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Stomach cancer ranks fifth for the incidence and fourth for mortality from cancer worldwide. In order to reduce its incidence and mortality rates, it is essential to conduct more extensive research on stomach cancer. Such investigations could lead to the identification of better biomarkers for use in the early detection of stomach cancer and to aid in the selection of specific population of patient who could benefit from therapy and the development of more effective and less toxic treatment interventions. In this PhD project, using a wide range of biological and molecular techniques, the aim of is to investigate the biological and clinical significance and targeting of growth factor receptors in stomach cancer.
I am a recent BSc Biomedical sciences graduate with a 1st honours degree from Kingston University. Extremely hardworking and devoted individual both independently and in a team. After completing my PhD I would like to work in a pharmaceutical company where I can apply the skills obtained through my PhD project and aid in cancer research.