At the BSIO Award Symposium, the winners of our Female Independence and Mini-Lab Awards will share their outstanding work in exciting presentations.
The BSIO Female Independence Award aims to support young women in science working in the field of cancer research, who have recently established their own laboratory or are transitioning from a postdoc to a group leader.
The BSIO Mini-Lab Award aims to support young scientists working in the field of cancer research, who demonstrate high productivity and independence with an ambitious academic prospect.
We hereby cordially invite you to the symposium presentations and look forward to inspiring discussions.
The event will take place in person.
The "3-G" rules apply and a medical mask is mandatory insight the Audimax during the symposium.
Please allow 20 to 30 minutes for waiting at the entrance to the clinic premises. As a Charité external (without a Charité service card), you must prove that you meet one of the "3Gs" (tested, vaccinated or recovered) when entering the premises.
When? September 29, 2021
Where? Audimax at Forum 3, Charité - Universitätmedizin Berlin, Campus Virchow-Klinikum (CVK), Berlin, Germany.
Registration: Registration in advance by email to bsio@ is desirable, as room capacity is limited. charite.de
Registration fee: 0 €
|16:00 - 16:30
|16:30 - 16:40
|Female Independence Awardees
|16:40 - 17:10
|Dr. Stefanie Grosswendt - "Cellular states in development and cancer”
|(Chair: Kimberly Hartl)
|17:10 - 17:40
|Dr. Soulafa Mamlouk - “Patient specific evaluation of tumor evolution in colorectal cancer”
|(Chair: Ajay Mohan)
|17:40 - 18:00
|Inmaculada Martínez Reyes, PhD - “Metabolic networks in tumor immunity”
|(Chair: Laura Grunewald)
Dr. Stefanie Grosswendt investigates how the transcriptional configurations of “cell states”, determine cell function in development and cancer at Berlin Institute of Health, Charité, BIMSB/Max Delbrück Center.
She develops strategies to analyze cells within their tissue context and identify the communication events responsible for specific cellular decisions and behaviors.
Dr. Soulafa Mamlouk investigates the evolution of resistance to cancer therapy in colorectal cancer at the Institute of Pathology of the Charité.
She uses evolutionary concepts to study cancer progression and resistance under selective pressure, such as during cancer therapy.
Inmaculada Martínez Reyes investigates in the Laboratory of Prof. Thomas Blankenstein at the Max Delbrück Center for Molecular Medicine metabolic pathways involved in driving immune suppression or exhaustion within the tumor microenvironment.
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