Professor Kjetil Taskén is head of the Signalling Networks in Health and Disease Group at NCMM. He shares some insight into his group's work with Precision Medicine and Cancer Drug Sensitivity Screening.
The Autophagy Team at NCMM studies processes that lead to intracellular degradation of cytoplasm, collectively referred to as autophagy (Greek for "self-eating"). The team is particularly interested in the role of autophagy in aspects related to cancer.
The Mathelier Group aims to create the next generation of cutting-edge algorithms and open computational biology software, with immediate application to real-life biological problems.
The new group leader at NCMM is one of the few in the world within the research theme of surface-adhered artificial cells.
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