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Purpose & Focus

The Graduate Programme for Haematology and Oncology covers research in all areas of basic and clinical cancer research from molecular experimental cancer research to clinical and epidemiological cancer research, and hematologic research in pathogenesis, drug development, diagnostics, prognosis, prediction and treatment of benign as well as malignant blood diseases.

The main tasks of the research program are:

- To ensure the presence of a regional appropriate graduate programme within the research area “Haematology and Oncology”. The regional programme should be coordinated nationally to secure a broad range of courses on a national basis.

- To provide contact between the PhD students associated with the graduate programme and a highly qualified tutor group.

- To promote networking among PhD students associated with the graduate programme and establish contact with international research networks.

- To attract funding for co-financed PhD programmes.

- To cooperate with the Faculty of Health sciences to provide as good conditions as possible for the PhD students associated with the graduate programme.

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