Cancer Stem Cells Working Group
The Cancer Stem Cell Working Group (CSCWG) is an informal circle of OIST researchers and students with a shared interest in cancer stem cells and relevant associated topics: cancer heterogeneity, treatment resistance, metastasis, development of new therapies and technological challenges. CSCWG members meet every two weeks to present new data, discuss about new ideas, papers, protocols that might be of interest for CSC research.
Contact: Guillaume Vares (Sugawara Unit)
CSC Working Group Meetings are held every 2 weeks on Wednesdays, 10:00-11:30
The Advanced Medical Instrumentation Unit and the Cancer Stem Cell Working Group (CSCWG) would like to invite you to two seminars given by Pr Claire Rodriguez-Lafrasse and Anne-Sophie Wozny from Lyon University.
Wednesday, March 8
Meeting room A613, Lab 2, Level A
Nikhil Bhalla (Shen Unit)
Nano biosensors for the detection of CSCs
Seminar "Small molecule inhibitors of cancer stem cells identified through target-based and cell based screening" (Yamamoto U.)
Dr Watanabe from RIKEN will give a seminar about targeting cancer stem cells (invited by Cell Signal Unit - Pr Yamamoto) on February 1st at 2pm (there won't be a regular CSCWG meeting morning meeting on that day).