Circulating biomarkers in melanoma immunotherapy
Posted 29th June 2021 by Nicholas Noakes
Genevieve Boland, speaking at the Research & Technology Series, described the translational research conducted at her laboratory. Using tumour and blood samples from patients before treatment, at meaningful clinical changes, progression, and post-mortem she, and her team are trying to understand the biology of Melanoma to treat patients better.
The Liquid Biopsy Workflow
Posted 17th July 2019 by Jane Williams
Anders Stahlberg works both in the academic setting as Associate Professor at the University of Gothenburg and in the clinical setting at Clinical Genetics & Genomics, Sahlgrenska University Hospital. Together with his colleagues, this means all aspects of circulating cell-free tumour DNA are covered; from basic science and development, understanding why and how liquid biopsies should be undertaken, to clinically focused questions that the patient will hopefully benefit from.
Ahead of the Liquid Biopsies Congress later this year, we spoke to him about his work.