Isaac Garcia-Murillas

Staff Scientist
The Institute of Cancer Research
Dr Isaac Garcia-Murillas read Genetics and Immunology at the University of Aberdeen as an undergraduate student before undertaking his PhD at The University of Cambridge. Currently, Dr Garcia-Murillas is a Staff Scientist at the Molecular Oncology Lab at The Institute of Cancer Research in London, United Kingdom where he leads and develops the use of Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) and digital PCR (dPCR) technologies to study circulating tumour DNA (ctDNA) from liquid biopsies. His research interests converge in the clinical utility of ctDNA as a potential biomarker to quantify minimal residual disease, monitor response to treatment, stratify patients to targeted therapies and identify the emergence of drug resistance

Sessions

November 7 2019, 16:50
 - 17:20
Discussion Workshop Circulating Tumour DNA Analysis: Moving Towards Precision Oncology
November 7 2019, 17:20
 - 17:50
Discussion Workshop Circulating Tumour DNA Analysis: Moving Towards Precision Oncology