A consortium of four academic and clinical institutes has won an international grant for a research project on novel multiplex prognostic biomarkers for colorectal cancer via computerised analysis of multi-protein fluorescence images. The research project led by Dr Nasir Rajpoot has been awarded the total amount of $1.05m by the Qatar Foundation. The consortium involves academic and clinical partners based in the UK and Qatar. The research team at Warwick will be composed of two new researchers and key investigators in Dr Nasir Rajpoot (Computer Science), Dr Mike Khan (Life Sciences), Prof David Epstein (Mathematics), and Dr Rich Savage (Systems Biology).
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Zhang J., Zhang K, Feng JF , Small M. (2010). Understanding Rhythmic Dynamics and Synchronization in Human Gait through Dimensionality Reduction PLoS Comp. Biol. 6(12): e1001033. (selected as Featured Research,IF=5.9).