Many NMI researchers at the 3R conference in Tübingen

More than 20 NMI scientists took the opportunity to attend the major The3R Länd conference in Tübingen over the past three days (May 21-23). They presented their work in posters, talks and keynote speeches and contributed to the conference by moderating. The result: lots of new, exciting information as well as valuable exchanges with familiar and new contacts.

Two NMI lectures

Peter Loskill, professor at the University of Tübingen and group leader at the NMI, opened the third day of the conference with a keynote speech and gave an exciting overview of the diverse work of the Tübingen 3R Center.

Shortly afterwards, NMI scientist Julia Alber presented her work on marker-independent imaging of the interaction between tumor tissues and immune cells. With their work, she and her colleagues want to enable patient-specific in vitro testing and then predict which therapy would be best for precisely this person with the disease.

Almost 200 sicentist from Europe, the USA and Egypt joined the conference.

Thanks for the organization of the successful conference go to the 3R-Center Tübingen, a joint institution of the NMI and the University of Tübingen.

More about the 3R-Länd conference here:

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