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PanCare at IRCCS Giovanni Paolo II

PanCare colleague Prof. Beck, University Erlangen, presented on ‘Psychological Impairments and Late Effects in Children and Adolescents with Cancer’ at IRCCS Giovanni Paolo II, 29 May 2014.    

4th PanCareLIFE General Assembly Meeting

Members of the PanCareLIFE consortium met in Mainz, Germany at the 4th PanCareLIFE General Assembly Meeting, held 18 – 19 May 2015. We discussed our progress to date and made plans for data collection, transfer and harmonization. Work on all the sub-projects (fertility impairment, ototoxicity and quality of life) is well underway.

Upcoming Event: 3rd Congress of European ORL-HNS

PanCareLIFE researcher Jarmila Kruseová will give a lecture (‘European Project Pan Care LIFE – Ototoxicity as a Late Effect of Cancer Treatment’) at the 3rd Congress of European ORL-HNS in Prague. The congress runs from 7 – 11 June 2015. For more details and registration information, visit: www.europeanorl-hnsprague2015.com

PanCareLIFE and PanCareSurFup partners publish ‘Childhood cancer survivor cohorts in Europe’

A new publication from PanCareLIFE and PanCareSurFup partners about ‘Childhood cancer survivor cohorts in Europe’ has been published in Acta Oncologica. The paper presents an overview of the current large, national and pan-European studies of late effects after childhood cancer, in particular the EU-funded collaborative research projects PanCareSurFup and PanCareLIFE. The large cohort studies described in the […]

PanCareLIFE to GPOH and German RISK Group, Hannover

PanCareLIFE researcher Dr. AG Calaminus from UKM presented PanCareLIFE at the GPOH Principal Investigators Meeting held 12-13 March 2015 and at a symposium on late effects after radiotherapy in childhood cancer for the German RISK-Group held from 13-14 March. Both events were held in Hannover, Germany. Dr. Calaminus also participated in the GPOH Working Group on […]

EMC researcher awarded EJHG 2015 Award

Dr. Broer of EMC has been awarded the European Journal of Human Genetics (EJHG) 3rd prize 2015 for her manuscript entitled ‘Meta-analysis of telomere length in 19 713 subjects reveals high heritability, stronger maternal inheritance and a paternal age effect‘. Congratulations!