Hind Hashwah

Hind Hashwah

Hind was born and raised in East Jerusalem, Palestine. Growing up in a conflict zone and being faced with a daily reality of oppression, she decided to move to Europe to pursue her university education. Throughout the last 10 years, she has hopped around multiple cities in pursuit of her interest in science, whilst creating long-lasting friendships, many of which have shaped who she is today. She is currently pursuing a PhD at the University of Zurich.


Scientific publications

10.2017 – Stelling et al., “The tumor suppressive TGF-β/SMAD1/S1PR2 signaling axis is recurrently inactivated in diffuse large B-cell lymphoma”, Blood. LINK

09.2017 – Juskevicius et al., “Characterization of the mutational profile of 11 diffuse large B-cell lymphoma cell lines”, Leukemia & Lymphoma. LINK

09.2017 – Hashwah et al., “Inactivation of CREBBP expands the germinal center B cell compartment, down-regulates MHCII expression and promotes DLBCL growth”, PNAS. LINK