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Uncovering novel roles of microRNAs in tumors using the Cancer Genomics Cloud

CANCER GENOMICS CLOUD
3/24/21, 5:00 PM
America/Chicago UTC -5

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This March, the CGC Webinar series features a talk from Dr. Xavier Bofill-De Ros, a Research Fellow from the National Cancer Institute (NCI). The NCI is the largest and oldest institute of the National Institutes of Health (NIH), with a mission to conduct and support research for the prevention, understanding, and treatment of cancer. Dr. Bofill-De Ros’s research includes studies of how microRNA biogenesis affects tumor progression, and of mechanisms affecting microRNA stability. Dr. Bofill-De Ros also aided in the NCI’s development of QuagmiR, the first cloud-based tool for microRNA isoform analysis from NGS data.

 

In this upcoming talk, Dr. Bofill-De Ros will discuss the analysis of microRNA isoforms using the Cancer Genomics Cloud, the role of RNA structures on microRNA function, and also how to leverage “The Cancer Genome Atlas (TCGA)” and a multi-omics approach in mechanistic studies.

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Uncovering novel roles of microRNAs in tumors using the Cancer Genomics Cloud

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Xavier Bofill-De Ros

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