Leukaemias Team

Overview

Leukaemias are devastating diseases of the haemopoietic system that arise from aberrant stem or progenitor cells. Current therapies fail to efficiently eradicate these cells and therefore new curative treatments need to be identified. The research programmes within the Paul O’Gorman Leukaemia Research Centre (POG-LRC) collectively focus on understanding the fundamental mechanisms governing normal haemopoietic stem cell and LSC functions, identifying novel therapeutic targets against leukaemic stem cells and exploiting these targets in clinical trials.

Studying stem cells to improve treatments for leukaemias

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