The Special Research Programme (SFB) “Monarchies and Hierarchies in Shaping Chromatin Landscapes”, which commenced in 2017 and is coordinated by the University of Veterinary Medicine Vienna, has been extended for another four years (2021-2025). The consortium will continue with their recent successes to gain further insights into the role of the JAK-STAT signalling pathway in the development and treatment of infection, inflammation and cancer.
Heidi Neubauer will also now join the SFB for the second funding period as a project leader, with Richard Moriggl as co-PI. The focus of this sub-project is to explore chromatin remodelling mediated by oncogenic STAT5 in T Cell Leukemia and Lymphoma.
Congratulations Heidi, Richard and the SFB network!