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Summary of the Psaila group research. There are three images, the left hand side is titled Megakaryocyte-platelet biology and shows an image of pink and blue cells on a black background. The centre image shows a pink histology excerpt and is title Myeloproliferative Neoplasms (MPNs). The right hand side image shows a cell image of bone marrow showing red and yellow on a black background and is titled Human bone marrow organoids.

Professor bethan psaila

Our research is focused on discovery of targetable drivers of cancer biology. Several projects are at the interface between discovery science and clinical translation. Our overarching goal is to identify disease-modifying therapies that improve outcomes for patients with cancer. 


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