Fête Noël at Café Pointu.
A new summarizing review in regard of CXCR4 immune cell orchestration, its potential for therapy and imaging is published now:
We welcome Alexandra in our research group. With her as an experienced radiopharmacist our team is complete for '21 and we will be ready to take off for the following year(s) to present you first exclusive insights of our results.
Check out our most recent publication concerning hybrid tracers in radioguided surgery:
Having a great week in Göttingen at the #EMIM2021 - first in person conference this year for our group. Now heading back to the lab with new impressions and creative ideas.
Our research group is growing. We have the pleasure to welcome Lennard as PhD student in our team. We wish him a successful scientific start in Lausanne.
We welcome Radmila as Postdocrotal Fellow at Agora. With her previous experience in the field of radiochemistry, she will be a great addition in our research team.
We’re starting into 2021 with very good news: Our collaborative Grant proposal « PREDICT » (co-investigators: Prof. Vincent Zoete, Prof. Niklaus Schaefer) has been accepted by the San Salvatore Foundation and will receive funding for 2021-2023 !
Proud to announce: Our collaborative Oncosuisse Grant proposal « RADIATION » (co-investigators: Dr. Steven Dunn, Dr. Melita Irving, Prof. Vincen Zoete) has been accepted and will receive funding for 2021-2023 !
We recommend the recently published review of Professor Magret Schottelius addressing the role of CXCR4 in cancer:
We gratulate Prof Magret Schottelius for the new promising publication:
A clinical study performed with [99mTc]Tc-PSMA I&S is accessible now:
Finally! The first important step is accomplished. We now have a fully equipped laboratory, and this milestone is celebrated with a classical Swiss Apéro. The lab is now officially ready for synthesis and first preclinical experiments.
Thanks to all those who have supported us!
A new publication highlights an underestimated preclinical issue:
We welcome Severin as new member in our research team. With his previous experience as a radiochemist, he will be a great asset to establish our research group. Finally, we wish him a pleasant scientific start in Lausanne.
First equipment arrives, our lab grows now from day to day - and we will be soon ready to cook (synthesize) :)
We welcome Sebastian as new PhD candidate in the TRS research group and whish him a pleasant scientific start in the new lab!
The TRS (Translational Radiopharmaceutical Sciences) research group is established and ready to get started under the expertise of Prof. Dr. Margret Schottelius.