EUROPEAN NETWORK OF BREAST DEVELOPMENT AND CANCER LABS
 
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:: LINKS TO WEBSITES ON BDC ::
:: PREVIOUS ENBDC MEETINGS ::
     April 2009: program - pictures
     April 2010: program - pictures
     April 2011: program - pictures
     April 2012: program - pictures
     April 2013: program - pictures
     May 2014: program - pictures
     April 2015: program - pictures
     May 2016: program - pictures
     March 2017: program - pictures
     March 2018: program - pictures
 
:: CONVERSATIONS WITH KEY FIGURES IN MAMMARY GLAND BIOLOGY AND CANCER ::
 
:: BREAST TISSUE BIOLOGY (PATHOLOGY) WORKSHOP 2018 ::
 
:: JOB OFFERS ::
- PhD position in precision medicine for breast cancer metastasis through functional proteomics, University of Manchester, UK
- PhD student position - Profiling 3D Chromatin topology with high-throughput super-resolution microscopy in breast cancer, University of Trento, Italy
- Postdoc position - Profiling 3D chromatin topology changes during breast cancer progression, University of Trento, Italy
- Post-doctoral fellow in Breast Cancer Phosphoproteogenomics at the Centre for Biotechnology, University of Turku: Turku, Finland
- Postdoctoral position - Gene Expression Laboratory, The Salk Institute for Biological Studies - USA
- Postdoctoral Position in cancer metabolism and immunology, Department of Biomedicine, Basel, Switzerland
- Postdoctoral position in cell and computational biology, University of Southampton, UK
 
:: Twitter: @enbdc
 
Initiative supported by:
FMI
 
DBM
 
University Hospital
Our goal is to foster interactions between labs working on mammary gland development and cancer worldwide.

In order to facilitate joint funding applications for European specific grants, we are identifying European research groups working in this field and listing their coordinates and areas of interest/expertise in this section.

You also will find a list of labs working in this field, job offers, upcoming events and some mammary gland biology and breast cancer links.

We hope you'll find this initiative useful for your research and encourage you to contribute to its development.

We are pleased to welcome as new ENBDC committee members: Christina Scheel (Germany), Beatrice Howard (UK), Alexandra Van Keymeulen (Belgium), Zuzana Koledová (Czech Republic), and Walid Khaled (UK). Gabriela Dontu, Giusy Bonizzi and John Stingl left the committee. We thank them for their contributions to the success of the ENBDC.

Committee: Momo Bentires-Alj (CH), Rob Clarke (UK), Marina Glukhova (FR), Eva Gonzalez Suarez (ES), Beatrice Howard (UK), Nancy Hynes (CH), Richard Iggo (FR), Jos Jonkers (NL), Walid Khaled (UK), Zuzana Koledová (CZ), Marja Mikkola (FI), Salvatore Pece (IT), Lone Rønnov-Jessen (DK), Christina Scheel (DE), Matt Smalley (UK), Therese Sørli (NO), Torsten Stein (UK), Renee van Amerongen (NL), Alexandra Van Keymeulen (BE), Maria dM Vivanco (ES), Leonie Young (IE).

Contact: Xiomara Banholzer.

:: Eleventh Annual ENBDC workshop ::
Methods in mammary gland biology and breast cancer
May 16-18, 2019 - Weggis, Switzerland
ENBDC Chair: Zuzana Koledova, Marasyk University, Brno, Czech Republic
Co-Chair: Alexandra Van Keymeulen , Faculty of Medicine, Brussels, Belgium
Postdoc Chairs: Vida Vafaizadeh (University of Basel, Switzerland)
and Emilia Peuhu (University of Turku, Finland)

- Hotel information - Directions - City Information
 
2018 ENBDC Workshop prize winners

This year's DeOme Award was given to Sara Pensa (University of Cambridge).
The two best posters were Milica Vulin, Departement of Biomedicine and Emilia Peuhu (not on the picture), University of Turku.

 
 
The ENBDC DeOme prize is awarded yearly to the best abstract and short talk of the ENBDC meeting. "Kenneth DeOme was a pioneer and giant in the area of mammary gland biology, especially premalignant disease. As a scientist, he was innovative and persevering. He created important methodology that is still used today for studying mammary gland development and premalignant progression. As a mentor, he was always available to his students and encouraged the pursuit of new ideas and approaches. As an international leader he led the US efforts to repair the European mammary research infrastructure following the war. This effort ultimately led to formation of the International Association for Breast Cancer Research. He was a man of integrity and compassion. We, his students, stand on his shoulders in advancing the science and lessons he taught us. Dan Medina and Robert Cardiff.



Prize winners:
2016: Colinda Scheele (Hubrecht Institute, The Netherlands)
2017: Bjoern von Eyss (Fritz Lipmann Institute, Germany)
2018: Sara Pensa (University of Cambridge, UK)
 
  :: UPCOMING EVENTS :: RSS Feeds ENBDC Upcoming Events
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Committee Members:

Momo Bentires-Alj
Momo Bentires-Alj
Rob Clarke
Rob Clarke
Eva Gonzalez Suarez
Eva Gonzalez Suarez
Marina Glukhova
Marina Glukhova
Beatrice Howard
Beatrice Howard
Nancy Hynes
Nancy Hynes
Richard Iggo
Richard Iggo
Jos Jonkers
Jos Jonkers
Walid Khaled
Walid Khaled
Zuzana Koledova
Zuzana Koledová
Marja Mikkola
Marja Mikkola
Salvatore Pece
Salvatore Pece
Lone Ronnov-Jessen
Lone Rønnov-Jessen
Christina Scheel
Christina Scheel
Matt Smalley
Matt Smalley
Therese Sorlie
Therese Sørlie
Torsten Stein
Torsten Stein
Renee Van Amerongen
Renee Van Amerongen
Alexandra Van Keymeulen
Alexandra Van Keymeulen
Maria dM Vivanco
Maria dM Vivanco
Leonie Young
Leonie Young
 
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