Today, Alicia L. Bruzos that has been working with PhD. Michael Metzger on CRISPR experiments with clams is coming back to Genomes & Disease lab to share her results.
We interacted with the general people at the main Outreach Activities Day of our research centre CIMUS
Talk presentation by Monica Martinez on the development of tools for the identification of cancer retrotransposition in the clinic
We have celebrated the 3rd Meeting of the International Common Cockle Genome Consortium (ICCGC)
Our group was present at the #IBCG2018 with two talks by the Postdoctoral researcher Monica Martinez and the PhD Studet Eva G. Alvarez !
Today Andrea Lema, joins Mobile Genomes & Disease lab as a lab technician.
Today Javier Temes, physicist and biologist, joins Mobile Genomes & Disease lab as a bioinformatician.
PhD. Michael Metzger has visited MGD lab to establish current and future collaborations between our groups. Metzger's lab focuses on the intersection between genomics, cancer, and the evolution of host-pathogen interactions. During these days we have also had the opportunity to attend a talk he gave at the CIMUS about transmissible cancers.
Over the next three years, Sonia will study new mutational processes mediated by retrotransposons in cancer. Congratulations!
He will join the SCUBA CANCERS Project team to explore the genetic causes of cancer under the sea
She was awarded a €200K fellowship from Spanish Association Against Cancer (AECC) to investigate the impact of somatic retrotransposition on cancer genome function
He presents our recent work entitled 'Pan-cancer analysis of whole genomes reveals driver rearrangements promoted by LINE-1 retrotransposition in human tumours'
Our PhD student Alicia L. Bruzos got the first prize for the best poster presentation by the Sociedad Española de Acuicultura (SEA) at the XX Marine Resources Forum for her research on cockle reference genome sequencing.
Our PhD student Eva G. Alvarez got the first prize for the best poster presentation at the IBCG2017 meeting for her research on viruses and cancer
Over the next two years, Eva and Martin will study the role of mobile DNA in the cancer genome