15th World Congress on Cancer Therapy, Biomarkers & Clinical Research
Karolinska Institute, Sweden
Two Master of Science degrees (Medical Physics, AGH, Krakow, Polen and Molecular Biotechnology, KTH, Stockholm, Sweden). Both of my theses were performed and defended with highest grades at Karolinska Institute in Stockholm, Sweden. The results of my Master of Science thesis in Molecular Biotechnology turned out to be so interesting that I had a pleasure to present them at Personalized Cancer Care Symposium in Oslo (Norway) in 2012. My supervisor at Karolinska Institute, Serhiy Souchelnytskiy, saw so much scientific potential in me during my work at his lab that he invited me to write a review which was published in Cancer and Metastasis Reviews Journal and which was met with a worldwide interest and many invitations to conferences. The findings of my review as well as my own personal experimental results are so interesting and crucial for the development of combinatorial cancer treatment that I hope I will have a pleasure to present them at your esteemed congress in Philadelphia in December and inspire a positive development in combinatorial cancer therapy.
Abstract : Breast carcinoma metastasis suppressor gene 1 (BRMS1): Update on its role as the suppressor of cancer metastases in the context of combinatorial cancer treatment