Women in Science Symposium 2021

'Immunity and Cancer'

30 June & 01 July 2021   |   Virtual Event

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The 'Women in Science' Symposium, organized by the CRC 1335 'Aberrant Immune Signals in Cancer', will host female international leaders in the field of Cancer and Immunology. The symposium will provide insights into top-class research and especially aims at encouraging female scientists to pursue a successful career in academic research by demonstrating exemplary career paths of leading female role models. The symposium will be complemented by an exciting panel discussion between scientists and renowned experts in woman's rights.

The virtual symposium is free of charge.


Organizing team
Prof. Dr. Christina Zielinski
Dr. Maike Buchner
Dr. Silvia Thöne

Wednesday, 30 June 2021
1:30 pm - 6:00 pm

1:30 pm

Welcome


Prof. Dr. Christina Zielinski

Prof. Dr. Jürgen Ruland

Session 1 

Chair: Prof. Dr. Christina Zielinski

1:40 pm

Dr. Andrea Oeckinghaus
Ral GTPases in pancreatic plasticity and cancer development

2:10 pm

Prof. Dr. Claudia Waskow
(Re)generation of hematopoietic stem cells

2:40 pm
Inge Bell

Women in science - a gender perspective

                    

Break

Session 2 

Chair: Prof. Dr. Barbara Schraml

3:40 pm
Prof. Dr. Irmela Jeremias

CRISPR-Cas9 in vivo screens in patient-derived xenografts identify an immune-relevant metalloproteinase as novel vulnerability in leukemia

4:10 pm
Prof. Dr. Sabine Werner
Stromal-epithelial cross-talk in tissue repair and cancer


4:40 pm

Panel Discussion


Moderators
Inge Bell
Prof. Dr. Isabell Welpe

Panelists
Dr. Maike Buchner
Prof. Dr. Marion Kiechle
Prof. Dr. Percy Knolle
Prof. Dr. Heidi Möller



Thursday, 01 July 2021
9:00 am - 1:10 pm

Session 3 

Chair: Dr. Katja Steiger

9:00 am
Prof. Dr. Irmgard Förster

Environmental control of immune homeostasis and cellular metabolism by the AhR/AhRR pathway

9:30 am

Dr. Kathrin del la Rosa
ACE2 and antibody responses in severe COVID-19

10:00 am
Dr. Anna Obenauf

What does not kill it makes it stronger: Acquired resistance to targeted therapy confers cross-resistance to immunotherapy

                    

Break

Session 4 

Chair: Dr. Maike Buchner

11:00 am
Prof. Dr. Gabriele Bergers

The Yin Yang of the vascular and immune system in cancer

11:30 am
Prof. Dr. Maries van den Broek

Stromal-epithelial cross-talk in tissue repair and cancer

12:00 pm
Prof. Dr. Monika Wolkers

The intricate regulation of T cell responses by RNA-binding proteins

12:30 pm
Prof. Dr. Isabell Welpe
The role of unconscious bias in situations of anonymous accusations: what research organizations can do right or wrong?


1:00 pm

Outlook





The symposium will be held in a virtual format and is free of charge.

To register, please e-mail to sfb1335.med@tum.de(link sends e-mail).

Registration deadline is Friday, 18th June.