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  • Two young SCC researchers receive SSMF scholarships [Swedish]

    [14 Aug 2019] Elin Bernson and Ganesh Vilas Shelke from Sahlgrenska Cancer Center are two of the three young researchers who receive a scholarship from Swedish Society for Medical Research (SSMF). Each of the researchers receive 850 000 Swedish crowns for full time research during a two year period.

  • SCC researchers publish two papers in the scientific journal Cell [Swedish]

    [28 Jun 2019] Martin Bergö och Volkan Sayin at Sahlgrenska Cancer Center talk about their research, which shows new results regarding the basic understanding of the spreading of lung cancer. This Swedish study as well as an American study (where Sayin is co-author as well) show that the lung cells use antioxidants to increase use and uptake of sugar and therefore spreads within the body. This opens up to new strategies of lung cancer treatments.

  • Alexander Hallner from Sahlgrenska Cancer Center received Thesis of the year award [Swedish]

    [28 May 2019] AWARD. Alexander Hallner from Sahlgrenska Cancer Center was one of the seven who received the award Thesis of the year 2018 from Sahlgrenska Academy. All seven awardees held short presentations about their thesis and received diplomas and flowers from Sven Blad, representative from Dr Arnt Vestbys Forsknings-Stiftelse, and Agneta Holmäng, dean of Sahlgrenska Academy.

  • Gothenburg Cancer Meeting 2019 - Cancer researchers attend a wide-ranging meeting in Gothenburg

    [14 May 2019] CONFERENCE. The first Gothenburg Cancer Meeting (GCM2019) was held between 6th-7th of May. The meeting was organized by Sahlgrenska Cancer Center at Wallenberg Conference Centre, Medicinareberget in Gothenburg.

  • Anna Martner receives Senior Investigator Award from Swedish Cancer Society

    [25 Mar 2019] Anna Martner at Sahlgrenska Cancer Center receives Senior Investigator Award from the Swedish Cancer Society. This award means that her salary will be financed during six years and Martner is the fifth researcher from University of Gothenburg to receive this position. At the moment her research group is working with preparing a clinical study, which may contribute to a better treatment of pancreas cancer.

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