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This seminar series offers a forum to present quantitative approaches to cancer research and biology, including genomics and imaging.
Seminars are held on a bi-weekly basis every first and third Monday of each month in the Cancer Research UK Cambridge Institute. The seminar series usually takes a break in January, July and August.If you want to be sent updates on talks please
If you have any other queries about this seminar series please contact Florian Markowetz.
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