The Norwegian Radium Hospital, The Research Building
Annual plan CanCell
CYS has invited Pina Kingman to hold an online workshop on Science Illustrations
We are very happy to present Thomas Meila as our next CanCell invited speaker. He is Associate Professor in Cell Biology at Yale University. Prior to his talk we will feature a young shot talk by CanCell's own Matthew Ng from the Autophagy group.
CanCell is excited to present a Zoominar from Effie Apostolou, asssitant professor at Weill Cornell Medical College, US.
How can scientific research inform us on optimal diet and lifestyle in order to live long and healthy lives?
We are pleased to announce a CanCell seminar with Matthew Vander Heiden from Koch Institute. Vander Heiden is an Associate Professor in the Department of Biology, and Associate Director of the Koch Institute at MIT, as well as a member of the Broad Institute. He is a practicing oncologist and instructor in Medicine at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute / Harvard Medical School. We will also introduce Kia Wee Tan as Young Shot from CanCell.
CYS will arrange the first workshop of 2021. It will focus on what to keep in mind when you want to write an excellent grant proposal.
We are very happy to present Sara Sigismund from IFOM, Milano, Italy who will hold a Zoominar on Friday February 19. Her lab studies the molecular mechanisms governing endocytosis and signaling of the epidermal growth factor receptor (EGFR), and how their alteration contributes to cancer development. Her lab also explore how endocytosis promotes breast cancer plasticity which promotes aggressiveness and metastasis.
We kick off 2021 with the General Meeting - where we will present the plans for the year, new seminar group and the new CanCell young scientists (CYS).
Dear all CanCell members
The last CanCell seminar this year is virtually arranged on Zoom the 16th of December from 14-16.
The next CanCell seminar scheduled for Friday November 27th at 14:00 hrs. This seminar will be held on Zoom.
Invited Speaker: Claus Jørgensen, Systems Oncology Group Leader, Cancer Research UK Manchester Institute
Introducing 'young shot' talk:
Nathalia Chica, Cancer Molecular Medicine, CanCell, UiO & Department of Molecular Cell Biology, ICR, OUH: "Genome-wide regulatory landscape of autophagy dynamics in budding yeast".
We will hold the Annual CanCell Retreat 2020 at Quality Hotel 33. This event is for members and invited only.
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. Some of the participants have outlined two challenges they encountered when moving away from academia, which we hope will trigger some questions from you.
Read the participants’ biographies carefully and come prepared for this event! Half of the event is based on Q & A, and this will only be successful if the audience participates. We hope you are able to make the best of this opportunity!
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. His talk is titled: "Aspects of 3D genome topology during differentiation" and will be preceded by flash talks from our junior grant recipients.
CanCell is investing in technologies for advanced genetic manipulation, and is currently facilitating a centre-wide collaboration effort on the preparation and execution of pooled CRISPR screens. This workshop will focus on exposing some of the newest technologies available in the centre, and to explore and discuss novel ideas, setting seeds for potentially new and exciting projects amongst the young scientists in the CanCell.
CanCell will host an online seminar with professor Andrea Ballabio from Telethon Institute of Genetics and Medicine of Pozzuoli. Maja Radulovic, CanCell will give a Young Shot talk prior to Ballabio's presentation.
The seminar will be arranged online on Zoom.
Our user panel have graciously agreed to give individual feedback on Cancer Society and Helse Sør-Øst Open Call applications for preregistered applicants* among CanCell scientist.
Ragnhild Eskeland is organizing the Fourth Epigenetics Symposium, which is postponed due to the COVID-19 outbreak. CanCell is coorganzing this event, and it will be open for CanCell members.
We have invited César Serrano from Vall'd Hebron Institute of Oncology (VHIO), Barcelona, and are delighted to have him speak at the second CanCell seminar in 2020. We are also happy to present Heidi Maria Namløs as Young Shot speaker prior to César's talk.
Title: Deciphering the crossroads of KIT oncogene in gastrointestinal stromal tumor
The CanCell Young Scientists (CYS) have the immense pleasure of inviting you to our second workshop Thursday, February the 27th, on the topic:
Rigorous scientific methodology:
from data quantitation to hypothesis testing and model inference
We are honored to present Professor Marta Miączyńska from The Laboratory of Cell Biology, International Institute of Molecular and Cell Biology, Warsaw, as the first speaker of the CanCell seminars for 2020.
The title of her talk is: Inflammatory signaling from endosomes in cancer cell biology
CanCell will greet the new year with a general meeting with all members of CanCell where plans and activities for 2020 will be presented
The User Panel representing several cancer patient groups will visit CanCell Tuesday December 17th.
CanCell members are invited to participate in a Writing Course held by Åsmund H. Eikenes. The main aim is science blogs.
Welcome to the next CanCell seminar scheduled for Tuesday 12th of November at 12:00 hrs (new time) with Thomas Vaccari, Department of Biosciences, University of Milan, Italy
Welcome to the next CanCell seminar scheduled for Thursday 7th of November at 13:00 hrs with Professor Jesper Olsen, Quantitative Proteomics Mass Spec group, Novo Nordisk Foundation Center for Protein Research, University of Copenhagen, Denmark