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Class of 1997
Name
Oliveira, Carla
Nationality
Portuguese
E-Mail
carlaol@ipatimup.pt
1st Degree
Biochemistry
University (1st Degree)
University of Coimbra
About the PhD
Field of Research
Oncobiology
Thesis Title
Molecular genetic profiles of sporadic and familial gastric cancer - A study of microsatellite instability and E-cadherin
Abstract
Gastric cancer is one of the major causes of cancer death world-wide: 90% of the cases occur in a sporadic form, about 10% of cases show familial aggregation and an hereditary component was found in a very small proportion...
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Supervisor(s)
Raquel Seruca
Co-Supervisor(s)
Carlos Caldas
University
Medical Faculty of the University of Porto, Portugal
Laboratory
IPATIMUP - Inst Molec Pathol and Immunol Univ Porto AND Dpt Pathol Univ Cambridge UK
City
Porto AND Cambridge
Country
Portugal AND UK
Date of Thesis Defence
2002-03-15
After the PhD (Current Situation)
Position
Principal Investigator
Project
E-cadherin gene expression regulation in cancer related processes
Institution
IPATIMUP
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City
Porto
Country
Portugal

Relevant Publications
Pinheiro H, Bordeira-Carriço R, Seixas S, Carvalho J, Senz J, Oliveira P, Inácio P, Gusmão L, Rocha J, Huntsman D, Seruca R, Oliveira C. Allele-specific CDH1 downregulation and hereditary diffuse gastric cancer.
Hum Mol Genet. 2010 Mar 1;19(5):943-52. Epub 2009 Dec 4.


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