Alexandra Sexton-Oates will give a talk on the molecular characterisation of small cell lung carcinoma and other neuroendocrine lung neoplasms at the PPS Biennial Meeting in Cork, Ireland. The PPS aims to promote education, research, and modern clinical practice in pulmonary pathology, and it was a real honor for Alexandra to be given the opportunity
Mixed feelings (pride and sadness) of seeing our talented PhD student, Lise Mangiante, moving to her next career step: an amazing postdoc in Christina Curtis’ lab!!
Lynnette Fernandez-Cuesta presented the Rare Cancers Genomics initiative in these discussion series aiming at strengthening the collaboration between IARC-WHO and the ISC III.
Congratulations to the whole team! One invited talk, four abstracts selected for oral presentations, and two Early Career Education Awards! We will be presenting our recent data on the MESOMICS, lungNENomics, Artificial Intelligence and Cancer Evolution projects!
Lynnette Fernandez-Cuesta presented the RCG initiative at the ISCIII-IARC scientific discussion series about “Research and cancer: the impact of genomics in disease prevention and treatment”. Great opportunity to find common areas of research to start new scientific collaborations.
Nicolas Alcala and Noah Rosenberg report new theoretical results regarding the use and interpretation of population structure statistics. This work is part of a themed issue in Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B entitled “Celebrating 50 years since Lewontin’s apportionment of human diversity,” featuring articles about the legacy of Lewontin’s 1972 seminal paper in
Matthieu Foll presented the challenges and opportunities of genomics data sharing in the context of rare cancers in the plenary session of the annual CLARA Forum. Matthieu is also now co-leading the CLARA scientific steering committee pilar “Innovations Technology for Health” together with Prof. Florent Cachin.
Ricardo Blázquez-Encinas, a PhD Student who visited our group for three months, has won the fourth place for oral abstract presentation in the category Basic Science in ENETS Conference 2022, presenting his work done in our lab. Congratulations!
We are proud of finally seeing the Rare Cancers Genomics initiative officialised with the creation of the Rare Cancers Genomics Team in the new IARC-WHO organization, co-led by Matthieu Foll and Lynnette Fernandez-Cuesta.