Maki gives a talk at the Goethe-Institut about INTERCEPT-MDS



Maki Sakuma gave a talk at the Goethe-Institut in Munich on 18th of April to an interested audience of teachers and students.
She explained how research and training are funded by the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions, and presented the network INTERCEPT-MDS. She illustrated how her research can contribute to the future of health care after giving an overview on cancer and personalised medicine. The audience had the chance to ask questions about their preconceptions about leukaemia and ageing as well as questions regarding working in research in general.
We are grateful to the Goethe-Institut for giving Maki the opportunity to highlight the importance of the research funded by the EU and how it has the potential to impact the lives and health of every EU citizen!