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Sustic, Tonci

Tonći Šuštić

Ph.D. Student


I graduated from the Molecular Biology program at the University of Zagreb, having completed diploma thesis research on the role of HoxB13 in genetically defined ovarian cancer cell lines.

I next obtained a Master's degree in Medical Science (Oncology) from the University of Cambridge analysing metabolomic changes in oncogene-induced senescence. I spent the following year working as a Research Assistant at the Cambridge Institute for Medical Research where I gained experience in derivation of haematopoietic progenitor cells and learned the basics of multicolor flow cytometry.

I joined the Bernards lab in September 2013 to focus on targeted therapies for lung cancer.