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Cancer Biology

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About our research programme

The Cancer Biology Programme is aimed at understanding fundamental mechanisms of cancer cells and their microenvironment with the goal of applying this knowledge to patient care by identifying new therapeutic targets and additional patient stratification methods.  The programme brings together cancer biology researchers from the Comprehensive Cancer Centre, and members of other Departments and KHP clinicians who have an interest in cancer biology and so are affiliated with this programme. The researchers within the Cancer Biology Programme have a wide breath of interests including cell migration, factors influencing cytoskeletal organisation and cell division, cellular control networks, the cancer microenvironment, glycobiology and the biology of stem cells.

 

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Members of the Programme

Affiliated members

  • Dr Sergi Garcia-Manyes
  • Professor Franca Fraternail
  • Dr Matthias Krause
  • Professor Maddy Parsons
  • Professor Anne Ridley
  • Dr Vicky Sanz Moreno
  • Professor Fiona Watt

 

Upcoming Events

King’s Glyco-Day 18th October 2017

Host: Prof Joy Burchell

This is a chance for researchers at King’s who have an interest in glycobiology to present an overview of their research and perhaps find areas for collaborations and networking.

When: 10.00- 16.00 18th October 2017

Where: Innovation Hub, Guy’s Cancer Centre, Guy’s Campus

Information and attendance: Please contact Joy Burchell;  joy.burchell@kcl.ac.uk

 

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Contact

The programme is coordinated by Professor Joy Burchell and the administrator is Gursharn Hutchins. If you would like to join one of our next meeting, become part of the programme or get on the mailing list, please contact joy.burchell@kcl.ac.uk or gursharn.hutchins@kcl.ac.uk.

 

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