Two skilful and talented scientists have recently been appointed group leaders at the Department of Molecular Cell Biology at the Institute for Cancer Research.
Jorrit Enserink (left) heads the "Dynamic responses to cell stress" group. He was previously affiliated to the Department of Microbiology at the Division of Laboratory Medicine, OUS.
Tor Erik Rusten is heading the "Tumor-Host Biology" group, and has been promoted from his previous project group leader status at the same department.
From major journals, first or last author from the Institute for Cancer Research
Diacylglycerol kinase and phospholipase D inhibitors alter the cellular lipidome and endosomal sorting towards the Golgi apparatus
Cell Mol Life Sci (in press)
The role of lipid species in membranes and cancer-related changes
Cancer Metastasis Rev
Patient-derived organoids from multiple colorectal cancer liver metastases reveal moderate intra-patient pharmacotranscriptomic heterogeneity
Clin Cancer Res (in press)