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Welcome to KICancer
KICancer is an open network for all Cancer Research at KI. Its particular aim is to improve interaction between groups, young scientists and research students within the area. A particular aim is to bring together important competence and knowledge from different disciplines such as cancer epidemiology, clinical research and molecular cell- and tissue biology.
A high number of diverse cancer related projects (in the order of 200) are pursued at KI. Although this research is pursued in more than half of KI's departments, the research is particularly concentrated to four constellations; 1) MEB at Campus, 2) MTC & CMB/Ludwig, 3) Dept of Oncology-Pathology, CCK & CMM and 4) Novum/HS including IMPI and Dept of Biosciences. The size of groups varies from 2-3 persons to large groups with several senior researchers.
Examples of areas which are strong or have sufficient critical mass at KI are cancer epidemiology, apoptosis and cell cycle, some aspects of signal transduction, cancer genetics, angiogenesis, infection & cancer, radiobiology, transplant treatment, breast cancer, lymphoma, endocrine cancer and melanoma & skin cancer.
On this site we list all research projects which are conducted by members of the network. The purpose is to give all research groups instant access to information about what other groups in the network are doing, to allow search for collaborations and methodological exchange. Another purpose is to give the KI management an easy overview on the current KI cancer research. The members will decide whether the data-base should also go public outside KI, and then it could be used for establishing contacts with companies and investors, including providing overviews for the KI-owned companies.
KICancer Retreat, September 30-October 1, 2013 at Djurönäset.
Deadline for registration is June 20, 2013, Check "Events" for more information.
Published on: 17-May-2013
Summer school Targeted Cancer Therapies
StratCan and ACT presentKarolinska Institutet Summer School on Targeted Cancer Therapies June 10-14, 2013 at Sandhamn.Scientific Committee: Galina Selivanova and Giovanna Zinzalla.Further information is available at http://ki.se/act
Published on: 06-Mar-2013
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