The Virtual Irish Bioinformatics and Evolution meeting (VIBE 2023) took place in Belfast on 12th May with many CRT students travelling to Northern Ireland for the event!
4 CRT students were selected for oral presentations !
- Karyotypic Evolution of Near-Haploid and Low-Hypodiploid Tumours – Ms Elle Loughran, Trinity College Dublin
- Multiple myeloma: single cell-level characterization of natural killer cells show disease specific pathways driving immune exhaustion – Mr Jacopo Umberto Verga, University of Galway
- Good Models or Good Riddance? An investigation into the suitability of cell lines as models of ovarian cancer histotypes – Ms Aideen McCabe, University College Cork
- Evaluating Microsatellite Instability Tools and Benchmarks – Mr Harrison Anthony, University of Galway
A huge CONGRATULATIONS to Aideen McCabe on winning the best presentation prize with her talk: “Good Models or Good Riddance? An investigation into the suitability of cell lines as models of ovarian cancer histotypes”
Some of the CRT posters at VIBE 2023