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Read more at: Transmissible cancer mini-symposium in Southampton
Transmissible cancer mini-symposium in Southampton

Transmissible cancer mini-symposium in Southampton

12 May 2015

We had a day-long mini-symposium on transmissible cancers with our collaborators at the University of Southampton. On the way home we had Red Velvet cake at King's Cross station.


Read more at: Welcome new Transmissible Cancer Group member Jose Tubio
Welcome new Transmissible Cancer Group member Jose Tubio

Welcome new Transmissible Cancer Group member Jose Tubio

1 May 2015

Dr Jose Tubio joined our group today as a new Postdoctoral Research Associate. Jose will be investigating genome evolution in DFTD and CTVT. Welcome, Jose!


Read more at: Welcome new Transmissible Cancer Group member Jose Tubio
Welcome new Transmissible Cancer Group member Jose Tubio

Welcome new Transmissible Cancer Group member Jose Tubio

1 May 2015

Dr Jose Tubio joined our group today as a new Postdoctoral Research Associate. Jose will be investigating genome evolution in DFTD and CTVT. Welcome, Jose!


Read more at: A third transmissible cancer found in clams

A third transmissible cancer found in clams

16 April 2015

Contagious cancers may be more common than expected - researchers from Columbia University have just discovered a third transmissible cancer, affecting soft-shell clams on the East Coast of North America. Clam disseminated neoplasia, a leukemia-like disease, has been known for years and was previously thought to be caused...


Read more at: New review on CTVT published by our group
New review on CTVT published by our group

New review on CTVT published by our group

13 April 2015

A new review entitled “The cancer which survived: insights from the genome of an 11 000 year-old cancer” has just been published by our group in Current Opinion in Genetics and Development ! If you would be interested in reading more about canine transmissible venereal tumour and the adaptations which it has acquired as a...


Read more at: Congratulations to our collaborator Mayra Martinez!
Congratulations to our collaborator Mayra Martinez!

Congratulations to our collaborator Mayra Martinez!

25 March 2015

Mayra Martinez, our CTVT collaborator in Ecuador, passed her thesis viva today with a perfect score of 10/10. Mayra performed her thesis research on physiological changes triggered by CTVT in dogs. Congratulations, Mayra!


Read more at: New Transmissible Cancer Group website launches

New Transmissible Cancer Group website launches

3 March 2015

Today the Transmissible Cancer Group website was launched at the Vet School.


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