The Glioma Cellular Genetics Resource
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GCGR Overview
The Glioma Cellular Genetics Resource (GCGR) is generating a comprehensive collection of research tools and associated data to lay the foundations for future basic and translational studies into glioma.
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Patient-derived Cell Lines
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Human Neural Stem Cell Lines
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Engineered Cell Lines
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Molecular Data
Our Team
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Steve Pollard obtained his PhD in zebrafish genetics from the MRC National Institute for Medical Research. He was a postdoc at the University of Edinburgh with Prof Austin Smith, where he first began studying mammalian neural stem cells. As a Wellcome Beit Fellow at the University of Cambridge he focused on neural stem cells and glioblastoma. He established his own research group at the UCL Cancer Institute, before moving in 2013 to the University of Edinburgh. Steve holds a CRUK Senior Fellowship, and in 2017 was awarded the Chair of Stem Cell and Cancer Biology. His laboratory continues to study the molecular and cellular mechanisms that regulate neural stem self-renewal and differentiation, and how these operate in the context of human brain tumours.

— Steve Pollard , GCGR Academic Lead
Steve Pollard
Simona Parrinello
Javier Herrero
Stephan Beck
Sebastian Brandner
Paul Brennan
Gillian Morrison
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Contact
Dr.Gillian Morrison

EMAIL: gillian.morrison@ed.ac.uk UNIVERSITY: University of Edinburgh DEPARTMENT: The MRC Centre for Regenerative Medicine
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