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Alia Komsany

MSc, BSc (Hons)

DPhil Student

My research interests include understanding the molecular pathways involved in tumour progression, development and the clinical applications of disease. My current research focuses on characterising angiogenic and non-angiogenic tumours and understanding their implication on tumour progression, treatment and clinical outcomes using proteomics analysis as a first line approach. I obtained a BSc (Hons) in Biomedical Sciences at University College London (UCL) and also obtained an MSc in Cancer Biology from the UCL Cancer centre. Prior to embarking on my DPhil programme at Oxford I carried out an internship at the Kessler lab and successfully published with Mikael Altun, who was my co supervisor at the time.