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Shijie Cai

Principal Investigator

  • Member of Steering Committee of Global Cholangiocarcinoma Alliance
  • Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) - Gene Therapy, University of Cambridge
  • Master of Philosophy (MPhil) - Paediatric Viral Respiratory Infection, University of Liverpool
  • Clinical Research Fellow - Paediatric Infectious Diseases, Alder-Hey Children Hospital, University of Liverpool
  • Doctor of Medicine - Tongji Medical University, China

Integrative omics analysis and target development for various cancer types

Our research interests lie in studying the molecular mechanisms of the tumour microenvironment and target development. We focus on the impact of metabolism and epigenetic regulation on crosstalk between stromal cells and tumour cells. The ongoing investigated tumours include colorectal cancer, breast cancer and cholangiocarcinoma.


Galina Boskh - DPhil student

Gemma Owen - DPhil student

Tiago Felismino - MSc student

Post-doctoral Research Assistant position open for application