Maximilian Nitschke | Principal Scientific Researcher
Genentech

Maximilian Nitschke, Principal Scientific Researcher, Genentech

Maximilian Nitschké is a Principle Scientific Researcher at Genentech. Maximilian has studied biology at the LMU in Munich and received his PhD from the Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences at the ETH, Switzerland, in 2012. Maximilian moved to the University of California, San Francisco for his postdoctoral studies before joining Genentech in 2017. His main research interest is cancer immunology, with a focus on myeloid cell biology. At Genentech he is involved in investigating fundamental questions about immune cell regulation and development and their potential translational applications. 

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Festival of Biologics Day 1 @ 17:10

Notch-dependent Myeloid Cell Regulation

  • Notch-signalling is a highly conserved pathway often involved in cell-fate decisions
  • Notch signalling plays a role in development and homeostasis of immune cells
  • Targeting the Notch pathway could be employed to affect myeloid cell composition
last published: 17/Sep/21 16:05 GMT
last published: 17/Sep/21 16:05 GMT
last published: 17/Sep/21 16:05 GMT
last published: 17/Sep/21 16:05 GMT

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