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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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OPTIMA: Improving treatment for cancer patients through artificial intelligence

12th October 2021

Professors Claude Chelala and Louise Jones from Barts Cancer Institute, Queen Mary University of London, are part of a €21.3 million public-private research programme that will seek to use artificial intelligence to improve care for patients with prostate, breast and lung cancer.

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Dissecting complex biological pathways with machine learning

19th July 2021

We spoke with Group Leader Dr Jun Wang and Postdoctoral Researcher Dr Anthony Anene from Barts Cancer Institute’s Centre for Cancer Genomics & Computational Biology about their most recent publication. Published in Patterns, the paper describes the development of a machine-learning tool called ACSNI that can be used to predict tissue-specific pathway components from large biological datasets.

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SNPnexus in the fight against COVID-19

8th February 2021

Researchers from Barts Cancer Institute, Queen Mary University of London, have released a web-based tool called SNPnexus COVID to streamline the analysis of host genetic sequencing data and allow for the identification and prioritisation of genetic variants that may impact an individual’s susceptibility to and the severity of COVID-19 infection.

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Biological clues in tissues surrounding breast tumours

9th September 2020

A new study has identified molecular characteristics in ‘normal-looking’ tissues surrounding breast tumours that may indicate whether breast cancer is likely to return following surgical removal of the tumour.

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IBD and bowel cancer

29th April 2019

April is Bowel Cancer Awareness Month. We recently spoke with Dr Kit Curtius about her work which focuses on understanding how normal tissues evolve to become cancerous, with a particular interest in gastrointestinal pre-malignancies such as inflammatory bowel disease.

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