Congratulations to Alexandra Sexton-Oates for taking home second prize for her oral presentation entitled ‘Characterising pulmonary carcinoids through molecular analyses within the lungNENomics project’ at ECSA Day on November 23. This Research Day provides PhD students and postdocs the opportunity to present their work in a friendly and supportive environment, and to receive feedback on
Two postdoctoral positions opened in our Rare Cancers Genomics team: one on single-cell and spatial ‘omics of rare cancers and one on deep-learning image and ‘omics data analysis of rare cancers
Please check the details for first one here and the second one here or on our vacancies page.
Alexandra Sexton-Oates presented the latest results of the lungNENomics project with an oral talk entitled “Reconciling lung carcinoid histopathological and molecular classifications” during the 2023 Margie & Robert E. Peterson Neuroendocrine Tumor Research Foundation (NETRF) Symposium, Boston, USA (November 15-17). This work has been funded by a NETRF 2022 investigator award to Matthieu Foll.