Introduction for biologists and bioinformaticians to the field of single-cell RNA sequencing
The SFB1399 central coordination office offers further virtual travel grants as well as travel grants in presence where appropriate.
SFB1399 will continue to support graduates and postdocs planning an exchange with our two partner Universities.
Our Lecture Series starts with Prof. Dr. Angelika Eggert. Please register!
As part of the Diversity Week 2021 of the University of Cologne the Equal Opportunity Officer invites to the film screening „Picture a Scientist“
Property rights, patent law & requirements for patentability
As of May 1, 2021, Silvia von Karstedt will take up the professorship for Dynamics of Cancer and Immune Systems, which is anchored in the Department…
SFB1399 Research group leader receives Professorship for Molecular Head and Neck Oncology at Cologne University Hospital
Iron-dependent cell death ferroptosis and cell death by oxidative stress can be activated in small cell lung cancer, and induced by two drugs -…
Follow up course to RNAseq data analysis with R and Bioconductor
The KidsBox offers everything that parents need when an important professional task makes it necessary to take the child to the office.
The SFB1399 central coordination office offers a Personal Career Coaching Program for female MD, PhD students and PostDocs.
How to create a science figure?
Conflict competence is a key dimension of personal and professional success.
Introduction to RNAseq data analysis with R and Bioconductor
The SFB1399 will continue a specific family support during the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic.
How to create vector-based graphics?
The SFB1399 provides workshops to develop assertive and self-confident communication strategies.
The SFB1399 encourages scientists to participate in the various courses and workshops.
The SFB1399 has developed a specific family support for PIs, PhD students and postdocs who have been affected by an acute family stress situation.
As part of the SFB1399, the central coordination office supports an exchange programme with our two partner Unis - Massachusetts Institute of…
The SFB1399 central coordination office offers a number of virtual travel grants this year.
The Collaborative Research Center 1399 has established an exchange programme for young scientists.
Keynote speaker: Prof. Dr. med. Saur (MRI München)
MYC paralog-dependent apoptotic priming orchestrates a spectrum of vulnerabilities in small cell lung cancer.
Mechanisms of Drug Sensitivity and Resistance in Small Cell Lung Cancer
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University of Cologne
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