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  • Livia Clarke

Supervisor:

Dr. Graham Dellaire

Program of Study:

MSc Pathology

Project Title:

Understanding the role of PRP4K in anoikis resistance and partial epithelial-to-mesenchymal transition

Scholarships and/or Awards:

  • Cancer Research Training Program (CRTP) Traineeship Award 2017

Career Aspirations:

Livia hopes to expand her knowledge in cancer research through her M.Sc studies, then she hopes to continue with cancer research as a medical student and eventually a clinician-scientist working in oncology.

Location:

Dalhousie University

Publications:

Corkery DP, Clarke LE, Gebremeskel S, Salsman J, Pinder J, Le Page C, Meunier L, Xu Z, Mes-Masson AM, Berman JN, Johnston B, Dellaire G. (2018) Loss of PRP4K drives anoikis resistance in part by dysregulation of epidermal growth factor receptor endosomal trafficking. Oncogene. 37(2):174-184.

Gebremeskel S, Lobert L, Tanner K, Walker B, Oliphant T, Clarke LE, Dellaire G, Johnston B. (2017) Natural killer T-cell immunotherapy in combination with chemotherapy-induced immunogenic cell death targets metastatic breast cancer. Cancer Immunology Research. 5(12):1086-1097.

Corkery, D., Clarke, L., Gebremeskel, S., Salsman, J., Pinder, J., Le Page, C., Meunier, L., Zhaolin, X., Mes-Masson, A-M., Berman, J., Dellaire, G. (2017).  Loss of PRP4K drives anoikis resistance in part by dysregulation of epidermal growth factor receptor endosomal trafficking, Oncogene (Accepted).

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