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Class of 1996
Name
Reis, Rui Manuel
E-Mail
rreis@ecsaude.uminho.pt
Master Degree
Biology
About the PhD
Field of Research
Neuro-oncology
Thesis Title
Genetic alterations associated with development of solid tumors
Supervisor(s)
Paul Kleihues (IARC, Lyon, France); Hiroko Ohgaki (IARC, Lyon, France); Jose Manuel Lopes (IPATIMUP, Porto, Portugal)
University
Porto
Laboratory
International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), Lyon, France
Date of Thesis Defence
2002-03-01

Relevant Publications
Reis RM, Könü-Lebleblicioglu D, Lopes JM, Kleihues P, Ohgaki H. Genetic profile of the gliosarcoma. American Journal Pathology, 2000, 156:425-432.
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Reis RM, Herva R, Brandner S, Koivukangas J, Mironov N, Bär W, Kleihues P, Ohgaki H. Second Primary Glioblastoma. Journal of Neuropathology Experimental Neurology, 2001, 60(2):208-215.
Basto D, Trovisco V, Lopes JM, Martins A, Pardal F, Soares P, Reis RM. Mutation analysis of B-RAF gene in human gliomas. Acta Neuropathologica, 2005, 109(2):207-10.
Costa BM, Ferreira P, Costa S, Canedo P, Oliveira P, Silva A, Pardal F, Suriano G, Machado JC, Lopes JM, Reis RM. Association Between Functional EGF+61 Polymorphism and Glioma Risk. Clinical Cancer Research, 2007 1;13(9):2621-6.
Gomes AL, Reis-Filho JS, Lopes JM, Martinho O, Lambros MB, Martins A, Schmitt F, Pardal F, Reis RM. Molecular alterations of KIT oncogene in gliomas. Cellular Oncology, 2007;29(5):399-408.
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