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Ovarian cancer’s protective barrier: how the tumour matrix teaches cells to disarm immune attack

15th May 2023

The results suggest new strategies to overcome the cancer’s defences and treat patients more effectively

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Welcoming Professor Francesca Ciccarelli to the BCI

24th April 2023

Professor Francesca Ciccarelli will be joining Barts Cancer Institute to lead our Centre for Cancer Genomics & Computational Biology.

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Clinical trial shows tumour-starving drug improves survival of mesothelioma

16th April 2023

An innovative therapy provides new hope to patients with malignant mesothelioma – a rare but rapidly fatal type of cancer with few effective treatment options – according to results presented by Professor Peter Szlosarek and his team at Barts Cancer Institute, Queen Mary University of London.

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Vitamin B5 could improve red blood cell production in people with myelodysplastic syndromes

2nd March 2023

Scientists from Barts Cancer Institute at Queen Mary University of London and the Francis Crick Institute, have uncovered why patients with a rare type of blood cancer suffer from ineffective red blood cell production, and how vitamin B5 could be combined with existing drugs to improve outcomes.

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Introducing Dr Özgen Deniz

21st December 2022

We are pleased to welcome Dr Özgen Deniz to Barts Cancer Institute (BCI) at Queen Mary University of London as a Lecturer and Group Leader. After receiving a Cancer Research UK Career Development Fellowship, Dr Deniz is establishing her own independent research group in BCI’s Centre for Haemato-Oncology.

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BCI researcher part of Strategic Collaboration Agreement with Queen Mary, Envisagenics and Cancer Research Horizons

14th December 2022

BCI’s Dr Ana Rio-Machin is part of a new research collaboration agreement that will leverage Envisagenics’ SpliceCore® AI platform for expanded discovery and research in haematopoietic cancers.

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