Integrated Molecular & Cell Sciences (IMCS) Laboratory
Translational Biomarker Research & Development through Integrated Molecular & Cell Science
NGS and Pathways
The Integrated Molecular & Cell Science (IMCS) laboratory, setup in 2013, is a research laboratory supporting cancer, pathology and technology innovations for both early phase discovery research and translational development.
Based within the Department of Tissue & Energy, within the Division of Surgery & Interventional Science, IMCS utilises in house expertise in immunohistochemistry, in situ hybridisation and image quantification coupled with genomic and proteomic next generation sequencing. The laboratory works in synergy with the translational gastroenterology, urology and breast cancer groups within the department, translating R&D activities such as novel transcriptomic biomarker discovery to support antibody and small molecule targeted therapeutic strategies.
Research Department of Tissue & Energy
4th Floor, Charles Bell House
67-73 Riding House Street London
Tel: +44 (0) 20 7679 9043
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