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Quantitative Phosphoproteomics, Cellular Signaling, Imaging, Mathematical Modelling

  • Patrick CASWELL, FBMH, The University of Manchester, UK: Cell migration and invasion in 3D. Time-lapse imaging.
  • Raman DAS, FBMH, The University of Manchester, UK: Mechanisms of cell polarity.
  • Berenika PLUSA, FBMH, The University of Manchester, UK: FGFR signaling specificity in early mouse development.
  • Jean-Marc SCHWARTZ, FBMH, The University of Manchester, UK: Mathematical modeling of cellular signaling networks.
  • Cathy TOURNIER, FBMH, The University of Manchester, UK: ERK5 signaling and interactors.
  • Phil WOODMAN, FBMH, The University of Manchester, UK: Mechanisms of EGFR sorting (BBSRC grant).
  • Jennet GUMMADOVA, FSE, The University of Manchester, UK: Expression and purification of FGFR-related molecular tools.
  • Rob CLARKE, MCRC, Manchester, UK: Breast cancer metastasis signaling networks.
  • Ciara o’BRIEN, The Christie, Manchester: Breast cancer metastasis.
  • Saverio BELLUSCI, University of Giessen, Giessen, Germany: FGFR2b signaling in mouse lung development.
  • Dagmar ZEUSCHNER, Max-Planck-Institute for Molecular Medicine, Muenster, Germany: EM of FGFR in breast cancer cells.
  • Senthil ARUMUGAM, University of South Wales, Australia: Lattice light sheet microscopy analysis of FGFR trafficking.
  • Filippo ACCONCIA, University of Rome, Italy: New therapeutics for breast cancer.

Chiara Francavilla

Chiara Francavilla
Chiara got her PhD in Molecular Medicine in Milan in 2009 and, after six years in Copenhagen as a post-doctoral fellow working on "functional proteomics", Chiara started her own group as a Wellcome Trust-funded independent fellow at the University of Manchester in 2016.
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System biology analysis of FGFR signaling in breast cancer
Functional proteomic analysis of breast cancer metastasis
Compartmentalized cellular signaling