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Cancer is a disease of excessive cell division, with cancer cells proliferating uncontrollably, leading to the disruption of normal tissue function and ultimately death. Our lab uses a combination of cutting edge quantitative live and fixed microscopy using novel fluorescent biosensors, phosphoproteomics and flow cytometry to analyse the mechanisms controlling how cells proliferate and how these are disrupted in cancer to drive cancer progression, chromosome instability, drug resistance and metastasis.

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