Laboratory of Cytomolecular Genetics
Department of Pathology
FI-00014 University of Helsinki
Tel: +358 9 1911
Fax: +358 9 191 26675
The polestar in the research by CMG (Cytomolecular Genetics) group is to mine clinically relevant cancer biomarkers by various microarray techniques and next generation sequencing, and adapt the markers found for targeted patient diagnostics and personalized treatment.
Figure 1: From patient to research and back to bedside
Background information of CMG group:
- Location: Haartman Institute, University of Helsinki, Helsinki, Finland
- To contact: Prof. Sakari Knuutila, Laboratory of Cytomolecular Genetics, Department of Pathology, Biomedicum 1, P.O.Box 63, FI-00014 University of Helsinki, Helsinki, Finland, email:sakari.knuutila(at)helsinki.fi
- CanGEM (Cancer GEnome Mine): a web-based database for clinical information about tumor samples and microarray data.
- TUHAT/ Knuutila research group
- Research group
- Total number publications: 571
- Total citations: 14038
- Percentage of bicyclists: 100%
Figure 2: Team leader Sakari Knuutila near by the Haartman Institute after snow riding :).
Characteristic of CMG group:
- Systems biology research approaches: from base pairs to chromosomes, from chromatin structure to gene function and gene regulation, from stem cells to differentiated ones, from individual to population and from environmental exposures to diseases
- International research and diagnostics: ongoing EU projects: The European LeukemiaNet, the EuroBoNeT, the EuGESMA COST Action
- Multidisciplinary research: oncology, pathology, microbiology, cytogenetics, molecular genetics, bioinformatics, data base information
- Translational research
- Research and diagnostics training: post doctoral, doctoral, undergraduate students
- Researcher and student exchanges
- Equality in ethnic groups and sexual subgroups
- Support of research career of young researchers
- No age discrimination
What does CMG group offer to you?
- Research collaboration
- Facilities for research visits
- Consultation of cancer cytogenetics and molecular genetics