We are a vibrant research group focusing on the tumour microenvironment in cancer. We are located at University of Liverpool in the Department of Molecular and Clinical Cancer Medicine and we are part of the Institute of Systems, Molecular and Integrative Biology (ISMIB).
Our PI Michael Schmid is a Professor of Cancer Biology and Head of the Department of Molecular and Clinical Cancer Medicine. Our lab is studying how non-cancerous stromal cells promote tumour progression and resistance to anti-cancer therapy. Our ultimate aim is to identify new therapeutic possibilities to fight cancer.
To achieve this, we are using a variety of multi-disciplinary methods to study stroma – tumour cell interactions and to identify and validate novel therapeutic targets.
Dept of Molecular & Clinical Cancer Medicine, Liverpool University, Sherrington Building, Ashton Street, Liverpool L69 3GE, UK
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To connect our translational research to direct clinical applications.
Train and support new student scientist and accompany them to become motivated cancer researchers.
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