Guest lectures Monday March 12th

Marianne Koritzinsky and Daniel Zips

M. Koritzinsky
M. Koritzinsky

Department of Radiation Biology welcomes you to the following two guest lectures on Monday March 12th in Seminarrom 1, Institute for Cancer Research (FOBY) at 13.00 – 14.00 by professors Marianne Koritzinsky and Daniel Zips. Titles of their talks:

Koritzinsky: The unfolded protein response in cancer: oxygen sensor and therapeutic target

Zips: EGFR targeting as theragnostic approach

Marianne Koritzinsky, Ontario Cancer Institute, Princess Margaret Hospital, Toronto, Canada, and her group have provided important contributions to the understanding of how hypoxia in tumors may lead to an aggressive cancer disease and proposed novel strategies to handle the hypoxia problem in the clinic.

Daniel Zips, Department of Radiation Oncology, National Center for Radiation Research in Oncology, Dresden, Germany, and his group are in the front of the field of targeting therapeutics in radiotherapy and have been running a number of thorough preclinical and clinical studies with a particular focus on head and neck and lung cancer.

The lectures will be held on Monday 12 March, in Seminarrom 1, Institute for Cancer Research (FOBY) at 13.00 – 14.00.

Links

Marianne Koritzinsky home page

Department of Radiation Biology