The new BIOQIC program from May-October 2022 is now available and includes special events such as the 6th colloquium at Charité Virchow Campus with social event, a canoe trip, relay run, and the yearly BIOQIC Days end of September at the Inselhotel Potsdam. Click this post to see the program.
BIOQIC seminars are each Tuesday from 16-17 h on MS Teams Date Time Presenter 11/01/22 16-17h Simone Hufnagel & Dr. Christoph Kolbitsch – Journal Club 18/01/22 16-17h Dr. Sarah Spreckelmeyer – Career and project overview 25/01/22 16-17h Felix Krüger & Dr. Sebastian Schmitter – Journal Club 01/02/22 16-17h Charité Welcome Center –…Details
New research in Germany shows that changes to the mechanical properties of cells can cause a brain tumour to become malignant. Josef Käs of the University of Leipzig and Ingolf Sack of the Charité-Universitätsmedizin Berlin and colleagues have shown that a brain tumour is a unique material and its spread is driven by physics as well as biomechanics. Using…Details
BIH QUEST Null Results AWARD goes to BIOQIC-associated Ph.D. student, Helge Herthum for his publication “In vivo stiffness of multiple sclerosis lesions is similar to that of normal-appearing white matter”! Congratulations to Helge and the co-authors of the publication!
New BIOQIC-associated publication from SFB ‘Matrix in ‘Vision! “Added Value of Tomoelastography for Characterization of Pancreatic Neuroendocrine Tumor Aggressiveness Based on Stiffness’ – Congratulations to all authors! https://www.mdpi.com/2072-6694/13/20/5185
It is a pleasure to announce Simone Hufnagel as the new member of the BIOQIC , Gender and Equality for All’ (GEFA) committee. Together with Edengenet Mashilla Dejene, Simone will be representing the 2nd cohort in our activities. We kindly welcome Simone on board!
We are proud to announce that, Prof. Ingolf Sack and Dr. Jing Guo have been awarded the ‘Innovation Award’ of the German Society for Biomedical Engineering (DGBMT) and Family Klee Foundation for Tomoelastography. The prize is endowed with 10,000 euros. We congratulate Prof. Sack and Dr. Guo for their success!