Journal of Advanced Therapeutic Science

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Advanced Therapeutic Science-Eomere and telomerase pathways with respect to childhood brain cancer progression
-Ruman Rahman

United Kingdom

Assistant Professor in Molecular Neuro-Oncology.

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Ruman Rahman


Assistant Professor,
Molecular Neuro-Oncology,
School of Medicine, 
University of Nottingham,
United Kingdom.

Research Interests:

Eomere and telomerase pathways with respect to childhood brain cancer progression


  • After graduating with a BSc in Genetics at the University of Edinburgh, I completed a PhD in Molecular Biology at the Roslin Institute, Edinburgh under the supervision of Sir Ian Wilmut in 2007.
  • I joined Professor Richard Grundy's laboratory at the Children's Brain Tumour Research Centre, University of Nottingham as a Post-Doctoral Research Associate in 2007 and received the Nottingham Advanced Research Fellowship for the Faculty of Medicine in 2011.
  • I am currently an Assistant Professor in Molecular Neuro-Oncology at the University of Nottingham and lead research programmes in intracranial drug delivery, 3D brain tumour models and tumour heterogeneity.