Modelling and Targeting Pancreatic Cancer
In this lecture program we will present the state of the art knowledge of pancreatic cancer research. Top representatives of the respective research fields will give an overview of implications of their field of research with respect to pancreatic cancer pathogenesis, diagnosis, and treatment.
Module I and Module II take place alternately in the winter semester.
The lecture series is part of the MD/PhD program "Medical life science and technology" of the TUM Graduate School(link is external).
Anyone who is interested is very welcome! There is no registration required.
Klinikum rechts der Isar
Lecture room ward T1a (> site plan)
Short-term room changes may occur. They will be displayed on the homepage.
16:15 - 17:45
03.11.2020: Venous thromboembolism and extracellular vesicles (EV): a road to metastasis
10.11.2020: Intravital two-photon microscopy for PDAC analysis
17.11.2020: Circadian Clocks and Cancer
24.11.2020: Murine models of PDAC
01.12.2020: Generating and investigating large animal models of PDAC
08.12.2020: T cell-based Immunotherapies for PDAC
15.12.2020: Developmental Pathways and Cell of Origin
22.12.2020: Lipid metabolism and PDAC: From Mechanisms to Biomarkers
12.01.2021: Therapeutic Targeting of PDAC
19.01.2021: Data integration in the SFB 1321
26.01.2021: Irradiation of PDAC: From the clinical to mechanistic insights
02.02.2021: Radioimmunotherapy of PDAC
09.02.2021: Predicting drug sensitivity and resistance in PDAC
Clinic of PDAC for Scientists
Genetics of PDAC
Technics to Understand Epigenetic Aspects of PDAC
Role of inflammatory signalling pathways in PDAC
Plasticity in PDAC initiation and progression
Role of RNF43 in carcinogenesis
Role of the nerve system in PDAC biology
Mouse Models to dissect Immunopathways in PDAC
Innate Immunity in PDAC
Metabolism and PDAC
Diabetes and PDAC
Cachexia – Molecular Mechanisms and Therapeutic Consequences