About ENBDC


The ENBDC started in 2006 as a means of bringing together worlwide laboratories working on breast development and cancer. The idea was to raise awareness of each other’s research in order to foster contact, encourage technical exchange and collaboration, especially across disciplines, as well as to offer intellectual and information resources to the breast cancer research community as a whole. The ENBDC was formally instigated in 2007, initially as a web-based contact list of interested laboratories, and in May 2008 the ENBDC website ‘went live’. Eleven Annual Methods Workshops (2009-2019), which were kindly supported by various sponsors have been held in Weggis, Switzerland. The meetings are a resounding success, promoting discussion and interaction as well as inter-laboratory visits by researchers keen to see the specifics of individual methods at first hand. Reports of these meetings were published in Breast Cancer Research.

Committee


Momo Bentires-Alj

University of Basel

Basel, Switzerland


Rob Clarke

University of Manchester

Manchester, UK

Eva Gonzalez Suarez

CNIO

Madrid, Spain

Beatrice Howard

The Institute of Cancer Research

London, UK


Leonie Young

Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland

Dublin, Ireland


Maria dM Vivanco

Center for Cooperative Research in Biosciences

Bilbao, Spain

Richard Iggo

Institut Bergonié - INSERM

Bordeaux, France

Jos Jonkers

The Netherlands Cancer Institute

Amsterdam, The Netherlands


Walid Khaled

University of Cambridge

Cambrige, UK


Zuzana Koledová

Masaryk University

Brno, Czechia

Marja Mikkola

University of Helsinki

Helsinki, Finland

Salvatore Pece

University of Milan

Milan, Italy

Lone Rønnov-Jessen

University of Copenhagen

Copenhagen, Denmark

Matt Smalley

Cardiff University

Cardiff, UK

Therese Sørli

Oslo University Hospital

Oslo, Norway


Torsten Stein

University of Glasgow

Glasgow, Scotland


Renee van Amerongen

University of Amsterdam

Amsterdam, The Netherlands


Alexandra Van Keymeulen

Université Libre de Bruxelles

Brussels, Belgium


Martin Jechlinger

EMBL Heidelberg

Heidelberg, Germany


Leander Blass

Karolinska Institute

Stockholm, Sweden


Rafal Sadej

Medical University of Gdansk

Gdansk, Poland


Silvia Fre

Institut Curie

Paris, France

 
 

Honorary members


Nancy Hynes

Friedrich Miescher Institute

Basel, Switzerland

Marina Glukhova

Institut Curie - INSERM

Paris, France