Updated on: 23.09.15
The Haematology Research Laboratory
At the Hematological Research Laboratory, Aalborg University Hospital, we strive to explore the molecular mechanisms that underlie cellular function and contribute to human disease. In a multidisciplinary effort that spans molecular biology, medicine, and biostatistics we aim at deconstructing cellular differentiation derived chemotherapy resistance as a driver of cancer progression in several hematological malignancies and translate these discoveries into new diagnostic, prognostic and predictive characteristics.
The Hematological Research Laboratory integrate cell analysis, genome scale high throughput technologies, functional single gene analysis and biostatistics combined with computational modeling in our approach to link cellular differentiation, disease development and chemotherapy resistance.
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9 September 2015 Grant from the Danish Cancer Society Consultant haematologist Tarec Christoffer El-Galaly has received a grant… »
8 September 2015 Inaugural reception of the Center for RNA Medicine, Department of Clinical Medicine, Aalborg University, on 8… »
10 August 2015 PhD Course on 10-12 November 2015 at Klitgaarden, Skagen A PhD course with the title "… »
22 June 2015 Research Fellowship at Stanford University Medical Center, California From 1 September 2015 – end of June… »
15 June 2015 Grants from Region Nordjyllands Forskningsfond Andreas Rasmussen has received a grant from Region Nordjyllands Forskningsfond for DKK… »
26 March 2015 Annual National Haematological PhD Course on 12-13 March 2015 at Hindsgavl Karen Dybkær participated as… »
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