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Professor Andrew Tutt

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  1. Jelmar Quist

    Comprehensive Cancer Centre

    Doctor of Philosophy

    Identifying drivers and dependencies of genomic instability in triple negative breast cancers.

    1/10/201431/07/2019

  2. Dalia Tarantino

    Comprehensive Cancer Centre

    Doctor of Philosophy

    Investigating the role of HORMAD1 in Triple Negative Breast Cancer

    1/10/20141/11/2018

  3. Jennie Glendenning

    Comprehensive Cancer Centre

    Doctor of Medicine (Research)

    Application of molecular imaging to address current clinical challenges in breast cancer

    17/08/201130/06/2013

  4. Jennie Glendenning First/primary/lead supervisor

    Comprehensive Cancer Centre

    Doctor of Medicine (Research)

    Application of molecular imaging to address current clinical challenges in breast cancer

    1/07/20131/12/2016

  5. Kristina Ilieva

    Dermatology

    Doctor of Philosophy

    Fc-Optimised Monoclonal Antibodies for Immune Cell – Driven Breast Cancer Immunotherapy

    1/04/201411/09/2018

  6. Katerina Pipili

    Comprehensive Cancer Centre

    Doctor of Philosophy

    The role of IQGAP3 in triple negative breast cancer

    1/10/20131/12/2017

  7. Sheeba Kanth

    Comprehensive Cancer Centre

    Doctor of Philosophy

    Role of RORyt+ Innate Lymphoid Tissue Inducer Cells within breast cancer microenvironments

    1/09/20101/10/2014

  8. Nirmesh Patel First/primary/lead supervisor

    Comprehensive Cancer Centre

    Doctor of Philosophy

    Study of the role of KIFC1 in centrosome amplified breast cancer and its validation as a drug target

    1/10/20131/06/2019

  9. Johnathan Watkins First/primary/lead supervisor

    Comprehensive Cancer Centre

    Doctor of Philosophy

    Exploring large-scale somatic genome variation in cancer

    1/10/20121/12/2016

  10. Fara Braso Maristany First/primary/lead supervisor

    Comprehensive Cancer Centre

    Doctor of Philosophy

    The role of PIM1 in the malignant phenotypes of triple-negative breast cancer

    1/06/20101/12/2014

  11. Beth Harvey-Jones First/primary/lead supervisor

    Comprehensive Cancer Centre

    Master of Philosophy

    Understanding DNA repair inhibitor sensitivity, resistance and replication stress in breast cancer via longitudinal profiling and use of patient derived models

    1/02/2021 → …

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