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Towards the next generation of cancer models.

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Within the Translational Cancer Genomics group at the Wellcome Sanger Institute, Hayley’s work is focused upon the derivation, characterisation and use of cancer organoid models for phenotypic screens to identify novel cancer therapies/targets as well as genetic biomarkers of drug response.

Hayley is the project lead for the Sanger Institute’s contribution to the international Human Cancer Models Initiative which aims to create a new cancer cell model resource.

Hayley is a Principal Staff Scientist in the Translational Cancer Genomics group and prior to this conducted a postdoc within the group. Hayley obtained her PhD from Cardiff University in collaboration with Astra Zeneca where she studied mechanisms of resistance to anti-hormone therapies in breast cancer.

This talk is part of the Electrical Engineering series.

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