Lecture Series

"Immune Cell Signaling in Cancer"


The lecture series is open to all PhD students and postdocs of the CRC 1335 and is integrated into the PhD program of the Medical Graduate School. In addition to becoming familiar with general concepts, you will have the chance to get insight into the latest developments of our CRC 1335 research.

The lectures take place in general every first Wednesday of the month at 4:30 PM and are currently held in virtual format. We will switch to an in-person/hybrid format as soon as the situation allows.

Please contact sfb1335.events.klinchem@med.tum.de(link sends e-mail) if you are interested in attending one of our online events. 

Upcoming Lectures


Past Lectures

12.01.2022
4:30 PM
Jan Böttcher
The role of dendritic cells in cancer immunology
02.02.2022
4:30 PM
Jürgen Ruland
Immune signals in T cell lymphoma
02.03.2022
4:30 PM
Simon Heidegger
Intercellular communication via Extracellular vesicles in the tumor microenvironment
06.04.2022
5:00 PM
Oliver Weigert
Translational genetics in B cell lymphomas
04.05.2022
4:30 PM
Julia Jellusova
The role of metabolites and metabolic enzymes in governing immune signaling in cancer
01.06.2022
4:30 PM
Maike Buchner
Immune cell signaling in chronic lymphocytic leukemia
03.08.2022
4:30 PM
Vanesa Fernández-Sáiz
Protein hemostasis in B-cell malignancies