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Splicing of mRNA is a crucial process in eukaryotic gene expression regulation, and aberrant splicing plays a critical role in the pathogenesis of several molecular subtypes of cancer. Such splicing abnormalities can lead to constitutive activity of oncogenes, reduced expression of tumor suppressors, or drug resistance. Our team is seeking to identify key molecular mechanisms that generate mRNA sp …
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Fellowships at BioMed X are limited to a defined project term. During this period, all fellows focus their attention on biomedical research as well as personal growth in order to get ready for their next big challenge in academia, industry or a startup. The Special Interest Group “Career Development” is a grassroots initiative of BioMed X fellows organizing events and training courses.