10 million euros for young cancer researchers

July 05, 2018

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The Centre for Integrated Oncology (CIO) Köln/Bonn receives one of the five new " Mildred-Scheel-Nachwuchszentren" with which the German Cancer Aid (DKH) aims to keep cancer research in Germany fit for the future. CIO Köln/ Bonn will hence receive two million euros per year for five years, this money will be available to the young cancer scientists for their research over the next five years. The funding is intended to provide promising young researchers with the best possible working conditions and to improve the compatibility of family and career.

The CIO Köln/Bonn is the only location in North Rhine-Westphalia that qualified for DKH funding. 

Prof. Dr. Nicolas Wernert, Dean Medical Faculty of the University of Bonn, lauded the opportunities the award will bring to cancer research and ImmunoSensation: "This approval will sustainably strengthen oncology research at both locations, especially in Bonn, through the research contributions of the ImmunoSensation cluster of excellence”.

Read the full article here, in German.