Breast cancer is known as one of the most deadly diseases among women. However, Recent advancements in the imagng tools and diagnostic methods for breast cancer has improved the screening in the past few years. There are many breakthroughs that have been made in the area of cellular and molecular studies in breast cancer research. Research on molecular biomarkers has also gained momentum in recent times. Advanced studies on molecular biology have portrayed various molecular mechanisms of cancer progression utilizing genetic, proteomic and metabolomic platforms despite the tumor heterogeneity. Current Advances in Breast Cancer Research: A Molecular Approach emphasizes on the basic and translational research on breast cancer This book is unique from other breast cancer-related textbooks in several important ways. The book compiles several chapters underlining the current challenges and innovative research findings by different research groups. The book has 14 chapters delineating the molecular discovery, clinical diagnostics, and treatments in breast cancer. Chapters have been contributed by experts in the field, adding a dimension of authority to this detailed reference as they offer additional perpectives about the future of breast cancer medicine in specific niches. Readers are informed about the detailed molecular biology of the disease, including an elaborate exploration of altered cellular metabolism in breast cancer. The book represents a framework for providing theoretical and practical unification of breast cancer research information. It is an essential reference for medical students, new investigators, and oncology clinicians. The authors hope to encourage young independent researchers and students to be more skilled and knowledgeable so that they can establish careers in biomedical sciences while also attempting to inspire cancer researchers to be more trained and skilled in solving the emerging challenges in the field of breast cancer research.
About the Editors:
Dr. Shankar Suman is a researcher at the Cancer Comprehensive Center at The Ohio State University, Ohio. He has earned his Ph.D. in Breast Cancer biology from the Academy of Scientific and Innovative Research (AcCSIR), India. After completion of his Ph.D., he received postdoctoral research training at Meharry Medical College at Nashville. In his research journey, he has worked for biomarker discovery, metabolism, and cell signaling in breast cancer and published several research articles, review articles, and book chapters. He has also presented his work at various platforms, such as in seminars, workshops, and international conferences, and served as judge in several meetings. He has also served as reviewer in many prestigious journals of Elsevier, Frontiers, and Wiley publications. Dr. Suman is also a member of the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR). His current interest is to study various signaling pathways in acquiring drug resistivity in cancer cells.
Dr. Garima Suman M.D. is a radiologist with particular interest in research related to Oncologic imaging. She did her radiology residency at Tata memorial hospital, Mumbai, India, one of the leading cancer hospitals in South-East Asia. Thereafter, she worked on various research projects at Nationwide Children's hospital, Columbus, Ohio and currently, she is a post-doctoral research fellow at the Mayo Clinic, USA.
Dr. Sanjay has a Ph.D. in Life Science and is currently working as a cancer researcher in the Department of Pathology at The Ohio State University, Columbus, where he works to delineate the functional role of S100A7 mediated invasive breast cancer pathogenesis. He has been also awarded a prestigious Pelotonia Postdoctoral Scholarship from The Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center. Dr. Mishra is also a member of AACR and a reviewer of many prestigious journals such as Experimental Gerontology, Scientific Reports, and the International Journal of Cancer. He is the author of several research papers and book chapters.
Keywords: Cancer Biologist, Breast Cancer, Biomakers, Screening, Cancer imaging, Molecular biology, Proteomics, Genomics, Metabolism, Environmental stressor, Mitochondrial pathways
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