Anne Simonsen elected as new EMBO member
July 7, 2020 3:22 PM
Today, Anne Simonsen, co-director of CanCell and professor at Institute for Basic Medical Sciences was bestowed the lifetime honour of EMBO Membership . She and 62 other leading scientists was awarded this in recognition of their remarkable achievements in the life sciences. We extend our congratulations!
Romania-Norway grant awarded to CanCell research
July 2, 2020 7:00 AM
The grant application "Understanding Membrane Dynamics and their Implications for Cancer with Correlative Optical Nanoscopy and Artificial Intelligence" (MEDYCONAI), with Stefan Stanciu at the University of Bucharest as coordinator and Harald Stenmark at CanCell as project partner has been awarded support from the Romania-Norway EEA research programme.
Marina Vietri and co-workers in Nature Cell Biology: Uncontrolled membrane repair causes chromosome fragmentation
July 1, 2020 8:22 AM
In a recent paper in Nature Cell Biology, an international team led by scientists at CanCell and the Institute of Basic Medical Sciences shows that uncontrolled repair of micronuclear membranes causes chromosome shattering associated with cancer.
CanCell symposium with Philippe Collas
Aug. 20, 2020 2:00 PM
We are happy to invite Philippe Collas, professor at Institute for Basic Medical Sciences and associated member at CanCell to hold a digital seminar for CanCell on August 20th.
CYS: Alumni Day
Sep. 16, 2020 1:00 PM
CanCell Young Scientists has the pleasure to invite you to Alumni Day, an event where you can come and find out about opportunities outside of academia. With only 3% of PhDs that obtain professor positions, it is high time to discuss attractive possibilities away from this Institute and the University. We have invited a selection of scientists who will be able to answer your questions concerning how they got to where they are, with a focus on the transition process.
CanCell Seminar Fulvio Reggiori: "Title to be determined"
Sep. 25, 2020 2:00 PM
We will have a seminar with Fulvio Reggiori, professor at University Medical Centre Groningen (UMCG). His main expertise is autophagy, especially in yeast and in pathogen resistance.