Articles tagged with: Breast

QMUL Festival of Communities

Posted in BCI on the Road, Engagement, Events, Images Published by Zoe Leech 09 June 2016

BCI Art Installation

QMUL Festival of Communities

The QMUL Festival of Communitites came to a conclusion on Saturday 4th June with the QMUL Campus Festival at Mile End.

The BCI had an exlusive photographic installation at the festival: "Bringing Cancer Research to Life", which showcased some of our beautiful science imagery...

BCI Postdoc wins breast cancer computer modelling image competition

Posted in Images Published by Zoe Leech 27 May 2016

BCI Postdoc wins breast cancer computer modelling image competition

Congratulations to our postdoctoral researcher Dr Ed Carter, whose 3D image of breast duct cells has won the Computer Modelling category in an image competition joint run by BioMed Central's Breast Cancer Research journal and Breast Cancer Now...

Clearing a path for better cancer treatments

Posted in Publications Published by Zoe Leech 15 September 2015

Clearing a path for better cancer treatments

Our researchers have a collaborative study published in Nature Communications on a new computational method to study biological signalling networks in healthy and cancer cells.

The method studies targets and effects of cancer drugs and ultimately could be used to routinely identify the best drug to treat patients...

Revolutionising Molecular Pathology in cancer: Prof Louise Jones

Posted in General News, BCI Spotlight Articles Published by Zoe Leech 29 July 2015

Revolutionising Molecular Pathology in cancer: Prof Louise Jones

Our Professor Louise Jones has been appointed Clinical Lead for Molecular Pathology in the Genomics England 100,000 Genomes Project.

This project is government-funded and aims to make new discoveries using genomics that will aid the diagnosis and treatment of cancer and rare diseases...

SEARCHBreast: reducing the need for animal models in breast cancer research

Posted in Publications Published by Zoe Leech 23 July 2015

SEARCHBreast: reducing the need for animal models in breast cancer research

Researchers here at BCI have developed the secure searchable online tissue database called SEARCHBreast in line with the "Replacement, Refinement and Reduction" or 3Rs of animals in research.

More funding has become available to develop tools and techniques that avoid repeating animal experiments and to make the most of the results we already have...

The Breast Cancer Campaign Tissue Bank: Bioinformatics Portal

Posted in Publications Published by Zoe Leech 09 June 2015

The Breast Cancer Campaign Tissue Bank: Bioinformatics Portal

BCI's Bioinformatics group has worked with Breast Cancer Campaign and the Tissue Bank project to create a bioinformatics tool that allows researchers to get more from samples and the literature...

Understanding centrosomes in cancer invasion: new MRC-funded project

Posted in Grants & Awards Published by Zoe Leech 09 April 2015

Understanding centrosomes in cancer invasion: new MRC-funded project

Dr Susana Godinho  has received a 3-year grant of £466,417 from the MRC to find out which signalling pathways are essential for cell invasion in cancer cells with extra centrosomes...

International Women's Day 2015: our brilliant scientists

Published by Zoe Leech 09 March 2015

International Women's Day 2015: our brilliant scientists

In STEM (science, technology, engineering and maths) fields, women still face specific challenges.

International Women's Day 2015 took place yesterday on March 8th in recognition of women's challenges globally, both professional and personal. Here we celebrate some of our excellent Barts women...

World Cancer Day 2015 - Barts Research supports new strategies

Posted in General News, Charity Published by Zoe Leech 04 February 2015

World Cancer Day 2015 - Barts Research supports new strategies

It's World Cancer Day: one in two people will develop cancer at some point in their lives, according to the most accurate forecast to date from the Barts CR-UK Centre for Cancer Prevention.

This increase from the previous estimate of 1 in 3 people highlights the need to improve public health and NHS cancer services so they can cope with a growing and ageing population...

Professor Schmid presents OPPORTUNE results at SABCS

Posted in Conferences Published by Zoe Leech 22 December 2014

Professor Schmid presents OPPORTUNE results at SABCS

Professor Peter Schmid, Centre Lead for the Centre for Experimental Cancer Medicine, recently presented results from the OPPORTUNE clinical trial at the world's largest Breast Cancer meeting: the San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium...

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