Molecular Pathology of Cancer Group

Group leader

José Palacios Calvo

Collaborators

  • Eva Maria Cristobal Lana
  • Mónica García-Cosío Piqueras
  • Marja Susanna Leskelä
  • Almudena Santón Roldán
  • María Eugenia Reguero Callejas
  • Tamara Caniego Casas
  • Belén Pérez Mies
  • Luis Cristian Perna Monroy
  • Henar Tomero Sanz
  • Marta Gabriela Rosas Hernández
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Group leader

José Palacios Calvo

Collaborators

  • Eva Maria Cristobal Lana
  • Mónica García-Cosío Piqueras
  • Marja Susanna Leskelä
  • Almudena Santón Roldán
  • María Eugenia Reguero Callejas
  • Tamara Caniego Casas
  • Belén Pérez Mies
  • Luis Cristian Perna Monroy
  • Henar Tomero Sanz
  • Marta Gabriela Rosas Hernández

Strategic objectives

  • Research the molecular alterations related with the most aggressive histological types of breast, endometrial and ovarian cancer and determine their potential role as prognostic and predictive factors. Determine the participation of the epithelial-mesenchymal transition process in these types of cancer.

Research lines

  • Molecular characterization of breast, ovarian and endometrial cancer for diagnostic, prognostic and predictive implications

Location

Pathological Anatomy Department


Ramón y Cajal University Hospital
3rd floor left

Keywords

breast cancer, endometrial cancer, ovarian cancer, molecular pathology, epithelial-mesenchymal transition, prognostic and predictive factors in cancer.