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MarrowQuant: a new digital pathology tool
A screenshot of MarrowQuant annotating a bone marrow trephine biopsy from a pati
Short news - 29 Sep 2020
Health - Life Sciences

Scientists have developed a digital pathology tool for quantifying bone marrow compartments in standard histological sections. Named "MarrowQuant", the software makes it possible to examine bone marrow biopsies as well as to re-examine historical collections of bone-marrow samples and even old clinical trials.
MarrowQuant: a digital pathology tool
A screenshot of MarrowQuant annotating a bone marrow trephine biopsy from a pati
Short news - 29 Sep 2020
Health - Life Sciences

Scientists have developed a digital pathology workflow for quantifying bone marrow compartments in standard histological sections. Named "MarrowQuant", this workflow based on the open source software QuPath makes it possible to examine bone marrow biopsies as well as to re-examine historical collections of bone-marrow samples and even old clinical trials.
PhD student position in Pediatric Oncology
Job Offer - 17 Sep 2020 [archive] - CHUV/UNIL - Lausanne
Life Sciences - Health
Tenure-track assistant professor for an associate professorship in comparative Public administration
Job Offer - 19 Jun 2020 [archive] - UNIL - Faculté des SSP - 1015
Politics - Administration
The next pandemic is coming, it's time to take the ecological crisis seriously
Short news - 25 May 2020
Environment - Health

126 Swiss researchers, including 6 from Eawag, want to draw the attention their Swiss compatriots to the scientific evidence showing the between the emergence of pandemics and human disturbance of the natural environment.
A new therapeutic target turns the immune system against lymphoma

News - 23 Apr 2020
Health - Pharmacology

EPFL scientists have identified a key mechanism that tumor cells use to take advantage of and avoid detection from the immune system. Targeting this mechanism offers a new therapeutic strategy for cancers like Non-Hodgkin lymphoma.
Professor in psychology of health - Qualitative approach
Job Offer - 10 Mar 2020 [archive] - UNIL - Faculté des SSP - Lausanne
Psychology
Professsor in health psychology - quantitative approaches
Job Offer - 10 Mar 2020 [archive] - UNIL - Faculté des SSP - Lausanne
Psychology
Countering therapy resistance in colorectal cancer News
Short news - 5 Feb 2020
Health - Pharmacology

A new treatment modality for colorectal cancers that do not respond to standard chemotherapy has been identified by Tatiana Petrova of the Lausanne Branch of the Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research and Michele De Palma of the EPFL.
Designing an emergency stop switch for immunotherapies
Bruno Correia, Sailan Shui, Pablo Gainza and Sandrine Georgeon© Alain Herzog / E
News - 3 Feb 2020
Pharmacology - Health

CAR T-cell therapy is a highly promising treatment strategy for tumors, but is associated with life-threatening side effects. Researchers at EPFL, UNIL and CHUV have developed a new way to "switch off" the therapy when a cancer patient's life is in danger, paving the way for safer immunotherapy approaches to target solid tumors.
2020 Youth Olympic Games: a testing ground for new technologies
Short news - 9 Jan 2020
Sport - Innovation

Almost 2,000 athletes aged 18 and under will descend on Lausanne and the surrounding area for the Youth Olympic Games. EPFL, in partnership with the University of Lausanne (UNIL) and Lausanne University Hospital (CHUV), will use this unique opportunity to test a series of technologies developed in the lab before bringing them to the general public.
Celebrating a vintage year in 2019
Short news - 30 Dec 2019
Life Sciences - Computer Science

EPFL held a series of events to mark its 50th anniversary throughout 2019. The past year also saw a host of scientific breakthroughs, ground-breaking initiatives, stunning achievements and notable wins.
NeuroRestore Center: aimed at restoring lost neurological function
© EPFL / Jamani Caillet
News - 5 Dec 2019
Life Sciences - Health

The Defitech Foundation has teamed up with EPFL, CHUV and UNIL to widen access to the groundbreaking neurotechnology developed under the 2018 STIMO study, which allowed paraplegic patients to walk again. Their aim is also to develop new neurosurgical treatments for people suffering from Parkinson's disease or from neurological disorders following a head injury or stroke.
Professor in psychology of career guidance
Job Offer - 19 Nov 2019 [archive] - UNIL - Faculté des SSP - 1015 Lausanne
Psychology
Professor in statistics in psychology
Job Offer - 19 Nov 2019 [archive] - UNIL - Faculté des SSP - 1015
Psychology
Could mathematics help to better treat cancer?
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News - 29 Oct 2019
Health - Mathematics

Using the information theory, researchers at UNIGE aim to better understand the cancerous development of cells through a mathematical approach and propose innovative therapeutic strategies.
The Center for Biomedical Imaging marks its 15th anniversary
Pina Marziliano, the executive director of the Center for Biomedical Imaging © 2
Short news - 28 Oct 2019
Health - Life Sciences

For the past decade and a half, the Center for Biomedical Imaging (CIBM) has been bringing researchers and clinicians together to develop cutting-edge technologies. This anniversary is an opportunity to reflect on the Center's past successes and ponder the challenges that lie ahead in the field of medical imaging.
Cancer: the origin of genetic mutations
Fluorescence microscopy images of the division of a normal cell (left row) and a
News - 25 Sep 2019
Life Sciences - Health

By linking DNA replication failures in cancer cells to their genetic instability, researchers at UNIGE unveil a mutation mechanism that is essential for cancer development.
The path of breast to brain cancer metastasis
Synaptic proximity drives brain metastasis. Credit: W. Jiao and Q. Zeng (EPFL)
News - 18 Sep 2019
Health - Life Sciences

Scientists at EPFL's Swiss Institute for Experimental Cancer Research have discovered a signaling pathway that breast tumors exploit to metastasize to the brain.
When liver disease affects the brain
Valérie McLin, Cristina Cudalbu and Olivier Braissant ©EPFL, Alain Herzog
News - 19 Aug 2019
Life Sciences - Health

Scientists have demonstrated how chronic liver diseases cause molecular changes in the brain. They carried out their research using the 9.4 Tesla high-magnetic-field MRI machine at the Center for Biomedical Imaging (CIBM) at EPFL.

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