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2021.03.01 | Research news

Children and brain tumours: In search of a cure

Blog by NCMM group leader, Dr Sebastian Waszak: Whilst there has been good progress in treating many types of childhood cancer, some remain incurable. New precision medicine approach offers hope for young patients diagnosed with a rare and incurable brain tumour.

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Breast Cancer Cells: Dr. Cecil Fox, Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons

2021.02.19 | Research news

AI pre­dicts ef­fic­acy of breast cancer treat­ment dir­ec­tly from tu­mor ar­chi­tec­ture

Researchers from the University of Helsinki have demonstrated the possibilities of artificial intelligence-based algorithms in predicting the efficacy of a targeted cancer therapy based on the tumour tissue architecture only, without specific molecular tests.

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2021.02.16 | Research news

Secret to how cholera adapts to temperature revealed

Research from the Cava Group at MIMS and collaborators at EMBL Heidelberg and Ohio State University has discovered an essential protein in cholera-causing bacteria that allows them to adapt to changes in temperature. The study has been published in eLife.

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2021.02.11 | News from the management

DANDRITE receives 75 million DKK from the Lundbeck Foundation for the continuation of DANDRITE from 2023-2028

The grant extends the ambitious neuroscience research initiative in Denmark and provides DANDRITE with the opportunity to continue until 2028. The prolongation of DANDRITE plays a key role in the Lundbeck Foundation's strategy to fund talent development in the field of neuroscience.

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