New Co-author publications in Cancers and JCI

Its been a big month for publications, with 2 new co-author papers coming out. The first entitled “Trp53 and Rb1 regulate autophagy and ligand-dependent Hedgehog signaling” was published in the prestigious Journal of Clinical Investigation (JCI). [Link] Ligand-dependent activation of Hedgehog (Hh) signaling in cancer occurs without mutations in canonical pathway genes. Consequently, the genetic […]

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New Paper published: Analysis of pulsed cisplatin signalling dynamics identifies effectors of resistance in lung adenocarcinoma

Very excited to announce that our latest work, a joint collaboration led by fantastic Dr David Croucher and his lab at the Garvan Institute has just been published in the leading international journal eLife1. You can download and access the full article for free here [Link]. Key Points we made in the paper are: Most […]

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New Review Article: Breathing New Life into the Mechanisms of Platinum Resistance

Very excited to announce our latest mini-review/commentary article where we discuss the latest breakthroughs in the mechanism of Platinum chemotherapy resistance in Lung Adenocarcinoma. You can access the full article here for free [Link] You can also vote for our graphical abstract here in the BioRender art competion: https://app.biorender.com/contest/profile/5c536990917d2d0016e78a54-andrew-burgess/s-5eb4ba5c5aa21500b50a1732-mechanisms-of-cisplatin-resistance-in-lung-cancer

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New MethodsX paper: Label Free, Quantitative Single-Cell Fate Tracking of Time-Lapse Movies

Very excited to announce that in collaboration with the very talented Dr Liz Caldon, I have published a full guide and protocol for the simple, yet very powerful method for tracking and analysing individual single cells from time-lapse movies. This method can generate a huge amount of quantitative data and give amazing insights into the […]

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New Co-author Publications in Cell Reports, ACS Nano and Mol Oncology

It’s been a busy end to 2019 and start to 2020 with several new co-author publications being accepted. It’s been a pleasure collaborating with such a diverse and exciting bunch of researchers. Looking forward to more great and inspiring projects in 2020. Laan, S., Lévêque, M., Marcellin, G., Vezenkov, L., Lannay, Y., Dubra, G., Bompard, […]

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New Review: The Multiple Roles of YB-1 in Lung Cancer and Mesothelioma

Very excited to announce a new review from our PhD student Tom Johnson, in collaboration with Glen Reid’s laboratory, has been accepted and published in Frontiers in Cell and Developmental Biology. Its an excellent, comprehensive review of of the oncoprotein YB-1 in Lung Cancer and Mesothelioma. The review article is Open Access and free for […]

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