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Monday, September 26th, 2022
Centre de recherche - Paris - Amphithéâtre Constant-Burg - 12 rue Lhomond, Paris 5e

Can we predict and prevent tumour initiation?

Walid’s team is interested in understanding the early steps of epithelial tumour initiation and how that can be used for early detection and prevention of cancer.
In this talk he will be describing their recent work using scRNAseq and mouse models to map cellular changes in mouse and human breast tissue during homeostasis and tumour initiation.

Recent publications:

Twigger A-J., et al. Transcriptional changes in the mammary gland during lactation revealed by single cell sequencing of cells from human milk. Nature Comm (2022)

Bach K*. & Pensa S.* et al. Time-resolved single-cell analysis of Brca1 associated mammary tumorigenesis reveals aberrant differentiation of luminal progenitors. Nature Comm (2021)

Hadi F. et al.  Transformation of naked mole-rat cells. Nature (2020)

Lazarus et al. BCL11A interacts with SOX2 to control the expression of epigenetic regulators in lung squamous cell carcinoma. Nature Comm (2018)

Bach K. et al. Differentiation dynamics of mammary epithelial cells revealed by single-cell RNA-sequencing. Nature Comm (2017)

Event poster


Walid Khaled
Associate Professor Department of Pharmacology & Wellcome-MRC Cambridge Stem Cell Institute University of Cambridge

Invited by

Silvia FRE
Génétique et biologie du développement (UMR3215 / U934)

Institut Curie


Silvia FRE

Institut Curie

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