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From Receptors and Kinases to Transcriptional Regulators: Cancer Genome Landscapes and their Therapeutic Targets

The team leaders of the LBI-CR welcome many leading cancer researchers in Seggau (image: courtesy P. Look)

Final meeting of the Ludwig Boltzmann Institute for Cancer Research (LBI-CR) within a historic landscape 

We  are  grateful  to  our  partners  and  sponsors  for  enabling  an  impressive  scientific programme with many outstanding international colleagues. The entire staff of the LBI-CR is looking forward to many  fruitful  discussions  and  would  like  to  highlight  that  the  generosity  of  the sponsors  has enabled  us  to  include  many  junior researchers  to  participate  in this meeting.  

LBG Weinherbst

At the LBG Weinherbst, the annual networking even of the LBG for the science and research community on October 11, 2017 the Ludwig Boltzmann Gesellschaft introduced two new research teams focusing on mental health of children of parents suffering from mental disorders.

AustroMetabolism 2017 Workshop

The event "AustroMetabolism 2017" on 28 September 2017 in the CeMM brings together researchers from all over Austria with a focus on the research area metabolism in the biomedical context. This workshop will discuss the latest research topics related to metabolism with the aim of establishing a common networking platform.

LBI-CR Annual Meeting

The LBI-CR organises its anual meeting and invites its partners and scientific advisory board for a scientific review of its research programme and review of its progress in recent months.

Tentative programme:

Wednesday, 2.11.2015:

Internal LBI-CR Scientific Review
Ludwig Boltzmann Institute for Cancer Research, Waehringerstrasse 13a,

·     14:30     Poster session for students and SAB, guided by F. Grebien

·     17:00     Parallel session:

•                  LBI-CR students meet SAB

Antrittsvorlesungen MUW

Am 22. September um 17.30 Uhr halten Emilio Casanova-Hevia, Professor für Transgene Modelle in der Krebsforschung, Lukas Kenner, Professor für Labortierpathologie, und Richard Moriggl, Professor für Translationale Methoden in der Krebsforschung, ihre Antrittsvorlesungen an der MedUni Wien. Die drei Stiftungsprofessuren der Ludwig Boltzmann Gesellschaft stärken die Krebsforschung an der MedUni Wien. Programmdetails finden Sie in der mitgesendeten Einladung.