanced lecture series - Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia and DNA damage response New CCL treatment options – a perspective view

Christian Reinhardt will introduce current concepts in modern day CLL therapy. In addition, he will discuss novel concepts in CLL therapy.

April, 10. 2014

Advanced lecture series - Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia and DNA damage response Animal Models used in cancer research

Thorsten Hoppe and Thomas Wunderlich will introduce model organisms commonly used in modern day cancer research.

April, 03. 2014

Advanced lecture series - Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia and DNA damage response The B-cell receptor pathway, a new therapeutic target

Christian Pallasch will introduce the B-cell receptor and re-wired signaling pathways downstream of the B-cell receptor as a molecular target in chronic lymphocytic leukemia.

March, 27. 2014

Advanced lecture series - Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia and DNA damage response DNA damage and innate immunity

Elke Pogge von Strandmann will focus on the interaction between cancer cells and the different components of the innate immune system.

March, 20. 2014

Advanced lecture series - Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia and DNA damage response The Immune System and Cancer

Hildegard Büning will introduce the molecular mechanisms that govern the reciprocal interaction between cancer cells and the different components of the immune system.