Chaperon Newsletter No. 02/2021

T-cells as main actors in anti-tumor immunity

The long-suspected role of the importance of immunity in cancer has gained strong experimental support in the past decade. Infiltrating immune cells can function to control tumor growth or to help create an immunosuppressive environment in which the tumor can thrive. Immune surveillance by T-cells in human cancers is one of the key mechanisms of anti-cancer immunity.

Ph.D. Positions at the Biomedical Center

Students for the following Ph.D. study topics are sought in the doctoral study programme. Deadline for application is April 30 2021.


ERA Research Club

The Chaperon project invites you to an online course: Basics of graphics and image editing. April 28 2021, 13:00.

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ERA Chair Position for Excellent Research in Oncology

A project funded from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 856620.


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