CRIG research @ the movies
Upon request by the Foundation against Cancer, we brought some science to the 'Levensloop' event in Ghent (27-28 April 2019), to show to the visitors and teams of the event where the money for cancer research goes to. We decided to make short (2-3 minutes) movies in which CRIG researchers explain their work in layman's terms (in Dutch). After a successful preview on 'Levensloop', we now gradually release them via social media. And here, on our own 'cinema page', you can watch all released movies.
Big thank you to the people who contributed!
De ene wekedelentumor is de andere niet
Suzanne Fischer of the Lab for Experimental Cancer Research implants tumour pieces of patients in mice to model their cancer and find the most optimal treatment. Why? Suzanne explains!
Over cavia's en asperges. En wat die met kanker te maken hebben.
The lab of Prof. Pieter Van Vlierberghe performs research on different leukemia types. In one of their projects, they investigate whether guinea pig asparaginase is a valuable alternative for the bacterial asparaginase used in the clinic today.
Hobbit voor verlengde ademhalingsstop bij borstkankerpatiënten
Hans Van Hulle is part of the breast cancer radiotherapy team of Prof. Liv Veldeman. He explains why they train patients to hold their breath during radiotherapy.