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Roles of the p53 pathway in metabolism: implications in aging, tissue homeostasis and carcinogenesis

Event date: 
5 July 2018 - 12:00pm
Location: 
Lowy Cancer Research Centre, Level 4 seminar space
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Lowy Research Centre
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Dr Laurent Le Cam, Head of the Molecular Oncogenesis groupMontpellier Cancer Center, Inserm, France

Abstract: Dr Le Cam leads the Molecular Oncogenesis group at the Montpellier Cancer Centre and holds the director of research role at INSERM (France). He has held prestigious international fellowships including a Human Frontier Science Program Fellowship and an Inserm Prime d'Excellence award and his work is routinely published in high impact journals including Molecular Cell, PNAS, Cell Reports and the journal of experimental medicine. Dr Le Cam’s work focuses on molecular circuitries implicated in cellular senescence and stem cell function, and how deregulation of these processes can lead to pathologies. His presentation will focus on atypical functions of the p53 pathway in cell metabolism and the impact of the deregulation of these metabolic networks on stem cell maintenance, tissue homeostasis and tumorigenesis.

If you would like to meet with Dr Le Cam after the seminar, please contact: George Sharbeen. Email: g.sharbeen@unsw.edu.au

Contact for inquiries: 
George Sharbeen. Email: g.sharbeen@unsw.edu.au
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