/Z project

L. Hofbauer, Dresden

Central administration and tissue banking

The success of the SKELMET consortium strongly depends upon scientific exchange, integration and mentorship of young scientists and clinical investigators combined with equal opportunities and a family-friendly atmosphere, and access to a well-defined tissue bank. SKELMET intends to specifically develop the careers of female scientists by a professional mentoring/coaching program and by providing support for child care to facilitate the combination of science and family.
Clinical investigators are an integral part of the SKELMET consortium and assist with the translational process of basic science into preclinical and clinical applications. For more information on our gerok projects of the clinician scientists, please refer to the section "gerok". Finally, a well-defined tumor tissue bank that is accessible to all SKELMET members and their collaborators is crucial to validate basic findings in the human setting.


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