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Molecular and Cell Biology

International Partnerships of Molecular & Cell Biology

Scientist with Professional Microscope

Members from division of Molecular and Cell Biology (MCB) established several consortia in collaboration with prestigious universities in Australia, Canada, China, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Japan, Sweden, Switzerland and UK, USA.

 

These consortia focuse for example on, exploring the role of diet in the prevention and development of human diseases, development of plants to address food security and enhance nutrition, and development of innovative bioinformatics to systematically identify cancer vulnerability and candidate driver genes and pathways as drug targets.

 

All our members have established research collaborations with overseas scientists, while some are members of global research groups. These international collaborations often result in significant research outcomes.

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A member of the Division of MCB recently established a global consortium for exploring the role of diet in the prevention and development of human diseases, with members from China, Denmark, Finland, Switzerland, and the USA.

In collaboration with Harvard University, a member of MCB applied innovative bioinformatics to systematically identify cancer vulnerability and candidate driver genes and pathways as drug targets (Nat. Comm. 2018; Nat. Med. 2918).

School of Biological Sciences (SBS) plant scientists collaborate with scientists from Australia, Finland, Germany, Japan, Sweden, Switzerland and USA.