WE ARE NOA.
IN THE DKG.
The Neuro-oncological Working Group (in short NOA) in the German Cancer Society (Deutsche Krebsgesellschaft e. V.) is a working group consisting of over 300 members from the main disciplines of neurology, neurosurgery, radiotherapy, neuropathology, neuroradiology and medical oncology. Additionally, biostatisticians, computer scientists, neuropsychologists and some pediatric oncologists are also represented. It bundles information from the field of neuro-oncology and provides information about events and trials. Guidelines and study protocols are also provided.
Here you will find all the news from the NOA.
Studie: Medulloblastoma in postpubertal patients and adults ( NOA-23 / EORTC 1634, PersoMed-I)
Medulloblastomas are rare after puberty. Medulloblastomas recur frequently, and toxicity of treatment is…
Call for proposals for the Sibylle Assmus Promotion Award 2022
The Sibylle Assmus Foundation is once again inviting applications for a Neuro-oncology Grant…
Tender Kasprzak Foundation
The Kasprzak Family Foundation announces a research award of 10,000 € for an…
Announcement: Andreas Zimprich Foundation 2021
Once again, the Andreas Zimprich Award for a medical dissertation in neuro-oncology is…
Open Positions in the Else-Kröner Research College Tübingen
The Else Kröner Forschungskolleg Tübingen is funded for another three years after a…
NOA study shows efficacy of a vaccination against a mutant protein in brain tumors
Joint press release of the German Cancer Research Center (DKFZ), Mannheim University Medical…
Our study centers
The NOA is, among other things, in partnership with this selection of study centers. This is where our members work and conduct research.
“NOA IS A STRONG INTERDISCIPLINARY NETWORK THAT HAS SIGNIFICANTLY CONTRIBUTED TO THAT NOT ONLY THE THERAPY OF BRAIN TUMOR PATIENTS HAS CONTINUOUSLY IMPROVED BUT ALSO MORE AND BETTER NEURO-ONCOLOGISTS ARE TRAINED.”
PROF. DR. MARTIN GLAS, NEURO-ONCOLOGIST, ESSEN UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL