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Call for applications for Junior group leader - LabEx DEVweCAN

The LabEx DEVweCAN is looking for an outstanding junior scientist to establish his/her own innovative research program in the field of immunology in cancer linked to the LabEx DEVweCAN program.

WSN granted for its ImmunoSarc project

The Liddy Shriver Sarcoma Initiative awarded a $340,400 research grant for WSN (collaborative study) on the immune system and the potential role of immunotherapy in sarcomas.

Best wishes for 2015 !

Applications invitation for Junior Chair Excellence

The Laboratory of Excellence (LabEx) DEVweCAN directed by Dr Patrick Mehlen invites applications for Junior group leader positions in Research Cancer Institutions in Lyon from 1st of January to 30th of April 2015.

EMT and stem cells : roles in the formation of cancer and metastases

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Dependence receptors

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French "Plan Cancer" 2014-2019

In the framework of objective 6 of the Cancer Plan 2014-2019 "Consolidating France’s position in personalized medicine / Generating and understanding big data", Synergie Lyon Cancer has joined with the CEA (France

Lyonnais research present at ASCO 2014

“At the beginning of June 2014 the 50th congress of the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) was held in Chicago, where more than 40,000 doctors and researchers went to present their results. Research against cancer is making progress. New therapeutic targets were unveiled, new therapeutic strategies explored, and new therapeutic paths are being studied.

The bioinformatics centre takes up the challenge

The “ICGC-TCGA DREAM Genomic Mutation Calling Challenge” was launched in 2014 by DREAM* to bioinformatics researchers all over the world.

The works of Alain Puisieux’s team published in Nature Cell Biology

The article presents Epithelial to Mesenchymal Transition as a dynamic and reversible process that confers a high degree of “plasticity” to pre-cancerous and cancerous cells.

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