- Faculty of Biological Sciences
- Research and innovation
- Our research
We study the molecular and cellular basis of cancer and the development of target-specific therapeutics.
Our research ranges from analysis of genomes and transcriptomes in cancer, structural biology and dynamics of cancer regulatory pathways, and mechanistic understanding of intracellular and inter-cellular signalling to aberrant tissue homeostasis, the biology of viruses that cause cancer and screening and design of potential therapeutic leads.
Academics in Cancer
Postdoctoral Researchers in Cancer
Understanding the structure of oncogenes and cancer growth regulatory proteins and the mechanistic basis of aberrant intra- and inter-cellular communication.More on Cell Signalling
Understanding cancer cells behaviour and cytoskeletal organisation, the role of the tumour stroma and the control of tumour angiogenesis.More on Tumour Biology
Understanding the mechanisms of virus-induced cancer development.More on Viral Oncology
Screening and optimisation of small molecules and peptide-based diagnostic and therapeutic compounds.More on Cancer Therapeutics