Urological cancers

Theme leader: Tom Scheenen 

Research aims to identify and evaluate the utility of new biomarkers and imaging techniques for risk, diagnostic, prognostic and predictive assessment in prostate, bladder and kidney cancer. Additionally, it is aimed to evaluate new and existing prevention and treatment modalities in these types of cancer. Synergistic multidisciplinary research collaborati on, from molecular life sciences to population sciences, is the tool to keep the theme's focus on 'utility' for the patient and/or public health.

 

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Next theme events

Mar 16 - Mar 16
Graduation: Maximilian WiesmannVascular risk factors and Alzheimer’s disease. Therapeutic approaches in mouse models
Mar 27 - Mar 27
Cancer Immunology and Immunotherapy meetingTopic: Tumor microenvironment
Mar 30 - Mar 30
Radboud Research Rounds Plus: Prof. Reinhard JahnRadboud Research Rounds Plus: Prof. Reinhard Jahn

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