• Room 01.004 - CCRCB

    United Kingdom

Accepting PhD Students

PhD projects

Dr McDade functional genomics (FGG) lab, utilises a range of genomic technologies (RNA-seq, ChIP-seq, CRISPR screen) and integrative data analysis tools to identify novel treatment strategies to improve treatment of cancer patients outcomes. The labs field of interest include: - Transcription factor dysfunction in cancer - Epigenetic lab and data analysis tool development - Colorectal, Prostate and Squamous cancer - Data analysis and Shiny app development We are open to wide ranging lab and data analysis projects from those with a background biology, genomics, data analysis and computational backgrounds. Previous research experience is desirable although not essential

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Annual Meeting of the Irish Association of Cancer Research (IACR)

Simon McDade (Speaker)
23 Feb 2018

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All Ireland Cancer Consortium (AICC2015)

Simon McDade (Speaker)
2015

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Genes and Cancer Meeting

Simon McDade (Speaker)
2015

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CRUK Genes and Cancer Meeting

Simon McDade (Speaker)
2013

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IARC p63/p73 meeting

Simon McDade (Speaker)
2011

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Quantitative Biology and Bioinformatics in Modern Medicine

Simon McDade (Speaker)
2010

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2nd International Conference Quantitative Biology and Bioinformatics in Modern Medicine

Simon McDade (Speaker)
2010

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Irish Association for Cancer Research Annual Meeting 2010

Simon McDade (Speaker)
2010

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DNA Tumour Virus Meeting

Simon McDade (Speaker)
2007

Activity: Talk or presentation typesOral presentation