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“The transition from academia to industry can be intimidating”: Career insights...

"Toto, we’re not in academia anymore…" …this was one of the first sentences I said when I walked into my new office in Boston, USA,...

Interview with Pezcoller Foundation-EACR Translational Cancer Researcher Award Winner Andrea Ablasser

Professor Andrea Ablasser of the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne (EFPL), Switzerland, is the first winner of the Pezcoller Foundation-EACR Translational Cancer...

Interview with Pezcoller Foundation-EACR Rising Star Award winner Sam Behjati

Sam Behjati is the winner of the first Pezcoller Foundation-EACR Rising Star Award, which celebrates a cancer researcher who has the potential to make...

Interview with Pezcoller-Marina Larcher Fogazzaro-EACR Award winner Karen Vousden

Karen Vousden is the winner of the first Pezcoller-Marina Larcher Fogazzaro-EACR Women in Cancer Research Award, which celebrates a cancer researcher who has demonstrated...

AI-driven PD-L1 scoring in lung cancer: an interview with Liesbeth Hondelink

Liesbeth's research focuses on developing a deep learning AI algorithm, or an AI model, for the automated scoring of PD-L1 in non-small cell lung...
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From EACR Member to EACR President: Interview with Edit Oláh

Prof. Dr. Edit Oláh is a former EACR President and has been an EACR member for 46 years. We interviewed Professor Oláh about the history,...

Alberto Bardelli on what it’s like to ‘trend’ on Pubmed

PubMed is the leading search engine for biomedical literature, comprising more than 27 million citations for biomedical literature from MEDLINE, life science journals, and...

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