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1. Cai - Cholangiocarcinoma epigenetics for target evaluation

2. Cai-Hyde - Mechanisms that regulate lentiviral vector hepatocyte transduction


Shijie Cai

MD PhD MPhil

Principal Investigator

  • Member of Steering Committee of Global Cholangiocarcinoma Alliance

Metabolism and epigenetic regulation in the tumour microenvironment

Our research interests lie in studying the molecular mechanisms of the tumour microenvironment and the target development. We focus on the impact of metabolism and epigenetic regulation on crosstalk between stromal cells and tumour cells. The ongoing investigated tumours include colorectal cancer, breast cancer and cholangiocarcinoma.


Yao Jiang - Postdoctoral Researcher

Gemma Owen - DPhil student

Aik Seng Ng - DPhil student

Galina Boskh - DPhil student

Direct Entry Research Degrees