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Researchers from Department of Physiology, Anatomy & Genetics and Nuffield Department of Clinical Medicine have been awarded a Cancer Research UK Primer grant of £100,000 to study biomarkers for non-invasive early detection of oesophageal adencarcinoma.

New grant from cancer research uk will help develop early detection methods for oesophageal cancer

Deborah Goberdhan (Department of Physiology, Anatomy & Genetics) and Elizabeth Bird-Lieberman (Nuffield Department of Clinical Medicine) have been awarded a Cancer Research UK Primer grant of £100,000 to study ‘Serum extracellular vesicle signatures as biomarkers for non-invasive early detection of oesophageal adencarcinoma’.  

Read more (Department of Physiology, Anatomy & Genetics website)