The HERCULES project is orgazing a symposium on high-grade serous ovarian cancer research on May 8, 2019, open to everyone working on or interested in the topic. More information and registration link at the symposium website.
The project video is now in YouTube, you can watch it here.
We are looking for a postdoctoral researcher to work for the project in the field of Computational Systems Medicine, at the Institut Pasteur, Paris. See the full job ad and application instructions here. Job posted on May 18, 2018.
University of Cambridge is now officially a new partner in HERCULES, and taking over the tasks of Karolinska Institutet. The project amendment was approved on March 13, 2018. The change in partners is due to relocation of Jussi Taipale, the Principal Investigator in charge of the gene regulation studies in the project.
The project blog offereing a glimpse behind the scenes of the research in the consortium has now been published at https://herculesovca.blog/
Preliminary results by the HERCULES consortium will presented in several posters at the Addressing Critical Questions in Ovarian Cancer Research and Treatment meeting organized by the American Association for Cancer Research in Pittsburgh, US, October 1-4, 2017.
Sampsa Hautaniemi's research group at the University of Helsinki, Finland, has open positions for a postdoctoral researcher and a doctoral student. For application details, please see the job advertisement.
The HERCULES project is inviting tenders for Next Generation Sequencing services. Please see the Invitation to tender, and Attachment 1; Price information, Attachment 2; Service specifications, and Attachment 3; Content of the Services for further information.
May 8 is the World Ovarian Cancer Day. The purpose of the day is to increase knowledge of the disease and to promote earlier detection. For more information and ways to participate in the social media go to: http://ovariancancerday.org/
The kick-off meeting of the project was held in Helsinki, Finland, on January 18-19, 2016.
The HERCULES project has received approximately 6 million euros for five years from the European Commission Research and Innovation Program Horizon 2020. The project started on January 1,2016.