Christiane Pott is a senior physician at the Second Medical Clinic, University Medical Center Schleswig Holstein, Campus Kiel, Germany. Christiane Pott completed her specialist training between 1992 and 1998 at the Department of Hematology / Oncology in the Center for Internal Medicine at the Göttingen University Clinic (Head: Prof. Dr. med. W. Hiddemann). She did her doctorate in 1993 at the Medical University Clinic Göttingen on the detection of chromosome translocation t (14;18) in non-Hodgkin lymphomas. The focus of her clinical work is the treatment of malignant lymphomas, and since 1999 she has also been the coordinator for various clinical studies in this area. Professor Pott works as study coordinator for various national and European working groups in the field of minimal residual disease (MRD) and molecular tumor diagnostics. Professor Pott heads the MRD Diagnostics Working Group within the German Study Group for the Treatment of Low-Malignant Non-Hodgkin Lymphomas (GLSG). She is also responsible for the management of the European MRD Diagnostics Working Group within the European network "European MCL Study Group". In the European network "European Study Group on MRD detection in Haematological malignancies", Professor Pott coordinates the focus on "Mature Lymphoid Malignancies" and works on establishing international standards and quality controls for MRD diagnostics in B-cell lymphomas. As part of the German joint project "Molecular Mechanisms of Malignant Lymphoma", funded by the German Cancer Aid, Professor Pott participates in the working group for mutation analysis in B-cell lymphomas. Professor Pott is a reviewer for several international hematological journals and a member of various national medical societies, including the German Society for Internal Medicine, the German Society for Hematology and Oncology and the Lymphoma Research Foundation.
EM-68447 - Date of preparation: July 2021