Crick Lecture | Erik Sahai

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Talk Title: "What determines where cancer invades and when it might return?"

Principal Group Leader and Assistant Research Director Erik Sahai gives this week's Crick lecture.

Erik obtained his PhD with Richard Treisman in London studying RhoGTPases and their effectors. He then carried out post-doctoral work in both London (Chris Marshall) and New York (John Condeelis) before setting up his own group- the Tumour Cell Biology lab at the Cancer Research UK London Research Institute in 2004 which became part of the Crick in 2015.