The role of cell polarity regulators in mammary gland development & breast cancer

Lead researcher

Dr Patrick Humbert

Institution

Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre

Years funded

2012-2014

The incorrect orientation or shape of cells within breast tissue is one of the earliest signs of cancer. A better understanding of how the genes that control tissue organisation are involved in breast cancer may not only lead to the discovery of useful prognostic markers to grade pre-malignant breast lesions, but will also provide molecular insights into mammary gland biology and breast cancer progression.

Lay Report - Final

How does tissue disorganization promote breast cancer?

Funding Body

Cancer Council Research Grant

Funding

$100,000 per annum

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