Application deadline

You can apply for funding through the ctDNA center for your research project focusing on ctDNA guided intervention or development of new methods or knowledge relevant for the entire center.

The application form will open in the fall 2021

Deadline for application 7 march 2022

Find more information and the applicationform  here:

Annual Meeting 2021

The annual meeting in the DCCC ctDNA research center is held on 22-23 November 2021 at COMWELL H.C.Andersen Hotel Odense/ODEON

The meeting will focus on ctDNA activities and will include both talks from center-members and international speakers.

Register before September 30 here:

Participation is free but with a no-show fee if you fail to unregister at least 2 weeks in advance

Preliminary program: 

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Danske kræftforskningsdage

Danske kræftforskningsdage afholdes d. 26. og 27. august

Frist for indsendelse af abstract: 28. april 2021

Læs mere om arrangementet, tilmelding og indsendelse af abstract her:



Network meeting in CFA1

On Wednesday September 22nd 2021, the clinical focus area 1 group will host a network meeting. The purpose of the meeting is to create new relations and collaborations between projects and researchers. Thus, if you have an interest in early cancer detection - this is the meeting to attend!

To ensure the most fruitful outcome of the network meeting, we kindly ask you sent a short presentation of your work and motivation for attending the meeting.
Register here:

During the day we will hear from both the clinical- and techical part of working with ctDNA. You will have a chance to catch up on the field and connect with other center members.

Time: 22 September 2021 at 13-16

Place: Karen Brahe Auditoriet, Odense Adelige Jomfrukloster, Albani Torv 6, Odense

Registration deadline: 15 September 2021

Talk by Anders Skanderup, Senior Research Scientist and group leader at the Genome Institute of Singapore

On Tuesday June 29 at 10 am, Senior Research Scientist and group leader at the Genome Institute of Singapore, Anders Skanderup will give a talk about their recent - and very cool - paper titled Tissue-specific cell-free DNA degradation quantifies circulating tumor DNA burden ( about how to use cell-free degradation patterns in promoters for ctDNA quantification. I hope to see many of you join!

Please join us at

The talk is organized by 
Lasse Maretty
Tenure-track Assistant Prof. in Bioinformatics,
Department of Molecular Medicine // Department of Clinical Medicine
Aarhus University

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