Identification of novel treatment strategies for human cancers through integrative phosphoproteomics and kinomics. [ 2014 - 2018 ]

Also known as: Identification of improved strategies for treating human cancers.

Research Grant

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Researchers: Prof Roger Daly (Principal investigator)

Brief description This proposal aims to use new cutting-edge techniques to characterize, at a global level, changes in growth regulatory signals in cancer cells. This will identify proteins critical for cancer growth that represent potential targets for therapy. In addition it will highlight ways to select the most effective treatments for individual patients. The ultimate outcome of this work will be improved treatment strategies for cancer patients, and hence reduced morbidity and mortality.

Funding Amount $AUD 763,409.04

Funding Scheme Research Fellowships

Notes Research Fellowship

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