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Andreas Trumpp DKFZ & HI-STEM, Germany “Circulating Metastasis-Initiating Cells in Breast Cancer” Fiona Watt University of Cambridge & CRUK - CRI, UK “Contribution of stem cells and differentiated cells to development of tumours of multilayered epithelia” Pier G Pelicci European Institute of Oncology, Italy “Regulation of self renewal in Cancer Stem Cells” Ashley Hamilton London Research Institute, UK “Investigation into the cross-talk between AML cells and the bone marrow microenvironment” Jane Holland Max Delbrueck Center for Molecular Medicine, Germany “Wnt and Met Signaling Controls Self-renewal and Differentiation in Mammary Gland Cancer Stem Cells” Session 4 The EMBO Young Investigator Lecture by: Cedric Blanpain Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium “Cutaneous cancer stem cells” Thomas Brabletz University of Freiburg, Germany “microRNAs, EMT and Cancer Stem Cells” Matt Smalley Cardiff University, UK “Stem and progenitor cells as the origins of breast cancer subtypes” Tony Green University of Cambridge, UK “JAK/STAT signalling, stem cell subversion and myeloproliferative neoplasms” Alejandra Bruna Cancer Research UK – CRI, UK “TGFβ induces breast tumour initiating cells in claudinlow breast cancer using a NEDD9-Smad-SRF pathway” Steven Pollard University College London, UK “Epigenetic resetting of human glioblastoma cells leads to lineage specific reactivation of tumour suppressors”

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Cambridge Stem Cell Institute Brochure 2012  
Cambridge Stem Cell Institute Brochure 2012