News and Events
With the aim to transfer knowledge and expertise between partners in NEXT_LEVELProject, the first workshop is organized by the University Medical Center Groningen (The Netherlands). The workshop is focused on the AGO2-immunoprecipitation (AGO2-IP) procedure and data analysis. AGO2-IP followed by microarray or next-generation sequencing detection of RNAs is an excellent tool to unravel the whole spectrum of transcripts targeted by miRNAs.
Lecture entitled 'Multi-OMICS analysis in MYC-translocated leukemias and lymphomas: from B-cell development to biomarkers' took place.
Recruitment to the project activities has launched. It includes application to the following activities: workshop held in UMCG, short study visits, and incoming to IHG PAS exchange. Details on website.
The Soft Skills Seminar entitled ‘Experiments with the use of laboratory animals - is it so difficult? Practical, ethical and legal aspects of working with laboratory animals’ will be organized on 20th April 2021(more…)
The lecture entitled 'Unusual expression pattern of the negative NF-ĸB regulator miR-181a and its role in classical Hodgkin lymphoma' took place.(more…)
New articles on T-cell acute lymphoblastic leukemia in children (T-ALL) prepared within project partnership are now available(more…)
Every year, on February 4th, the World Cancer Day takes place. It is a global uniting initiative aimed at raising awareness and improving education in the field of cancer.
First visiting lecture (online) within WP2 will take place on 9th February, 2021. Lecturer: professor Arjan Diepstra, UMCG, University of Groningen, title: 'Biology of B-cell lymphoma'
The NEXT_LEVEL project has launched on 1st January 2021!
‘AGO2-IP procedure and data analysis’,
UMCG, The Netherlands
8th June 2021
Multi-OMICS analysis in MYC-translocated leukemias and lymphomas: from B-cell development to biomarkers
Professor Reiner Siebert, Ulm University
May - June 2021
Recruitment of participants to project activities
20th April 2021
Soft skills seminar
‘Experiments with the use of laboratory animals – is it so difficult? Practical, ethical and legal aspects of working with laboratory animals’
Marta Kuczeriszka, PhD, Mossakowski Medical Research Centre Polish Academy of Sciences, PAS
16th March 2021
‘Unusual expression pattern of the negative NF-ĸB regulator miR-181a and its role in classical Hodgkin lymphoma’
Professor Maciej Giefing, Institute of Human Genetics PAS
9th February 2021
‘Biology of B-cell lymphoma’
Professor Arjan Diepstra, UMCG, University of Groningen
19th January 2021
Kick off Meeting
1st January 2021
Start of the project