Women & Science: Advancing Cancer Research - Elisa ten Hacken

Join our first seminar in the Women & Science series

We are pleased to host Elisa ten Hacken in the Women & Science Series, a collaboration with SFB 1399. The event gives insights into the scientific work as well as into the various career paths of the lecturers. Everyone is warmly invited to join a networking session with Elisa ten Hacken after the talk.


Dr Elisa ten Hacken is Assistant Professor in the Division of Hematology and Medical Oncology at the Weill Cornell Medical College. Her lab seeks to understand the molecular etiology of chronic lymphocytic leukemia and Richter's syndrome through the generation of novel in vitro and in vivo disease models. 


Who: Elisa ten Hacken, PhD, Weill Cornell Medicine

When:  Tuesday, 16 April, 1 pm

Where: CIO, building 70, seminar room 3, ground floor

Topic:  "Understanding CLL and Richter’s syndrome biology through mouse models of human genetics"


This is a hybrid event. Should you not be able to attend in person, you can register for the online meeting here: https://uni.koeln/VG8PG