CCBIO Seminar – Sebastian Marwitz
Velkommen til CCBIO-seminar med Sebastian Marwitz fra the Lung Research Center, Borstel, Tyskland. Dette er et digitalt møte, så du kan delta fra hvor du enn befinner deg. Åpent for alle.
Speaker: Sebastian Marwitz, PI at the Lung Research Center in Borstel, Germany
Title: A pathway and spatial biology approach to NSCLC
Time: October 28 at 14.30
Place: Digital event in a Zoom webinar. Link to join Webinar as audience: https://uib.zoom.us/j/61399295455?pwd=a3BHR2VBQUxjOFdLckRZbHpyL3I2UT09
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Host: Donald Gullberg
Lung cancer is the leading cause of cancer-related death worldwide and many patients have despite recent developments an unfavorable prognosis which results in an ongoing need for new or combined therapeutic approaches targeting molecular pathways or cellular functions. The transforming growth factor beta (TGFB) pathway is pleiotropically involved in a multitude of processes at the cellular level and is considered as either pro or anti-tumorigenic, depending on the microenvironment and stage of carcinogenesis. The talk will be focused on TGFB signaling as well as spatial biology approaches in lung cancer.
- 2021: Principal Investigator at German Center for Lung Research; Spatial biology platform
- 2019: Scientist, Reseach Center Borstel – Leibniz Lung Center, Pathology
- 2018 – 2019: Visiting Researcher, Earle A Chiles Research Institute, Portland, OR, USA
- 2014 – 2018: Scientist, Reseach Center Borstel – Leibniz Lung Center, Pathology
- 2010 – 2014: PhD student, University of Lübeck
- 2008 – 2010: Msc, Christian-AlbrechtsUniversity Kiel
- 2005 – 2008: Bsc, University of Hamburg
Area of scientific interest: Pathway biology, spatial biology, cancer, lung diseases
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