Articles tagged with: Bioinformatics

Fellows inaugurated at new Rutherford Academy of Population Genomics and Health Data Science

Posted in General News, Grants & Awards Published by Bethan Warman 16 May 2018

Fellows inaugurated at new Rutherford Academy of Population Genomics and Health Data Science

Queen Mary University of London has appointed four research fellows to its new Rutherford Academy of Population Genomics and Health Data Science, funded by the Medical Research Council and UK Research and Innovation’s Rutherford Fund. Two of the fellows include BCI’s Dr Kit Curtius and Dr Dayem Ullah.

Queen Mary’s new Rutherford Academy will be aligned to its research as a partner of the London substantive site of Health Data Research UK - a major new initiative to transform health through data science. Forty two of these prestigious fellowships were awarded following a rigorous national competition, resulting in four fellowships at Queen Mary out of a total of fourteen awarded to London universities.

London Pancreas Workshop 2018

Posted in General News, BCI Spotlight Articles, Events Published by Bethan Warman 11 May 2018

A forum for state-of-the-art clinical and basic research in pancreatic cancer

London Pancreas Workshop 2018

On Friday 4th May, BCI hosted the seventh London Pancreas Workshop, co-organised by Prof Hemant Kocher and our Director Prof Nick Lemoine, which attracted delegates from across Europe and America, with over 140 attendees in total. The biennial event is recognised as a forum for state-of-the-art clinical and basic research in pancreatic cancer.

The areas of focus for this year’s workshop were diagnostics, clinical trials and preclinical work for targeting pancreatic cancer. We heard a variety of interesting talks in these areas, delivered by researchers renowned in their fields.

Staying connected: New developments for tissue banking bioinformatics

Posted in General News, Publications Published by Bethan Warman 01 February 2018

Tissue banks are a valuable resource for scientists

Staying connected: New developments for tissue banking bioinformatics

A team of researchers at the Barts Cancer Institute (BCI) of Queen Mary University of London have developed new analytical tools to aid in the analysis of tissue bank (TB) samples, which are an extremely valuable resource for scientists.

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