The range of projects selected as part of an international peer review process once again covers the entire spectrum of sciences – from natural sciences to life sciences and medicine to humanities, social sciences and cultural studies. For its implementation, the OeAW is providing a total of 19.3 million euros from funds from the Federal Ministry of Education, Science and Research, the National Foundation and the MAX KADE Foundation.
The DOC, DOC-team, APART-GSK and APARTMINT programs for young researchers provide financial support for research projects in the natural and technical sciences, life sciences and medicine, as well as in the humanities, social sciences and cultural studies.
The award winners at the Center for Cancer Research:
Magdalena Frank [DOC]
The Impact of Stromal Architecture on Immunotherapy Resistance in Human Colorectal Cancer
Carola Nadine Jaunecker [DOC]
Dissecting and Targeting Mechanisms of Cell Immortalization in Lethal Ependymoma Subtypes
Carmen Stecher [APART-MINT]
T Cell Clonotypes, Positioning and Hallmarks of Senescence in Human MSS Colorectal Cancer