Cesar Lopez-Camarillo

Universidad Autónoma de la Ciudad de México, Mexico

Dr. César López-Camarillo received his PhD from National School of Medicine and Homeopathy-IPN. He is a professor researcher at the Genomics Sciences Program of Autonomous University of Mexico City. Dr. Camarillo ́s research is directed to the identification of microRNAs, lncRNAs and proteins deregulated in breast, lung, ovarian and colorectal cancers using omics approaches. We are interested in the identification of novel therapeutic targets, and the elucidation of molecular mechanisms of tumorigenesis. We are also working on Nutrigenomics evaluating the chemopreventive role and impact in methylome/microRNOme of dietary polyphenols in cancer cells. Also we are working in miRNAs host response to E. histolytica. Dr. Camarillo is the recipient of Lola e Iggo Flisser-OUIS-UNAM award, XIX National Biomedical Research Prize, Capital City Heberto Castillo Award, and Breast Cancer Research Bristol Award. Publications list: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Cesar_Lopez-Camarillo; Publons Peer Reviews Record: https://publons.com/author/1263437/cesar-lopez-camarillo#profile; ORCID ID https://orcid.org/0000-0002-9417-2609.

Cesar Lopez-Camarillo

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Oncogenomics and Cancer Proteomics - Novel Approaches in Biomarkers Discovery and Therapeutic Targets in Cancer presents comprehensive reviews of the most common cancers from bench to bedside applications by an international team of experts. This book will contribute to the scientific and medical community by providing up-to-date discoveries of oncogenomics and their potential applications in cancer translational research. It is intended for students, scientists, clinicians, oncologists and health professionals working in cancer research.

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