Virtual Conference

Track: Cancer biology

Cancer biology


Cancers are diseases that are caused by uncontrolled cellular proliferation. Cancer biology is the study of how a typical cell's intracellular network is damaged during carcinogenesis in order to develop useful predictive models that can assist scientists and physicians in the validation of new therapies for the treatment.

A tumor cell is one that has grown uncontrollably. Unlike normal cells, tumor cells ignore signals to cease dividing, specialise, or die and shed. Because the cancer development cells have become unstable and unable to sense their own common limit, they may move to places of the body where they are not supposed to.
·        Tumorigenesis
·        Malignant progression
·        Structural biology and crystallography
·        Tumor biomarkers
·        Cancer Bioengineering