The Munich School of BioEngineering is inviting join on April 2nd 2020 for the first MSB symposium around the topic “BioEngineering meets Oncology” and to use the opportunity to meet colleagues, to learn from each other, and to develop ideas for cooperation.
The program will include a series of talks, a poster session and plenty of time for discussions. The symposium will have an open format: the talks and the poster session will take place at the same time and the participants will be able to move freely between the seminar room and the poster presentations.
- Franz Pfeiffer, Professor of Biomedical Physics and Director of the MSB
- Tatiana Flisikowska, Staff Scientist at the Chair of Livestock Biotechnology at TUM
- Oliver Hayden, Holder of the Heinz-Nixdorf-Chair for Biomedical Electronics
- Julia Herzen, Professor of Physics of Biomedical Imaging
- Marcus Makowski, Director of Radiology at TUM/Klinikum rechts der Isar
- Gabriele Multhoff, Professor of Experimental Radiooncology and Radiation Biology at TUM
- Jürgen Ruland, Professor of Clinical Chemistry and Pathobiochemistry and Director of the Institute of Clinical Chemistry and Pathobiochemistry at TUM
- Wolfgang Weber, Professor of Nuclear Medicine at TUM and Director of the Department of Nuclear Medicine at Klinikum Rechts der Isar
- Wilko Weichert, Professor of Pathology and Director of the Institute of Pathology at TUM
Venue: Munich School of BioEngineering, Boltzmannstraße 11, 85748 Garching b. München
1:00 pm – 1:30 pm: Coffee and cookies
1:30 – 2:00 pm: Franz Pfeiffer: Welcome and first talk
2:00 – 6:00 pm: Scientific program: Talks, poster session, discussion, coffee
6:00 pm: Beer and pretzels
For up-to-date information please visit the webpage http://www.bioengineering.tum.de/symposium/ . A detailed program and timetable will be available soon and will be published on that website and sent to registered participants via email.
Registration: Please register for the symposium before 20 March 2020 at https://eveeno.com/MSB_Symposium .
Please pass this invitation on to other interested scientists. Doctoral students are encouraged to present their work in a poster.