Investigating roles for the FUBP family of Myc-regulators and their novel transcriptional targets in coordinating animal growth in vivo

Project Description

This project will identify novel pathways important to control of cell growth, which is fundamental to cancer initiation and progression. This work has potential to provide novel targets for both improving early cancer detection and open avenues to develop new drug targets for treating this devastating disease.

Lay Report

Year

2014-2016

Researchers

Dr Leonie Quinn, Dr David Levens

Funding Body

Cancer Council Research Grant

Institution

The University of Melbourne

Funding

$100,000 per annum

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