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Professor Terence Rabbitts is moving to the MHU from the Leeds Institute of Molecular Medicine (LIMM) in the spring of 2012.

His work wishes to define how chromosomal translocation genes affect proliferation and differentiation from cancer initiating cells (where translocations occur) to overt cancer, and in epithelial cancers, to invasive disease.


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