Head and Neck Cancer

Professor Stuart Pitson’s Holy Grail: a biobank to boost glioblastoma research

Professor Stuart Pitson is head of the Molecular Signalling Laboratory in the Centre for Cancer Biology at the University of South Australia and SA Pathology. He has recently been appointed the inaugural Neurosurgical Research Foundation (NRF) Chair in Brain Tumour Research.

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One of your stated goals as NRF Chair in Brain Tumour Research is to establish a glioblastoma biobank for testing new potential therapies. Why is this important? Our goal is to develop an extensive living biobank of glioblastoma that is derived from tumours resected from patients during therapy. We do this with the assistance of ...

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