“We have underestimated the complexity of cancer.”
Anton Berns doesn’t sound like someone who is about to stop working. The 74 years old professor in Molecular Genetics talks with great enthusiasm about new technologies which, according to him, will drive the progress in cancer research the coming years.
28 May 2019
Learnings from the Oncode Colorectal Cancer workshop
To enhance the link between fundamental research and unmet needs in the clinic, Oncode is organizing a series of interactive workshops throughout the year. On Thursday 23 May we kicked off with the first one, focusing on colorectal cancer.
Open Science: quicker access and more transparency
Oncode Investigator Bas van Steensel (NKI), is one of the Open Science advocates within Oncode Institute. Not a topic that is high on everyone's priority list, but that makes Bas extra passionate to explain the importance of it, and – not in the least – why researchers can benefit from it.
Fundamental science, clinical testing and a sharp mind for market opportunities: at Oncode we bring it all together to create impact for patients.