Northern Institute for Cancer Research

Staff Profile

Dr Edward Law

Research Associate

Background

I have expertise in pre-clinical analysis of single and multiple chemotherapeutic and targeted agents against childhood leukaemia. I have previous experience of HSP90 biology, and analysis of somatic copy number alterations from patients in clinical trials.

 

Academic background

 

I obtained my integrated Master’s degree in biochemistry from the University of Bath in 2011, and obtained a PhD in cancer studies from the University of Leicester in 2016.

Qualifications

  • 2011, Bath - Master of Biochemistry (MBiochem)
  • 2016, University of Leicester - Doctor of Philosophy in Cancer Sciences (PhD) 

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Research

Research Interests

I am interested in the genetic determinants of drug sensitivity in human cancers. Combining ex vivo, in vivo and bioinformatics approaches, I hope to discover new genetic weaknesses to exploit. I am particularly interested in analyses of genetic data from tumour samples in clinical trials. I have experience in the analysis of somatic copy number alterations and their link to survival.

Current Work

My current work focuses on developing high-throughput methods, to assess novel drug combinations, in patient-derived xenograft models of leukaemia.

Teaching



Seminar 2017 - BMS 3010

Seminar 2018 - BMS 3010


Publications