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Professor Charlie Swanton's team will lead a new trial to determine whether lung cancer DNA in patients’ blood can predict the risk of relapse after surgery.
Our group aims to leverage the wealth of data from massively parallel sequencing efforts to understand carcinogenesis and cancer evolution.
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Crick scientists have found that chemicals found in vegetables such as cabbage, broccoli and cauliflower can prevent colon cancer.
General research interests of the Scaffidi Lab
We’re interested in building multidisciplinary teams and collaborating to progress translational projects and research