Author Archives: Maciej Paszkowski-Rogacz

Master Switch for cancer immunotherapy identified

In the human body, cells are regularly transforming to early stages of a malignancy. These neoplasms are typically recognized and eliminated by immune cells. Only neoplasms that escape from the surveillance of the immune system develop into a clinically relevant … Continue reading

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Development of a powerful gene editing tool to correct a genomic inversion frequently found in Hemophilia A

Hemophilia A (HA) is the most commonly occurring inheritable deficiency of blood coagulation. Severely affected individuals suffer frequent spontaneous haemorrhaging, which can lead to chronic painful and debilitating arthropathies, hematomas, and potentially life-threatening internal bleeding. About 50% of severe HA … Continue reading

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Bridging funding gaps: MSNZ Clinical Fellowships

The Mildred Scheel Early Career Center P2 (MSNZ) is funding motivated scientists and medical doctors in translational oncology since 2019. Eleven research groups with more than 30 team members are being supported on campus so far. Five research groups are … Continue reading

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TU Dresden announces collaboration with Janssen to advance next-generation nuclease-free gene editing platform

Technical University (TU) Dresden (Germany) announced today that they have entered a research collaboration and license agreement with Janssen Pharmaceuticals, Inc., one of the Janssen Pharmaceutical Companies of Johnson & Johnson, under which they will develop novel therapies by using … Continue reading

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BMBF GO-Bio Award 2018

The start-up project “RecTech” of Prof. Dr. Frank Buchholz was nominated for the prestigious BMBF GO-Bio award in 2018 comprising a funding volume of over 3 million Euros within the first three years. The high competitive award was granted for … Continue reading

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