Recently graduated student Deli Liu, and senior student Chi Zhang, have been awarded the Ying Xu Outstanding Student Paper Award of 2014 by the UGA Institute of Bioinformatics. Deli Liu’s paper, “Molecular Homology and Difference between Spontaneous Canine Mammary Cancer and Human Breast Cancer” was published
The latest book by Dr. Ying Xu, along with co-authors Drs. J. David Puett and former lab member Juan Cui, Cancer Bioinformatics has been published by Springer. As described by the publisher, the book: Focuses on the understanding of cancer biology from an informatics perspective Provides a unified conceptual framework
Former Assistant Research Scientist Xizeng Mao has begun a new position as an Institute Research Scientist in the Institute for Applied Cancer Science at MD Anderson. He will develop software that will determine the amount of cancer drug an individual should take based on their personal genetic and clinical data.
by Alan Flurry Athens, Ga. – Chronic inflammation that induces low oxygen levels, or hypoxia, is a widely accepted cause of cancer development. However, the link between hypoxia and cell proliferation is far from clear. A new study by University of Georgia researchers presents a model explaining the connection between
For the second year in a row a CSBL graduate student has received the prestigious Innovative and Interdisciplinary Research Grant awarded by the UGA Graduate School. This year Sha Cao was recognized for her ongoing cancer research and received the maximum grant offered. Cao plans to use the award to