The programme can also benefit scientists, medical oncologists, breast surgeons, pathologists, imaging specialists, radiation oncologists, and other professionals involved in breast cancer research.
- Patient-derived xenografts: dissecting the mechanisms of resistance to systemic therapies
- Liquid biopsy: Monitoring tumour-derived cell-free DNA, miRNA,CTCs and exosomes in patients with breast cancer
- Nanotechnology approaches for the treatment and diagnosis of breast cancer
- Pathways for drug discovery and development: from next generation genomics to next generation therapies
- NUMB3RS and mathematical modeling to map the subway of biological networks
- Metastatic dormancy: investigating early dissemination and tumour cell quiescence