High cholesterol, mice and cancer: finding "druggable" targets

  • 20 Apr 2012

Two prominent cancer researchers will present their recent work in a mini-symposium sponsored by the PhD Scholars Programme in Cancer Biology on Thursday, 26 April, at 3pm in G05 Brookfield Health Sciences Complex in UCC. 

Prof Gerard Evan (Cambridge) will present, "Using switchable mouse genetics to identify cancer drug targets"; while Prof Donald McDonnell (Duke) will discuss the, "Definition of the molecular mechanisms that link hypercholesterolemia to increased risk of breast cancer."  The mini-symposium is free and open to the public.

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