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Congratulations Karsten

last modified Oct 21, 2019 11:27 AM
Congratulations Karsten on becoming the SAB Meeting Flash Talk Champion 2019...
Karsten presented his flash talk, "Studying the early stages of TNBC development using single-cell RNA sequencing" to the Scientific Advisory Board Meeting at the CRUK Cambridge Cancer Centre.
Karsten was one of six selected to give a flash presentation at the Centre and focused on describing triple negative breast cancer initiation at a molecular level using single-cell sequencing.
Well done!!
Karsten on becoming the SAB Meeting Flash Talk Champion 2019
Karsten presented his flash talk, "Studying the early stages of TNBC development using single-cell RNA sequencing" to the Scientific Advisory Board Meeting at the CRUK Cambridge Cancer Centre.
Karsten was one of six selected to give a flash presentation at the Centre and focused on describing triple negative breast cancer initiation at a molecular level using single-cell sequencing.
Well done!!
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