RTG 1739: Radiation Sciences

Full Ph.D. program title: 
DFG Research Training Group (RTG) on Molecular determinants of the cellular radiation response and their potential for response modulation.
Faculty: 
Medical Faculty
Graduate School of Biomedical Science (BIOME)
Centre for Medical Biotechnology (ZMB)
Affiliation: 
University of Duisburg-Essen
University Hospital Essen
Description: 

The aim of GRK 1739 is to achieve a better mechanistic understanding of the key molecules that determine the cellular response to ionizing radiation and thus radiation sensitivity with the goal of providing a scientific basis for effective response modulation.
In doing so, the program offers graduate students in the areas of biology, biochemistry and medicine the opportunity of obtaining a qualified multidisciplinary education and training in the basic, translational and clinical research aspects of the radiation sciences and biomedicine.

All events

20.11.2015 - 08:00 Medical Faculty's Research Day 2015

Scientific Conference

09.05.2015 - 09:00 BIOME Workshop - The Process of Drug Discovery

Workshop

25.02.2015 - 15:00 BIOME Workshop - Data Analysis and Biostatistics

Workshop

24.02.2015 - 17:00 Mechanisms of cancer cell invasion and metastasis

Lecture

10.02.2015 - 17:00 Strategies for genetic manipulation of model organisms

Lecture

05.02.2015 - 09:00 EACR Conference on Radiation Biology and Cancer: From Molecular Responses to the Clinic

Scientific Conference

27.01.2015 - 17:00 Principles of radiotherapy of solid tumors

Lecture

13.01.2015 - 17:00 Clinical Trial Center Essen

Lecture

09.12.2014 - 17:00 Risks and benefits of proton therapy

Lecture

28.11.2014 - 14:00 BIOME Workshop - Career Opportunities for PhDs in the Pharmaceutical Industry

Workshop

25.11.2014 - 17:00 Imaging Center Essen

Lecture

21.11.2014 - 09:00 Research Day 2014 at the Medical Faculty

Scientific Conference

11.11.2014 - 17:00 Cancer associated fibroblasts

Lecture

28.10.2014 - 17:00 New drugs

Lecture

14.10.2014 - 17:00 Epigenetic regulation of gene expression

Lecture

30.09.2014 - 17:00 Animal models for preclinical studies in oncology including modern imaging methods

Lecture

22.07.2014 - 17:15 Imaging Hypoxia

Lecture

09.07.2014 - 12:30 Functional analysis of Chromosomal Passenger Complex-Proteins in the interphase of normal cells

ZMB Lunch Seminar

03.07.2014 - 18:00 BIOME BBQ - CANCELLED

Annual Meeting

13.03.2014 - 10:00 RTG 1739 Radiation Sciences

Retreat

25.02.2014 - 17:15 Replication fork progression and genome maintenance

Invited Lecture

14.01.2014 - 17:15 Principles of radiotherapy of solid tumors

Lecture

10.12.2013 - 17:15 Paradigms of solid human tumors: Tumors in adults

Lecture

26.11.2013 - 17:15 Cellular Responses to DNA double-strand breaks

Invited Lecture

12.11.2013 - 17:15 Tumor stem cells

Lecture

05.11.2013 - 17:15 Title to be announced

Invited Lecture

15.10.2013 - 17:15 DNA damage response, genomic instability and cancer

Lecture

01.10.2013 - 17:15 Biological basis of combined chemo radiotherapy protocols

Lecture

30.07.2013 - 17:15 Cell death signaling, deregulation of death pathways and therapy resistance

Lecture

16.07.2013 - 17:15 Mechanisms of gene regulation by non - coding RNAs (incl. XRT)

Lecture

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