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The McDade Lab is a research lab in Belfast, Northern Ireland. The lab was founded in 2012 with the goals utilising integrative genomic strategies to define genome wide targets, mechanism of action and consequences of deregulation of transcription factors in cancer with a particular emphasis on the p53 family. Our ultimate goal is to identify genes or processes altered as a consequence of mutation or de-regulation which could be exploited for diagnostic or therapeutic application.
The multidisciplinary nature of our lab has been the major strength of our research since we began our work in 2012. Keep reading to find out what we are currently investigating and our current oppurtunities.
Our projects are funded by:
Current partnerships with Industry:
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