Wolfgang Link - Núcleo Coordenador


Endereço | Address

Universidade do Algarve
Campus de Gambelas

Dep Ciências Biomédicas e Medicina
Edifício 7, piso 3, Gab. 3.17
8005-139 Faro
Portugal

Tel +351 289 800 900 Ext 7803
Fax +351 289 800 076

E-mail walink@ualg.pt

Web Cancer Signalling Lab

 

Wolfgang Link  PhD

Professor Auxiliar | Assistant Professor

Coordenador do Laboratório de Sinalização em Cancro no Centro de Investigação Biomédica, Universidade do Algarve
Leader of the Cancer Signalling Laboratory at the Centre for Biomedical Research, University of Algarve
Editor da revista “Molecular Inhibitors in Targeted Therapy”
Journal editor of “Molecular Inhibitors in Targeted Therapy” 
Membro do quadro editorial das revistas “World Journal of Biological Chemistry”, “American Journal of Cancer Research” e “
Current Chemical Biology”
Editorial board member of the journals “World Journal of Biological Chemistry”, “American Journal of Cancer Research”, and “Current Chemical Biology



Áreas de Investigação | Research Interests

Terapêutica antineoplásica, vias de sinalização e resistência a fármacos no cancro
Anti-cancer therapy, signalling pathways and drug resistance in cancer


Publicações Seleccionadas | Selected Publications

CARCINOGENESIS
TRIB2 as a biomarker for diagnosis and progression of melanoma
BREAST CANCER RESEARCH
A novel Phosphatidylinositol 3-Kinase (PI3K) inhibitor directs a potent FOXO-dependent, p53-independent cell cycle arrest phenotype characterized by the differential induction of a subset of FOXO-regulated genes
ONCOGENE
Human TRIB2 is a repressor of FOXO that contributes to the malignant phenotype of melanoma cells

Prémios | Awards

“Bolsa Laço 2015”, Associação Laço, Portugal (2015)
“Laço Grant 2015”, Associação Laço, Portugal (2015)

Formação Académica | Education

Licenciatura em Biologia, Universidade de Hamburgo (Alemanha)
Degree in Biology, University of Hamburg (Germany)
Doutoramento em Neurociência Molecular, Universidade de Hamburgo (Alemanha)
Doctorate in Molecular Neuroscience, University of Hamburg (Germany)



Last updated 22.03.2015

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