Discovering how microRNAs and circRNAs control cancer metastasis [ 2017 - 2021 ]

Research Grant

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Researchers: Prof Gregory Goodall (Principal investigator)

Brief description Most cancers arise from epithelial cells, and most deaths from these cancers are due to the transition of the cancer to an invasive form, that can invade tissues and establish secondary cancers (metastases). Our work will focus on understanding how recently discovered gene regulators, called microRNAs and circular RNAs, control changes in cancer cells to allow them to progress to invasive, metastatic forms and use this knowledge to find ways to block the process.

Funding Amount $AUD 783,213.69

Funding Scheme Research Fellowships

Notes Research Fellowship

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