• sense clinically
  • think mechanistically
  • act interdisciplinarily
  • treat innovatively

News

The BSIO Mini-Lab Award aims to support young scientists working in the field of cancer research. Eligible nominees are Berlin-based senior PhD students or postdocs who demonstrate high productivity and independence with an ambitious academic prospect. The awardee will receive a grant of 12,000 EUR to be used in acquiring laboratory equipment.

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The BSIO Female Independence Award aims to support young women in science working in the field of cancer research. Eligible nominees are Berlin-based female researchers who have recently established their own laboratory or are transitioning from a postdoc to a group leader. The awardee will receive a grant of 25,000 EUR to be used in supporting the new laboratory.

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BSIO has just opened social media channels: a Twitter profile, a LinkedIn profile, and a LinkedIn Group for current students and alumni.

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Out of 159 applicants, we selected 7 new graduate students. Some already embarked on their Ph.D. program, and some will join us starting 2021. We wish them the best of luck.

Update Feb 2021:  we recruited two additional students off the selection round.

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BSIO has adapted to the pandemic and now offers online seminars via Zoom. Please see examples under Events and Curriculum.

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The Molecular Cancer Research Center (MKFZ) and the Berlin School of Integrative Oncology (BSIO) host an international conference "Learning from the Yins and Yangs in Cancer" in Berlin on May 24/25, 2019.

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The Einstein Foundation Berlin has recognized the Berlin School of Integrative Oncology (BSIO) as an Einstein Doctoral Programme in 2019 honoring particularly well-structured doctoral programs at Berlin’s universities and Charité-Universitätsmedizin Berlin. The purpose of the award is to give the doctoral programs new financial leeway to promote junior researchers and further their structural development.

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