[04/10/2021] Congratulations to our new Masters’ students Izzi and Vicky for receiving the MRes course prize for the highest overall grade this year.
[08/06/2021] Applications are now open for a Computational Research Associate within the Breast Cancer NOW Unit, School of Cancer and Pharmaceutical Sciences, at King’s College London. Find out more here.
[04/09/2020] Congratulations to Ellie for winning the School of Cancer and Pharmaceutical Sciences Postgraduate Research Symposium photo competition!
[17/02/2020] Jelmar will present a poster at AACR Annual Meeting 2020 in San Diego, USA
[02/01/2020] Tom will present a poster at the UKIBCS 2020 conference in Birmingham
[02/01/2020] Ellie joined the group as a PhD student
[31/10/2019] Radhika, Jelmar & Anita are teaching at the second UK India Bioinformatics workshop organised in collaboration with the Tata Memorial Centre.
23/10/2019] Radhika is presenting a poster at Host Microbiome Interactions conference at the Wellcome Genome Campus.
[08/10/2019] We have a new PhD available – More details can be found here.
[30/09/2019] Fangfang Joined the group
[21/09/2019] Kinjalka joined the group for a Masters project
[15/08/2019] We have a new position open for a Bioinformatician, applications close on Sunday 15th September 2019. More details and how to apply can be found here.
[01/07/2019] Mahedah, Animesh, Alfonso and Christelle left after completing their masters / summer projects with the group
[04/06/2019] Orsi will give a talk at the British Breast Group meeting in Sheffield on 28th June – presenting the findings on genomic instability in metastatic TNBC in the TNT trial
[03/06/2019] Tom is visiting the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill to meet with collaborators on the lymph node project
[08/04/2019] Alfonso has joined the group for a masters project
[08/04/2019] Mahedah has joined the group for a masters project
[08/04/2019] Animesh has joined the group for a summer project
[08/04/2019] Suman has joined the group for a masters project
[07/01/2019] Christelle joined the group for a six month masters project.
[02/01/2019] Chang joined the group as a post doc.
[30/11/2018] Ayesha left the group to take up a bioinformatics position at the Max Planck Institute.
[23/11/2018] Salpie passed her PhD viva!
[05/11/2018] We have two new positions available with in our group. For more information on both of these, visit the Jobs page.
[28/10/2018] Antia, Tom & Jelmar are in Mumbai teaching the UK India Bioinformatics Workshop on NGS Data Analysis organised in collaboration with the Tata Memorial Centre.
[05/10/2018] Our paper entitled “A four-gene decision tree signature classification of triple-negative breast cancer: Implications for targeted therapeutics” has been accepted for publication in Molecular Cancer Therapeutics.
[01/10/2018] Radhika joined the group as new PhD student.
[20/09/2018] Dalia passed her PhD Viva! Congratulations!
[15/09/2018] Our review entitled “Molecular patterns of cancer colonisation in lymph nodes of breast cancer patients” has been accepted for publication in Breast Cancer Research.
[05/07/2018] Yue joined the group as a new PhD student.
[01/07/2018] Lawson and Ayesha joined the group for their data science master project.
[29/06/2018] We have a new position available in our group. More details can be found here, Applications close on the 23rd July 2018.
[15/05/2018] Anita presented a talk as part of the the Pint of Science festival .
[08/05/2018] Jelmar passed his PhD Viva! Congratulations Dr. Quist!
[01/05/2018] We have a new MRC funded PhD in data science and artificial Intelligence looking to use deep learning to predict outcome in cancer patients. Applications are open until 23:59 on Monday 28th May. More details can be found here.
[16-20/04/2018] Tom attended an Advanced RNA Sequencing course run by EBI at the Wellcome Genome Campus.
[02/04/2018] Boon Fong Chong has joined the group for a masters project.
[28/03/2018] Anita has been appointed to the role of School Lead (International) in the School of Cancer & Pharmaceutical Science.
[12-18/03/2018] Tom attended a Cancer Genomic course run by Bioinformatics Canada at the Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory.
[23/01/2018] Our paper on lymph node architectural changes predictive for developing distant metastasis has been published in J Path: Clinical Research, and had press coverage in The Daily Mail, EurekAlert and KCL
[15-16/01/2018] Jelmar’s abstract was accepted for an oral presentation at the
UK Interdisciplinary Breast Cancer Symposium in Manchester.
[5-8/11/2017] Hasan’s abstract was accepted for Oral presentation at NCRI conference in November at Liverpool.
[02/11/17] Our work on
“Gene expression modules in primary breast cancers as risk factors for organotropic patterns of first metastatic spread: a case control study” has now been published in Breast Cancer Research and is featured in KCL Spotlight
[16-18/10/2017] Anita was a keynote speaker at the 2017 NETTAB Workshop at Palermo: Methods, tools & platforms for Personalized Medicine in the Big Data Era
[13-14/10/2017] Anita presented a poster at MAP 2017 – Molecular Analysis for Personalised Therapy , conference in Zurich titled “Immune-stroma-histological (ISH)-risk score identifies low-risk group within LN-positive breast cancers”
[28/09/2017] Anita gave a talk at Imperial College London on “Capturing the intra- and inter- tumor heterogeneity to identify potential biomarkers of progression of low Grade prostate cancers”
[25/09/2017] Gaurav Chatterjee has joined the group.
[25/09/2017] Tom Hardiman has joined the group.
[11/09/2017] Orsolya Sipos has joined the group.
[15/08/2017] Jelmar visited the Netherlands Cancer Institute (NKI) to discuss his work on HORMAD1 as a driver of genomic instability in triple-negative breast cancer.
[03/04/2017] Jelmar’s abstract has been selected for an oral presentation at the 2017 ASCO Annual Meeting taking place June 2-6.
[27/01/2017] Jelmar presented his work at British Breast Group meeting in York.
[21-25/11/2016] Cancer bioinformatics, in collaboration with KCL Cancer Division, conducted the “Master Class in Translational Research using Bioinformatics and Epidemiology” from 21-25 November 2016.
[06-09/11/2016] Aisyah, Jelmar, and Salpie attended the 2016 NCRI Cancer Conference in Liverpool UK
[20/10/2016] Anita hosted the NanoString workshop
[14/10/2016] Salpie presented her work at “Making Progress: Research Network UK” at the Royal College of Physicians.
[05/10/2016] Anita visited TATA Memorial Hospital, Mumbai
[29/09/2016] Qingli Guo joined the group
[29/09/2016] Cancer Bioinformatics hosted the 2nd Central European Bioinformatics Meeting
[13/09/2016] Anita is presenting at 3rd Precision Medicine Congress.
[12/09/2016] Aisyah is attending the 3rd Precision Medicine Congress.
[25/08/2016] Irvin has completed his summer intership and is back in France to complete his undergraduate.
[15/08/2016] Salpie started her visit at the Harvard University.
[02/08/2016] Jelmar is demonstrating at the KHP BRC Summerschool where he will explain breast cancer classification with microarray analysis using Connect Four.
[22/07/2016] Cancer Bioinformatics is attending the UK Breast Cancer Research Symposium 2016.
[06/07/2016] Jelmar is attending the Seventh NIHR Infrastructure Doctoral Training Camp at the Ashridge Business School from 6th-8th July 2016
[29/04/2016] Aisyah has received the EACR Student Travel Award to present her research at the EACR24 Congress in Manchester, UK, 9-12 July 2016
[23/10/2015] A 5-day short course “Master Class in Translational Research using Bioinformatics and Epidemiology” is being organized by the Division of Cancer Studies and run by <a href=”https://cancerbioinformatics.co.uk/people/#anita” target=”_blank”>Dr. Anita Grigoriadis</a>, Dr. Mieke Van Hemelrijck, and Professor Lars Holmberg. The course will be held at<a href=”http://www.kcl.ac.uk/campuslife/campuses/guys/Guys.aspx”target=”_blank”> King’s College London’s Guy’s Campus</a> from 16th to 20th November 2015 and will provide the conceptual framework as well as a methodological introduction to the integrated use of epidemiology and bioinformatics approaches in modern translational research. For more information and registration <a href=”https://www.kcl.ac.uk/prospectus/shortcourses/details/name/master-class-in-translational-research-using-bioinformatics-and-epidemiology–obr-november-2015-cbr-/keyword/medicine=”target=”_blank”>click here.</a>
[15/10/2015] <a href=”https://cancerbioinformatics.co.uk/people/#aisyah” target=”_blank”>Aisyah</a> is visiting researchers at the lab of <a href=”http://peroulab.med.unc.edu/” target=”_blank”>Charles Perou</a> at the University of North Carolina until November 14, 2015.
[02/10/2015] <a href=”https://cancerbioinformatics.co.uk/people/#kayleigh” target=”_blank”>Kayleigh Ougham</a> has joined the group as a PhD student. Welcome, Kayleigh!
[01/09/2015] <a href=”https://cancerbioinformatics.co.uk/people/#tom” target=”_blank”>Tom</a> joined the group for a summer project. He set up the Cancer Bioinformatics website.
[29/07/2015] <a href=”https://cancerbioinformatics.co.uk/people/#aisyah” target=”_blank”>Aisyah</a> has been awarded a KCL-UNC Partnership Grant for a one-month research exchange trip to the University of North Carolina.