Categorisation at the pathway level identifies a new cancer subtype

Philip Dunne’s group and collaborators have identified a previously overlooked subtype of colorectal cancer that they found had a very poor prognosis.

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    A humanised mouse can accelerate drug discovery

    A new paper in PNAS demonstrates how a mouse line extensively humanised for genes involved in drug metabolism can be used to accelerate infectious disease…

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      The new Ageing Cluster: Transforming our approach to understanding ageing

      The new Ageing Cluster aims to improve existing models of ageing to provide a resource for development of interventional strategies that improve quality of life…

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        The voices of our Network leads published in Cell Genomics

        Our Cluster leads, Director, Owen Sansom; and Mary Lyon Centre Director, Sara Wells, have published a Voices article in Cell Genomics: Better translation via collaboration:…

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          Join us for our second Network Associates Day

          Join us on 9th February in York to hear about the launch of the next Director's Fund call, and find out about other opportunities to…

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            Announcing the first set of projects supported by the Director’s Fund

            We are pleased to announce the first set of projects to receive funding from the MRC National Mouse Genetics Network Director’s Fund, which include projects…

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              Training Programme Webinar

              We are now in the process of building a research network training plan. The centrepiece will be a PhD programme that will foster the next…

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                GenerationResearch interns at the Mary Lyon Centre

                This summer, we have taken part in the University of York’s GenerationResearch programme for the first time by supporting two undergraduate internships

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