Bellen met CRIG...


CRIG’s mission is to bring researchers together to accelerate cancer research. The impact of the coronacrisis on this mission is huge, as is its impact on our professional and personal lives. Networking events and scientific symposia for researchers have been cancelled, as well as all outreach activities.

Therefore, also at CRIG, we try to find some new ways of communicating. As an example, we will try to bring recent research to the whole CRIG network by showcasing recent publications of CRIG researchers in an interview format. At least once per month, we will upload a new interview here.

Each interview has two parts, one of +- 10 minutes targeted at our own researchers and a smaller part of +-3 minutes made for all CRIG followers.

Here we list the shorter interviews. The longer ones can be found on the 'Calling CRIG...' page. 





In this first interview, Ruben Van Paemel tells about the promises of liquid biopsies in children's cancer.





Bert Dhondt tells us about his research on fascinating vesicles in the urine of prostate cancer patients.


Bellen met Annelies Coene over wat ingenieurs kunnen betekenen voor kankeronderzoek.

Bellen met Elien De Bousser over het belang van suikers in kanker immunotherapie.




Bellen met Hilde De Rooster over de meerwaarde van honden met kanker voor klinische studies.