18 May 2023
Ludwig Oxford's Yang Shi has been announced as a Fellow of the Academy of Medical Sciences
2 May 2023
Three research teams within Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research Oxford are looking to host undergraduate and Masters students as an exciting opportunity to experience active research in an Oxford University Institute.
18 October 2022
Yang Shi’s group identify two transcriptional co-activators that are selectively important for cancer cell but not normal cell survival.
17 October 2022
Ludwig Cancer Research congratulates Yang Shi on one of the highest honours in the fields of health and medicine
5 October 2022
Research by Professor Yang Shi and colleagues sheds light on the molecular mechanism of N6-adenosine methylation by METTL4, which may be shared by related RNA methyltransferases known to be involved in cancer.
15 July 2022
On 13-14th June 2022, the Oxford Branch of the Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research held their annual retreat to discuss key scientific advances within the Branch and beyond.
6 July 2022
Ludwig Cancer Research congratulates Yang Shi, a Member of the Oxford Branch of the Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research, on his election to the membership of the European Molecular Biology Organization (EMBO).
24 March 2022
Professor Yang Shi has been elected Fellow of the Academy of the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR), class of 2022.
25 February 2022
Research by Professor Yang Shi and colleagues suggests that METTL3-mediated RNA methylation promotes productive transcription.
11 November 2021
Interactions between transcription factors and the chromatin environment provide barriers controlling cell differentiation, according to research by Professor Yang Shi and colleagues.
8 June 2021
Professor Yang Shi’s group demonstrates that combining drugs targeting epigenetic and metabolic pathways can overcome the arrest of white blood cell differentiation in this blood cancer.
7 May 2021
On 28-29th April 2021, we heard the latest developments from international leaders in these fields from the University of Oxford, Ludwig Cancer Research and beyond.
27 January 2021
Professor Yang Shi uncovers a new role for RNA methylation and the RNA methyltransferase METTL3 in the maintenance of heterochromatin