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25 May 2017

Translational breast cancer research crossing the boundary from lab to clinic

Dr. Jason Carroll at the Cancer Research UK Cambridge Institute is taking his research on the effect of progesterone on cancer cell growth rate in double-positive breast cancer cells from the lab into the clinic with three new clinical trials.

22 May 2017

Highlights of the 7th EACR-OECI Joint Training Course: ‘Molecular Pathology Approach to Cancer’

Look back at what happened at the seventh joint EACR-OECI course on Molecular Pathology Approach to Cancer in Amsterdam from 08 – 10 May 2017. 

12 May 2017

Report from our EACR correspondent at the 1st International Cancer Research @ Bath Symposium

Read the report from Richard Buchanan, who last month attended the Cancer Research @ Bath Symposium (20 - 21 April 2017, Bath, UK).

08 May 2017

Image of the Month: May 2017

Congratulations to our May winner Atena Malakpour, a 1st year PhD student from the department of Biology at Lund University in Sweden. She sent this beautiful immunofluorescence image of JIMT-1 breast cancer cells and human dermal fibroblasts.

25 Apr 2017

Novel video animations and textbook on signal transduction in cancer

Recently, Wiley-VCH published novel animations and a textbook entitled “Cancer Signaling: From Molecular Biology to Targeted Therapy”, authored by EACR member Christoph Wagener, Carol Stocking and Oliver Müller.

11 Apr 2017

Image of the Month: April 2017

Our congratulations go to our April winners Tilman Esser and Dr. Muriel Lizé from the Molecular & Experimental Pneumology group at the University Medical Center Göttingen in Germany. They sent this entertaining image of immunofluorescent staining of a murine uterus revealing a tiny monster.

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