PhD Student in cancer invasion research - CT0321
The Cytoskeleton and Cancer Progression (CCP) group belongs to the Department of Oncology, whose activities focus on the cellular and molecular mechanisms of tumor progression using a wide range of cutting edge technologies, including genomic, transcriptomic and proteomic analyses, and in vitro and in vivo imaging modalities as well as state of-the art animal models for cancer research. The CCP group focuses on actin regulatory proteins and related signaling pathways driving tumor cell invasion and immune evasion, with the goal to identify new prognostic markers and therapeutic targets (see our webiste). We combine biochemistry, cell biology, reversegenetics and advanced live-cell imaging approaches as well as mouse models of breast cancer metastasis.
15 March 2021 01:00 PM
GOOD CLINICAL PRACTICE - Professional courses: How to write a clinical research protocol for a successful project
03 March 2021 03:00 PM
WEBINAR: Lecture series Infection & Immunity: "SARS-CoV-2 caused Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome in Children (MIS-C)"- Prof Dusan Bogunovic
12 May 2021 06:00 AM
45th GRELL ANNUAL CONFERENCE - From 12th to 14th MAY 2021- The National Cancer Registry of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg and the LIH have the great pleasure to invite you to attend the virtual 45th GRELL Annual Conference on cancer epidemiology and cancer research of one of the oldest cancer epidemiology associations worldwide (www.grell-network.org)
Internship in Obesity & Digital Health (Master students) - TBHS0221
To be part of a research project of the “Nutrition & Health Research Group” (Group Leader: Dr. Torsten Bohn) within the Department of Population Health at the LIH, we are currently looking for a Master student in Obesity & Digital Health.
25 February 2021 11:00 AM
WEBINAR: Lecture series Cancer Research: "Translating the Science of Gliomas: Current Concepts & Future Challenges" - Prof Colin Watts
21 January 2021 11:00 AM
WEBINAR: Lecture series Infection & Immunity: "Antigen-speciﬁc CD4 T cell responses in humans: SARS-CoV-2 and beyond"- Prof Alexander Scheffold
Spontaneous application 2021
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