We are happy about the report of a publication by Alberg et al. in "Small" on "www.advancedsciencenews.com"
Congratulations to our colleague Prof. Ugur Sahin and coworkers for their publication "An RNA vaccine drives immunity in checkpoint-inhibitor-treated melanoma" in "Nature"
We are happy about our contribution to the topic: "Nanoparticles to activate the immune system"
We were also encouraged by the Covid 19 crisis to leave our comfort zone and to turn our meeting into an online conference call.
Congratulations to Prof. Dr. Matthias Barz who took up a professorship at the University of Leiden click here for more information. Therefore Dr. Lutz Nuhn will take over the representation of young scientists on the board. Furthermore, Dr. Mustafa Diken has been appointed to the board to strengthen the clinical translation.
“Tumor mouse models and in vivo translation”
Institute of Molecular Biology, University of Brussels
“The tumor immune compartment: from single-cell analysis to nano-body-based targeting”
Department of Materials Engineering, University of Tokyo
“Supramolecular Nanomedicine for Targeting Intractable Tumors”
Department of Molecular Imaging and Theranostics, University of Tokyo
National Institutes for Quantum and Radiological Science and Technology (QST)
"Versatile higher ordered structures of pDNA-block copolymer complexes and their application as gene delivery system"
R&D @ Procter & Gamble
Chemistry / Examination Room (Deanery FB09) Johannes Gutenberg University, Mainz
Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA
"Therapeutic Delivery of Hydrogen Sulfide: Small Molecules, Polymers and Materials"
Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research, Staudinger Lecture Hall, Mainz
„Nanomedicine – Is there more than tumor targeting?”
followed by a Symposium of the Collaborative Research Center 1066.
"Drug discovery and development in Immuno-Oncology, from checkpoint inhibition to the tumor microenvironment"
Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research, Staudinger Hörsaal, Mainz
University of Aachen
"Translational concepts for diagnostics and therapeutic nanomedicines"
University Medical Center Mainz, Hautklinik, Geb 401, UG, Hörsaal Langenbeckstr. 1, Mainz
Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf e.V., Dresden
"Immuntherapie mit UniCAR T Zellen"
An event with participation of the SFB 1066. Find the programm here.
Chinese University of Hong Kong
"Quantitative Study of Effects of Free Cationic Chains on Gene Transfection in Different Intracellular Stages"
Topas Therapeutics, Hamburg
"Peptide loaded nanoparticles can induce antigen-specific tolerance by a liver based mechanism"
Centre for BioNano Interactions (CBNI), University College Dublin, Ireland
"Has nanoscale therapeutics durable scientific foundations?"
This symposium brings together top-class interdisciplinary talks, exciting discussions and an informative poster session. More info...
Event of Mainzer Research Alliance
"Human and Medicine"
15th Science Market 2016
NanoBiotechnology Laboratory, Australian Centre for Blood Diseases, Monash University, Melbourne, Australia
"Combination of enzymatic ligation and click chemistry for imaging tracer and antibody-drug-conjugate assembly"
Department of Radiology & Program in Molecular Pharmacology, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, New York, NY
"Click-Chemistry Methods for the Improved Visualization and Treatment of Cancer"
Department of Molecular Cell Biology and Immunology, VU University Medical Center Amsterdam, Amsterdam
"Nanotechnology for the design of dendritic cell targeting cancer vaccines"
This international symposium was co-organized by the CRC 1066, Johannes Gutenberg University, Max-Plank-Institute for Polymer Research and Fraunhofer ICT-IMM, Mainz. The program and list of speakers can be found here.
Institute for Organic Chemistry, Johannes Gutenberg University, Mainz
"Carbohydrates and their mimetics for cellular recognition"
Institute of Molecular Biology, IMB Mainz
"Superresolution Light Microscopy of cellular Nanostructures"
Vice President RNA Protein Replacement Therapy, BioNTech RNA Pharmaceuticals GmbH, Mainz
"mRNA for protein replacement therapy"
Sojo University, Japan
first discoverer of the EPR effect
Methods and reports on the topics of "Chemical Ligation" (linking of functional units to polymers) and "Nanoparticles and the Immune System". Every member of the integrated research training group presents a poster on her/his research.
The summer school program can be found here.
An overview on this topic is presented by Prof. U. Alexiev (FU Berlin), Prof. U. Nienhaus (KIT), Prof. T. Lammers (RWTH Aachen), Dr. H. Schieferstein (JGU Mainz), Dr. Reuter (TRON Mainz).
This two-day workshop at Exeter University (UK) brings together leading nanomedical researchers and scholars from Science and Technology Studies to reflect and discuss the past, present and future of nanomedicine.
List of lectures...