BCRG biomedical centre was established in 2015 as a joint project of the Medical Faculty, University of Ostrava and the Hematooncology Department, University Hospital Ostrava. BCRG teams focus on both basic and pre-clinical research with the main aim to develop novel therapeutical approaches in the field of monoclonal gammopathies and other haematological disorders.

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Research Group Leader in Haematooncology and Cell Therapy
February 15, 2024

Are you a passionate and determined researcher eager to establish your independent research group? We are seeking a curiosity-driven individual to lead fundamental, translational/pre-clinical  research in areas of Molecular Biology, Cell Biology…

PhD student / Postdoctoral positions in Blood Cancer and Cell Therapy research
February 15, 2024

Applications are invited for PhD student, junior and senior postdoc positions in the Blood Cancer Research Group (BCRG) in Ostrava, Czech Republic.

Junior researcher
February 9, 2024

Job Characteristics: Requirements: What We Offer: Benefits: Contact lucie.broskevicova@fno.cz for further information.

Latest Publications

Definition and Clinical Significance of the Monoclonal Gammopathy of Undetermined Significance-Like Phenotype in Patients With Monoclonal Gammopathies

CDK7 controls E2F- and MYC-driven proliferative and metabolic vulnerabilities in multiple myeloma

Identification of disease-related aberrantly spliced transcripts in myeloma and strategies to target these alterations by RNA-based therapeutics

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