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    June 2013

    Dear Wilsede Friends

    Thank you for your interest in Wilsede Science Connections.

    Find a new structured portal about Wilsede Meetings: Wilsede Meetings - the new ones

    Join with a personal profil provide personal reflexions on your carrier in science, stimulate friends and foundations to support the wilsede portal for the next 40 years: answer and more information:

    Rolf Neth

    Multimedia: - IT:

    September 2012

    Support 2012

    August 2012

    Poverty and Elite

    Reflections on four decades Science in Wilsede

    July 2012

    Annual Leukemia meeting of the Kind-Philipp Foundation in Wilsede

    January 2012

    Newsletter - January 2012

    Dear Wilsede Participants and Wilsede Friends

    The Wilsede Experiment “Modern Trends in Human Leukemia” started Midsummer night 1973, for three long days and nights in the 350 years old farmhouse “De Emhof”. Those who have joined the bienal horse-drawn expedition to Wilsede in the inner Reaches of the Lümeburger Heide south of Hamburg, have enjoyed stimulating and informal Discussions. The rustic “De Emmhof” has provided a convival setting for many lively, and at times provocativ, debates. 

    The educational component of Wilsede enjoyed both – Students and golden oldies alike -  is not to be underestimated, in an increasingly specialised, technical and rapidly developing research arena it serves a vital function. The Wilsede meetings have proved the ideal forum for practising medical doctors and basic scientist to meet together and discuss new innovations from molecular biology to treatment strategies to help leukemic and cancer Patients. We selected for historical and still actuell informations 10% of the Wilsede publications in this Internet File“Modern Trends in Human Leukemia” .

    Rolf Neth

    New informations about history of leukemia, 1973 - 2011 - find here.

    next Wilsede Meeting 2012 - here -

    Treatment Strategies


    Special Lectures


    Please join us with corrections and comments

    January 2012, Hamburg

    Science Connections Website

    Wilsede Meeting

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    October 2011

    The Maximow Award is taking place within the framework of the German-Russian Year of Education, Science and Innovation 2011/2012. Under the title "Development of Stem Cell Transplantation: a Debate", it is kindly funded by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF).

    It is a special cooperation project designed by the Transplant Centers of Hamburg and St. Petersburg and the journal Cellular Therapy and Transplantation (CTT, Join the competition here on October 1st!

    Alexander Maximov in Wilsede

    A few words about my last work, which I called " Alexander Maximov's world". I could think that many of you had to learn or to study his experiments and results, when they were students. Well, I am not competent enough to give a valuation of his work or meaning in histology. But the few things I read about his work and life gave me a great deal of respect and admiration. Specially how he drew and painted the results of his experiments in such a filligran and precise way. Amongst scientists, often the work of a colleague is not always considered with great admiration rather more with a feeling of respect or competition. So, when I put up some kind of a monument for Alexander Maximov, it is the painters admiration for a scientist, who probably drew much better than I ever would do in histology.

    Now to my work: There is the real and spiritual world of Alexander Maximov. The polarisation of the idea is seen on the right side which shows the three stations in his life.

    • First: St. Petersburg, where he worked at the Military Medical Academy for some years.
    • Second: In Berlin, the Charite Hospital, where he worked like his famous colleagues Arinkin and Botkin before. And last station of his life was the University of Chicago where he had to emigrate with heavy heart after october revolution. On the left side you see two blood pictures which have been drawn by Alexander Maximov.
    • Third: The upper picture which looks like a Super Nova is a cell of a mouse fibroplast which Alexander Maximov in his time could not see like this, as the electronic microscope wasn't invented then. This is the contemporary level of this work together with the circled Wilsede motif over the tower.

    If you look closer and I could help everybody with my magnifying glass, you discover that Maximov's two blood pictures are drawn in the silhouette of the Emhof (up side down) and the Granary. The Center shows the portrait of Alexander Maximov about the time as a young man in St. Petersburg and it shows close to his heart the entrance to his laboratory in the Military Academy. To end now, I sum up the key idea may be called 5 seconds of inspiration and five weeks of rather hard work. Alexander Maximov as a tower surrounded by the real buildings St. Petersburg, Berlin and Chicago and on the other hand surrounded by his spiritual buildings, the blood pictures in the silhouette of Wilsedes granary and the Emhof. So I thank you for accompanying my explanations of Alexander Maximov from St. Petersburg to us here in Wilsede.

    Michel Weidemann

    Maximov's world, Etching 40 x 60 by Michel Weidemann

    Malcolm Moore

    Wolga 1990

    Alexandra Sipol

    Bone Morrow Transplantation Centre St. Petersburg, Wilsede 2005

    Alexander Friedenstein

    Malcom Moore, Alexander Friedenstein, Wilsede 1988

    Lecture and Discussion

    Malcolm Moore

    Stohlmann Memorial Lecture: Interactions Between Hematopoietic Growth Factors, Wilsede 1988

    Tim Hunt

    Discussion with students, Wilsede 2008


    September 2011

    Grundkennziffern für die Gesundheit der Bevölkerung - Chernobyl 2008

    Dear Wilsede Participants and Wilsede Friends

    Science on the way in Wilsede

    Trial and Error - Xenophanes of Colophon

      In the beginning the gods did not at all reveal all things clearly to mortales, but by searching men in the course of time find them out better.

    Nicht von Beginn an enthüllen die Götter den Sterblichen alles,aber im Laufe der Zeit finden wir, suchend, das Bess`re.

     Xenophanes of Colophon

    1973 - Wilsede Experiment started

    An Introduction by Rolf Neth:
    Nearly every month there are workshops, conferences or congresses devoted to the problems of human leukemia, for our knowledge is quite limited. In large measure, these conferences have been concerned with Special aspects of leukemia. In this workshop we have brought together scientists from different research areas in human leukemia. Therefore the title "Modern Trends in Human Leukemia does not only apply to the discussion of the importance of molecular biology, but also includes the 100 year old history of the leukemic cell as the basis of biological and irnmunological aspects in human leukemia. Modern trends in human leukemia need to be discussed based on the past, present and possible future information gathered from all different, but related topics.
    The idea to bring together highly qualified biochemists, medical doctors, and virologists to learn, like students, about each other's fields has been very unusual. But to understand human leukemia, the virologists and biochemists have to learn more about the properties of the human blood cell, and the medical doctors have to learn where and how leukemic misinformation can influence the normal regulation of the molecular control mechanism in a blood cell. To start such a workshop, therefore, was to start an experiment. In this experiment, the hope was that these scientists would learn about each other's research fields and also teach others about their own specialized fields as well. The final aim was that those in the workshop would discuss the whole problem of human leukemia, and cooperative research programs among the different specialized groups would be stimulated.
    We tried the experiment for three long days and nights in a 350 year old farmhouse. I would like to thank all people who made this possible. Our hope is now that you can be stimulated and encouraged to try similar experiments

    The Leukemic Cell in Vivo and in vitro, F. Stohlman



    Discussion at the Emhoff in Wilsede: (Link, Foto) Duesberg, Gallo, Hehlmann, Hunt, Ostertag, Stohlman et al )

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    1984 On the Way

    An Introduction by Mel Greaves

    1986 Personal Reflexions on the Origin of Human Leukemia:

    Hans Eidig Lecture by Robert Gallo

    1988 Current Trends:

    a view of N.A. Mitchisons

    Maximow`s Ideas and Modern Models by A.Friedenstein

    Maximov's world
    Etching 40 x 60 by Michel Weidemann

    Via Wolga to Russia

    with: Elena Frolova, Joseph Chertkov, Elena Elsner, Hanne-Lore Neth, Rolf Neth, Alexander Friedenstein, Boris Afanasiev (1988, initial meeting Buchholz-Nordheide, Germany.



    1990 A door is open

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    Ladies and Gentlemen,
    Dear Friends
    In 1988, after the last Wilsede meeting, Elena Frolova and her friends had the marvelous idea of organizing a Volga Wilsede meeting. Today, I am very pleased that this idea became true. Every day, we dream of freedom and peace. A small part of this dream has today come into our hands.
    Everybody here has done his best to come together for good science and in friendship. I am sure that this Volga Wilsede meeting and the Neva Wilsede Meeting will become part of the international tradition of good science In a peaceful human atmosphere. For us this door IS open: let us go through.
    Moscow, 13 June 1990 Rolf Neth

    Moscow-Volga Videos

    Human Leukemia Genes: Search for the Villains by Janet Rowly

    Human Retroviruses: Linkage to Leukemia and Aids by Robert Gallo

    Bone Marrow Transplantation in Children with Acute Leukemia by Don Pinkel

    2010 Still alive

    Wilsede 2005, Axel Zander

    Wilsede 2008, Axel Zander

    Leukemia 1973-2010

    St Petersburg 1990-2010 Boris Afanasiev, Michail Gorbatschow, Axel Zander, more

    Discovery Project 2010

    Dear Participants:

    Please join us with corrections, comments, personal fotos. Thanks

    Yours sincerely
    Axel Zander, Rolf Neth, Oktober 2010, Hamburg

    Wilsede Meeting:

    Boris Fehse, Carol Stocking, Axel Zander - Hamburg

    Scientific Profiles: -Multimedia: - IT:

    2011 Wilsede Synapses on the way


    40 years Wilsede Suport

    • Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft
    • Erich und Gertrud Roggenbuck-Stiftung zur Krebshilfe
    • Deutsche Gesellschaft für Hämatologie und Onkologie
    • National Cancer Institute, Contract NIH-73-1253, USA
    • Deutsche Krebshilfe
    • Leukemia Research Fund (GB)
    • Leukemia Society of America
    • Körberstiftung, Hamburg
    • Stiftung Volkswagenwerk, Hannover
    • Hertha-Grober-Stiftung, Hamburg
    and others

    2013 start up the Wilsede Club

    Dear Wilsede Friends

    To keep the Wilsede window open for coming generations of young scientist we need your support – in terms of both, personal academic information amd, at a modest level, financially.

    Ludwig Wittgenstein, “ On Certainty” ( 1965, 1975 byBlackwell Publishing Ltd.) 27.April 1951

    671 But for all that- even if they trust me-they might believe I had been dreaming or that “magic” had made me imagine it… I cannot seriously suppose that I am at this moment dreaming

    April 2011

    Childhood Leukemia

    Mel Greaves (right) with Don Pinkel (left) and Professor David Galton (centre) at a conference in Wilsede, Germany (1982).


    Personal Journeys with Childhood Leukaemia edited by Mel Greaves (The Institute of Cancer Research, UK) ISBN: 978-981-279-039-2 - 2008 World Scientific Pub Co

    "The death of any child is a tragedy; a promise of life stolen. A child suffering from and then dying of cancer seems hideously cruel. There was a time in Europe when the loss of an infant or childwas commonplace due to endemic infections or malnutrition. This still happens, disgracefully so, on a prodigious scale in less developed regions of the planet."

    ‘Typing the Leukaemic Cells’ by Susan Macfarlane.

    "The narratives are illustrated with evocative paintings on childhood leukaemia by a remarkable artist, Susan Macfarlane. Sadly, Susan died in 2002 and we are grateful to her sons, Euan and Angus Mackay, for their permission to reproduce some of her extraordinary paintings here, all of which derive from the exhibition ‘Living with Leukaemia’, commissioned by Dr. Geoffrey Farrer-Brown.

    WHITE BLOOD - Personal Journeys with Childhood Leukaemia © World Scientific Publishing Co. Pte. Ltd.
    The book is available here.
    Introduction to childhood leukemia - Don Pinkel: here.
    A scientists journey - Mel Greaves: here.

    Mel Greaves: Genetic Architecture of Leukaemia

    Section of Haemato-Oncology, The Institute of Cancer Research, Sutton, United Kingdom

    ACUTE LEUKEMIAS XIII, Biology and Treatment Strategies, Munich, 28 February 2011

    Modern Trends in Human Leukemia

    1973 we started in Wilsede Modern Trends in Human Leukemia. Rüdiger Hehlmann, who was with us since 1973 in Wilsede, had the idea to join IACRL, the Wilsede Meetings, Acute-Leukemias, Leukemia-Net and others for "sciencetransfer with social awareness" to help in Leukemia diagnosis and therapy worldwide. For this, we started the Internet Portal

    To keep this Idea alive we need the help of our scientific friends arround the world.

    Clara Bloomfield, Robert Gallo, Melvin Greaves, Rüdiger Hehlman, Rolf Neth, Don Pinkel, Axel Zander

    Aids and Prevention

    Robert Gallo , assigned by Harald zur Hausen , George Klein and Sol Spiegelman informed us about Virus and Cancer in Wilsede .

    In January 1985 I got a letter from Dr. Koch (read the original - and the answer from Dr. Neth) He informed me about HTLV III infections around Karlsborg. I agreed that we have to prevent by education and bloodtest .

    1990 Robert Gallo was on the Volga Wilsede Meeting in an Interview critical optimistic for a vaccination. In 2010 40.Millons need education and a safe haver for testing, hope for a therapy and vaccination.

    Gallo`s blood test was available since 1984


    Gallo enabled the use of the blood-test. This saved many lifes, Honory Doctorate University of Hamburg


    Moskau: Ovchonikov lecture


    Aids Congress Hamburg: Opening Lecture


    Reflections on HIV/AIDS research


    Aids epidemic update UNAIDS World Health Organisation

    Number of people living with HIV in 2005
    Total 40.3 million (36.7–45.3 million)
    • Adults 38.0 million (34.5–42.6 million)
    • Women 17.5 million (16.2–19.3 million)
    • Children under 15 years 2.3 million ( 2.1–2.8 million)
    People newly infected with HIV in 2005
    • Total 4.9 million ( 4.3–6.6 million)
    • Adults 4.2 million ( 3.6–5.8 million)
    • Children under 15 years 700 000 (630 000–820 000)
    AIDS deaths in 2005
    • Total 3.1 million (2.8–3.6 million)
    • Adults 2.6 million (2.3–2.9 million)
    • Children under 15 years 570 000 (510 000–670 000)


    Apocalyptic Rider and prevention, Black Death and Aids


    Unsung Hero Robert Gallo


    nonindustrialized Nations need education and a “Safe Haven” for testing and 40. Milliones waiting for a therapy and hope for Vaccination

    January 2011

    August 2010

  • After a History of 40 years Wilsede Meeting, the Wilsede Club is a world wide network of more the 2000 Wilsede Participants and Wilsede Friends. In the spirit of Pastor Bode we need support for keeping Wilsede the delightful and unspoilt place were students and outstanding scientist enjoyed together nature lore and science. In this restless World could help the younger scientists and students to find a bridge to live to see the science.
    Rolf Neth
  • July 2010

  • Wilsede Meeting 2010: find the original Wilsede poster here.
  • Wilsede Meeting 2010: find an improved Wilsede poster (list of names) here.
  • Wilsede Meeting 2010: view an image with most participants here.
  • Wilsede Meeting 2010: find some interviews with participants here.
  • June 2010


    Look for Help

    Ludwig Wittgenstein, "On Certainty" - "Über Gewissheit"

    670. We might speak of fundamental principles of human enquiry...

    670. Man könnte von Grundprinzipien der menschlichen Forschung reden..

    671. But for all that - even if they trust me - they might believe I had been dreaming or that "magic" had made me imagine it. ..
    I cannot seriously suppose that I am at this moment dreaming.

    671. Dabei könnten Sie aber -auch wenn sie mir trauen-glauben, ich habe geträumt oder ein Zauber habe mir das eingebildet... Ich kann nicht im Ernst annehmen, ich träume jetzt.

    Ludwig Wittgenstein, 27. April 1951,
    On Certainty - "Über Gewissheit" 1969,1975 by Blackwell Publishing Ltd.

    Memories in and around Wilsede

    allow me please to ask for personal help.

    James Clerk Maxwell (1831-1879) and Heinrich Hertz (1857-1894) recognised that light is also an electromagnetic wave movment in space. Their inspiration was not hope of profit, but rather the dream of a new freedom, this hope we share. For this to be successful in the Wilsede Portal we look for help - in terms of both personal, academic information and, at a modest level, financially.

    Rolf Neth, June 2010

    May 2010

  • Don Pinkel: Allogeneic marrow transplantation in children with acute leukemia: a practice whose time has gone: twenty years later
    Leukemia 23: 2189-2196; doi:10.1038/leu.2009.132, Dec 2009
  • Michael A. Pulsipher (Corresponding Author): Allogeneic Marrow Transplantation in Children with Acute Leukemia: Careful Comparison to Chemotherapy Alternatives Required
  • Don Pinkel: A Response to the letter of Dr Pulsipher et and colleagues.
  • We thank for help Nicole Killmann
    Visit Leukemia - The Journal of Normal and Malignant Hemopoiesis

    April 2010

  • Thomas Büchner Treatment of acute myeloid leukemia Raisa Gorbacheva Memorial Lecture, St. Petersburg 2009

  • Dietger Niederwieser Stem Cell Transplantation: Past Present and Future St. Petersburg 2009

  • March 2010

  • AUTOLOGOUS MARROW AND BLOOD TRANSPLANTATION Proceedings of International Symposia, Arlington, Texas

  • Registration for the XVIII. Wilsede Meeting on “Modern Trends in Human Leukemia and Cancer” is now open. The meeting will be held from June 19 – 23, 2010.
  • February 2010

  • Don Pinkel: Allogeneic marrow transplantation in children with acute leukemia: a practice whose time has gone’: twenty years later

    Leukemia (2009) 23, 2189–2196; doi:10.1038/leu.2009.132

  • January 2010

  • 40 years around Wilsede
    Axel Zander, Rolf Neth
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  • Joint EBMT Pediatric Working Party – 3rd Raisa Gorbacheva Memorial Meeting on Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation, Saint Petersburg, Russia, September 17–20, 2009 Cellular Therapy and Transplantation ISSN 1866-8836 Volume 2, Number 5

    Find video talks here

  • December 2009

  • Happy New Year!
  • Poverty and Elite
  • November 2009

  • Scientist Profile: Axel Zander
  • October 2009

  • Fritz Anders: A friend and a scientist, text by Robert Gallo

  • Evolution of Peace

    • Alfred Nobel

      copyright: The Nobel Foundation

      Illustration made by Immanuel Nobel on how ships are blasted with mines, here being demonstrated in his presence and that of the Tsar of Russia.

      In his last will, signed on November 27, 1895, we find the well-known prize formulation "to the person who shall have done the most or the best work for fraternity between nations, for the aboliton or reduction of standing armies and for the holding and promotion of peace congresses." Alfred Nobel promptly informed Bertha von Suttner of his decision, and she expressed her delight: "Whether I am around then or not does not matter; what we have given, you and I, is going to live on."

    • Bertha von Suttner

      Also in 1892 she promised Alfred Nobel to keep him informed on the progress of the peace movement and, if possible, to convince him of its effectiveness. No doubt she felt that she was beginning to succeed when she received a letter from him in January of 1893, telling her about a peace prize he hoped to found, one which, after his death in 1896, his will showed he had indeed established

      copyright: The Nobel Foundation

    • Max Planck

      Perhaps the most famous Solvay conference was the October 1927, where the world's most notable physicists met to discuss the newly formulated quantum theory.

      The leading figures were Albert Einstein and Niels Bohr. Einstein, disenchanted with Heisenberg's "Uncertainty Principle," remarked "God does not play dice." Bohr replied, "Einstein, stop telling God what to do."

      Seventeen of the twenty-nine attendees were or became Nobel Prize winners, including Marie Curie, who alone among them, had won Nobel Prizes in two separate scientific disciplines.

    • Barack Obama in Kairo (4. Juni 2009), Prag (5. April 2009)

      Obama Speech In Cairo: Full Text

    • Mstislaw Leopoldowitsch Rostropowitsch playing in Berlin 1989, at the fall of the Berlin Wall.

    • Hiroshima Child by Nazim Hikmet

  • We have a vision. - MLL

    The responsibility for leukemia patients is the center of our activities. With our optimized diagnostic program we help improving both life expectancy and quality of life.

  • September 2009

  • Raisa Gorbacheva Third Memorial Meeting on Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation

    Video Talks: Joint EBMT Pediatric Working Party - St. Petersburg, Russia, September 17–20, 200
  • Bei DFG Science TV finden Sie Antworten: Nach der erfolgreichen ersten Staffel dokumentieren ab dem 16. Juni 2009 wieder zehn ausgewählte Forscherteams bei DFG Science TV mehrere Monate lang ihre Arbeit mit der Kamera. In dreiminütigen Kurzfilmen erzählen die von der Deutschen Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG) geförderten Wissenschaftlerinnen und Wissenschaftler vom Alltag.

  • Neth, Rolf-Dietmar "Kinderleukämie in der Elbmarsch: Plädoyer für sachliche Argumentation" Dtsch Arztebl 2009; 106(30): A-1499 / B-1282 / C-1250

  • August 2009

  • Scientist Profile: Annerose und Fritz Anders
  • Chapter 3: A SCIENTIST’S JOURNEY from Mel Greaves
  • Publishers: World Scientific Publishing Co., Singapore

    July 2009

  • Childhoodleukemia and Radioactivity

  • June 2009

    Modern Trends in Human Leukemia

    find all books representing Wilsede Congress from 1973 - 1990 here

    Childhood Leukemia

    Blog with:

    and the Wilsede Club

    Dan David Prize for Robert C. Gallo

    Further information on Robert Gallo

    Unsung Hero Robert C. Gallo

    Science 9 January 2009: Vol. 323. no. 5911, pp. 206 - 207

    From Black Death to Aids: Epidemics and theirÄ°mpact on Culture

    Dr. Pirofski delivered a dynamic lecture that linked a particular event in medieval history the Black Plague -- with the way cultures react to pandemics.

    Glasperlenspiele in Wilsede

    Music and Genes mit Dennis Busby, Egon Degens, Susomo Ohno
    Science in Wilsede
  • Modern Trends in Human Leukemia I-XVI

  • February 2009

  • Bertha von Suttner and the Nobelprice 2008

    Rolf Neth
  • Apocalyptic Rider or Prevention Black Death and Aids

    Rolf Neth
  • January 2009

  • Chernobyl: Impressions from Rayon Korma/Gomel
  • Childhood Leukaemia,

  • Glasperlenspiele in Wilsede
  • November 2008

  • New talks and discussions with Axel Zander, Valeriy Savchenko, Marina Konopleva, Boris Fehse, Claudia Lange, Hans Joachim Kolb, Christof Westenfelder and Gerald Wagemaker here. Choose St. Petersburg 2007
  • Virus and Human Cancer in Wilsede from 1973 - 1987

    • Bob Gallo:

      • "Human T -Cell Leukemia-Lymphoma Virus (HTLV): A Progress Report" 1983
    • George Klein

      • "The Relative Role of Viral Transformation and Specific Cytogenetic Changes in the Development of Murine and Human Lymphomas" 1981
    • Harald zur Hausen

      • "Viruses in Human Tumors" 1987
    • Sol Spiegelman

      • "Molecular Evidence for the Association of RNA Tumor Viruses with Human > Mesenchymal Malignancies" 1975
    • Donald Pinkel

  • September 2008

  • New talks and discussions with Axel Zander, Valeriy Savchenko, Marina Konopleva and Boris Fehse here. Choose St. Petersburg 2007
  • starting new Scientist Profile here:
  • August 2008

  • movies
  • 35 Years of Wilsede: Past, Present, and Future

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  • July 2008

  • New visions: Support for Witthoefts Gaestehaus in Wilsede
  • Image gallery from Wilsede Meetings 1973 - 2008: here.
  • 35 Years of Wilsede: Past, Present, and Future (pdf) - Carol Stocking at the Wilsede Meeting 2008
  • Wilsede Meeting 2008 - Impressions

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  • June 2008

  • Tim Hunt: "Getting in and out of mitosis" Talks and Discussions

  • Treatment of Acute Myeloid Leukemia: Present Status and New Directions Thomas Büchner, MD PhD in Cellular Therapy and Transplantation Journal

  • Honor Lectures and Awards in Wilsede and Moscow

    1973-2006 here: Fritz Anders, Robert Gallo, Mel Greaves, Harald zur Hausen, Henry Kaplan, Georg Klein, Av Mitchinson, Susumu Ohno, Don Pinkel, Janet Rowly, E. Donnall Thomas et al.

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    May 2008

  • Childhood leukemia: Interview with Donald Pinkel (Angela Grosse) Historical perspective of leukemia
  • Alexander Maximov in Wilsede:
    • Alexander Friedenstein
    • Malcom Moore
    • Michael Weidemann

    Malcom Moore and Alexander Friedenstein

  • Discussion in Wilsede 1973

    Bob Gallo, Frederic Stohlman, Gerd Gaedecke, Wolfram Ostertag, et al

    • Dr. Gallo
    • Dr. Hofschneider
    • Dr. Hunt
    • Dr. Hehlmann
    • Dr. Ostertag
    • Dr. Stohlmann and more
  • April 2008

  • School in Tibet: movie more information web
  • Interview with: Mel Greaves

  • New Scientist Profile: Donald Pinkel

  • March 2008

  • Blutausstrich, Rolf Neth 2005
  • Wilsede Meeting 2005

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  • Join Wilsede meeting 2008 . Find more audio and video files: here

  • New Scientist Profile: Harald zur Hausen

  • February 2008

  • Harvard faculty votes to post research online Megan Woolhouse

  • Case for Open Access Robert Darnton

  • Science for Kids and Students (pdf) Symposium Vienna, Jan 31 - Feb 2 2008 W. Neth E. Stunkat A Zander

  • Dezember 2007

  • BALTIC SEA ABENDFORUM: "Sinn des Wortes in unserer Zeit oder die Macht der Sprache" with Dov-Levy Barsilay, Prof. Dr. Anatoli Mikhailov, Michael Naumann, Hans Pleschinski Video documentation
  • Wilsede meeting 2008 join here
  • Cellular Therapy and Transplantation Journal is a new international, peer-reviewed, open access journal which publishes articles in the fields of cellular and genetic therapy and transplantation.
  • November 2007

  • Körber-Preis 2007: Peter Seeberger "Automated Synthesis of Carbohydrate Vaccinations against Tropical Diseases" pdf document

    see also: Mit Zucker gegen Malaria

  • Raisa Gorbacheva Memorial Institute: Interview with a Gerald Wagemaker , "Leukemia therapy in Belarus"
  • October 2007

  • BALTIC SEA ABENDFORUM: "Sinn des Wortes in unserer Zeit oder die Macht der Sprache" with Dov-Levy Barsilay, Prof. Dr. Anatoli Mikhailov, Michael Naumann, Hans Pleschinski - Dienstag, 30. Oktober 2007, 18:00 Uhr, im Nixdorf Hörsaal, Bucerius Law School program
  • September 2007

  • Opening Ceremony of Raisa Gorbacheva Memorial Institute of children Hematology and Transplantation
  • Academic freedom read
  • Karl Welte and the History of G-CSF Symposium ,"Disorders of Hematopoiesis"
  • Stem-cell Team St.Petersburg, Hamburg
  • Raisa Gorbacheva Memorial Meeting Hemopoietic Stem Cells Transplantation, 21-22 September 2007 Preliminary program (pdf)
  • Tim Hunt in school Video with Talk and Discussions
  • Körber-Preis für Peter Seeberger Mit Zucker gegen Malaria
  • 85th Birthday of Prof.Dr.rer.nat. Hans Paulsen Peter H. Seeberger: Automated Oligosacharide Syntzhesis
  • Süße Spitzenforschung auch in Hamburg Glycowissenschaften
  • Focus on Belarus, the EHU and Anatoli Mikhailov
  • August 2007

  • Sixty Years of Immunology , Av Mitchison, University College London
  • Marking the 50 th Anniversary of the British Society for Immunology Crystal-ball gazing - the future of immunological research viewed from the cutting edge

  • July 2007

  • An Open Letter to the U.S. Congress, Signed by 26 Nobel Prize Winners

  • June 2007

  • Hamburg - St. Petersburg Stem Cell Transplantation Projekt

    Congress: 22.06.-23.06. 2007

    Introduction here

  • Interview with Robert Gallo
  • see Chernobyl-Wilsede
  • Hans Paulsen: Glycochemistry and Glycobiology: Synthesis, Structural Studies and Medical Applications

    Minisymposion on the occasion of the 85th Birthday of Prof.Dr.rer.nat Hans Paulsen University Hamburg, Department of Chemistry

    View the presentation here

  • May 2007

  • Virus and Human Cancer

    • R. Gallo:

      • "Human T -Cell Leukemia-Lymphoma Virus (HTLV): A Progress Report" 1983
    • G.Klein

      • "The Relative Role of Viral Transformation and Specific Cytogenetic Changes in the Development of Murine and Human Lymphomas" 1981
    • H.zur Hausen

      • "Viruses in Human Tumors" 1987
  • Open Access Journal coming soon.

  • Editors: R. Gallo , Mel Greaves , Av Mitchison
  • April 2007

  • new Scientist Profile: Tim Hunt here
  • March 2007

  • new Scientist Profile: Melvyn F. Greaves here
  • February 2007

  • Nina Drize: The influence of the stroma niché on haematopoietic stem cells

    Universitätsklinikum Hamburg-Eppendorf Onkologisches Zentrum Klinik für Stammzelltransplantation: Frau Prof. Dr. Nina Drize Haematological Scientific Centre, Moscow Datum: Donnerstag, 15.02.2007 Zeit: 15.00 s.t. Ort: Konferenzraum Frauenklinik, Gebäude W10

    View the presentation here (Quicktime movie).

    Download the slides (pdf).

  • January 2007

  • new Scientist Profile: Wolfram Ostertag here
  • Don Pinkel Childhood Leukemia, 2006 , Pinkel D ( 1979 ) Treatment of Childhood Acute Lymphocytic Leukemia
  • December 2006

  • Max-Delbrück-Centrum celebrates 100. birthday Max Delbrück
  • Elena Frolova, Rolf Neth: Wolga-Wilsede-Meeting
  • November 2006

  • Nuclear Cloning Stem Cells Thereapeutic Possibilities Online Lecture by Prof. R. Jaenisch, Heidelberg 2004
  • Tim Hunt in School
  • Robert Gallo Profile
  • Nicholas A. Mitchison Lecture (2005, mpg, 50 MB