Grant number: 1002117 | Funding period: 2011 - 2016
Rob Ramsay has had a long standing research commitment to understanding bowel and breast cancer using mouse models with defined genetic defects. These sophisticated models replicate various stages of cancer development and some have profound effects on normal tissue biology. He also uses molecular tools to investigate how genes are controlled. These approaches are providing direct input into the development of therapeutic agents for cancer treatment.
Related publications (10)
Immunomodulation by MYB is associated with tumor relapse in patients with early stage colorectal cancer
Rosemary Millen, Jordane Malaterre, Ryan S Cross, Sandra Carpinteri, Jayesh Desai, Ben Tran, Phillip Darcy, Peter Gibbs, Oliver Sieber, Nikolajs Zeps, Paul Waring, Stephen Fox, Lloyd Pereira, Robert G Ramsay
Cohesin Rad21 Mediates Loss of Heterozygosity and Is Upregulated via Wnt Promoting Transcriptional Dysregulation in Gastrointestinal Tumors
Huiling Xu, Yuqian Yan, Siddhartha Deb, Danny Rangasamy, Markus Germann, Jordane Malaterre, Noreen C Eder, Robyn L Ward, Nicholas J Hawkins, Richard W Tothill, Long Chen, Neil J Mortensen, Stephen B Fox, Michael J McKay, Robert G Ramsay