Josef Singer is awarded the Wolfgang Denk Prize 2016 of the Austrian Society of Hematology and Oncology (OeGHO)
On the occasion of the joint annual meeting of the German, Austrian and Swiss societies for hematology and medical oncology in Leipzig (14 – 18 October 2016), Josef Singer was awarded the Wolfgang Denk Prize.
Dr. Josef Singer was awarded for the work "Proof of concept study with an HER-2 mimotope anticancer vaccine deduced from a novel AAV-mimotope library platform", published in OncoImmunology in April 2016.
Dr. Josef Singer has carried out the work under the direction of Prof. Erika Jensen-Jarolim at the Institute of Pathophysiology and Allergy Research (IPA) of the Medical University of Vienna and at the Interuniversity Messerli Research Institute and is now working as an assistant physician at Krems in Lower Austria.
The Wolfgang Denk Prize of the OeGHO was created in memory of the surgeon and founder of the Austrian Cancer Research Institute Wolfgang Denk (1882-1970). It is awarded every year for scientific work in the field of clinical oncology.
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