Dietmar Hopp (right) visiting the HI-STEM labs. Hopp is accompanied by DKFZ Director Michael Baumann (left) and by HI-STEM-Director Andreas Trumpp (center). Source: Jutta Jung/DKFZ

Since its installation in 2008, HI-STEM can look back at ten years of successful research. On March 28, 2018, the Dietmar-Hopp Foundation and the DKFZ have announced that the funding for HI-STEM will be prolonged until 20203. Additionally two new projects on circulating tumor cells and therapy resistance in pancreatic cancer.

All members of HI-STEM are grateful for the continuous generous support by the Dietmar Hopp Foundation and the DKFZ and are looking forward to five more years of exciting research!

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