SDSU Professor Sev Van Slambrouck Receives Award at Molecular Medicine Symposium
SDSU Professor Sev Van Slambrouck receives “Spanidos Publications Award for Outstanding Achievement and Presentation in Advances in Oncology”
Prof. Severine Van Slambrouck was awarded the “Spandidos Publications Award for an Outstanding Achievement and Presentation in Advances in Oncology” at the 19th International Symposium on Molecular Medicine in Athens, Greece October 6-8, 2016. Her presentation “FAK Tyrosine 407 Organized with Integrin aVb5 Receptor in Triple Negative Breast Cancer” was one of only ten awards presented at the conference. This recognition adds to the prestige of SDSU, the Chemistry and Biochemistry Department and BioSNTR, along with Prof. Slambrouck and her research group.
Spandidos Publications was founded in 1992 and has developed into a leading publishing group in the biomedical sciences field. They currently publish eight journals: International Journal of Molecular Medicine, International Journal of Oncology, Molecular Medicine Reports, Oncology Reports, Experimental and Therapeutic Medicine, Oncology Letters, Biomedical Reports and Molecular and Clinical Oncology.
The group has held more than 20 conferences in the fields of oncology and molecular medicine. Their conferences are organized on an annual basis with the aim of encouraging scientific communication and clarity, and to aid the development of international collaboration between established and expanding research groups around the world.