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Read more at: Prof Kathy Belov visits the TCG
Prof Kathy Belov visits the TCG

Prof Kathy Belov visits the TCG

11 November 2015

Professor Kathy Belov, from the University of Sydney, came to visit the TCG this week. Kathy is a colleague working on Tasmanian devils and other Australian species.


Read more at: TCG welcomes new group member Tracy Wang
TCG welcomes new group member Tracy Wang

TCG welcomes new group member Tracy Wang

11 November 2015

Welcome to new TCG group member Dr Tracy Wang, who has joined us today! Tracy will take the role of Lab Manager / Project coordinator. Welcome, Tracy!


Read more at: TCG research highlighted on University of Cambridge website

TCG research highlighted on University of Cambridge website

4 November 2015

Research from the TCG has been highlighted on the University of Cambridge website in an article entitled “ T is for Tasmanian devil ”. This article is part of an “animal alphabet” which looks at a selection of different animals featuring in research at Cambridge.


Read more at: Elizabeth Murchison receives Honourable Mention for 2016 Rosalind Franklin Young Investigator Award

Elizabeth Murchison receives Honourable Mention for 2016 Rosalind Franklin Young Investigator Award

4 November 2015

Elizabeth Murchison has been named runner-up for the 2016 Genetics Society of America (GSA) Rosalind Franklin Young Investigator Award of the Gruber Foundation . The award is to honour the ground-breaking contributions of Dr Rosalind Franklin in genetics research and to inspire and support new generations of women in the...


Read more at: TCG Spanish dinner to farewell Jose Tubio
TCG Spanish dinner to farewell Jose Tubio

TCG Spanish dinner to farewell Jose Tubio

21 October 2015

The TCG had a farewell dinner for Jose Tubio, who is returning to Spain next week. Jose will be starting his own group at the University of Vigo. We wished him farewell with (not-so-authentic) Spanish tapas.


Read more at: New position available within the Transmissible Cancer Group

New position available within the Transmissible Cancer Group

19 August 2015

A new position is available for a Research Laboratory Technician within the Transmissible Cancer Group. This role is an exciting opportunity to get involved in research on transmissible cancers in both dogs and Tasmanian devils! More information available here: http://www.jobs.cam.ac.uk/job/7847/


Read more at: Andrea Strakova wins Kennel Club award for best student talk
Andrea Strakova wins Kennel Club award for best student talk

Andrea Strakova wins Kennel Club award for best student talk

26 June 2015

Congratulations to Andrea Strakova, who has been awarded a £500 prize for delivering the best student talk at the Advances in Canine and Feline Genomics Conference! Andrea’s talk was entitled “Tracing the evolution and worldwide spread of the canine transmissible venereal tumour”. Andrea was also awarded a prize for...


Read more at: Transmissible Cancer Group members present at Canine Genome Conference
Transmissible Cancer Group members present at Canine Genome Conference

Transmissible Cancer Group members present at Canine Genome Conference

24 June 2015

Andrea Strakova and Elizabeth Murchison both gave presentations at the International Conference on Advances in Canine an Feline Genomics and Inherited Diseases, held in Cambridge from 23 rd to 26 th June. The photo shows Andrea giving her talk, entitled “Tracing the evolution and worldwide spread of the canine...


Read more at: Jose Tubio awarded prestigious fellowship
Jose Tubio awarded prestigious fellowship

Jose Tubio awarded prestigious fellowship

21 June 2015

Congratulations to Jose Tubio, who has received a prestigious Ramón y Cajal Fellowship from the Spanish Government. We celebrated at the Eagle Pub, where DNA was announced. This is an enormous achievement, many congratulations, Jose!


Read more at: Three new members of Transmissible Cancer Group
Three new members of Transmissible Cancer Group

Three new members of Transmissible Cancer Group

4 June 2015

Adrian Baez-Ortega, Max Stammnitz and Daniel Martin-Herranz recently joined the Transmissible Cancer Group for summer 2015. Max and Daniel are part of the Cambridge MPhil in Computational Biology, and Adrian is a visiting researcher from Spain. Adrian, Max and Daniel are analysing transmissible cancer genomes in both dogs...


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