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Transcript: Sanduni Pathiraja • A highly motivated Chemical Engineer with one year of experience and developed competency to professional body standards in the structure, designing, manufacturing and performance efficiencies of the chemical engineering field. • Attentive to detail with the organisation and prioritisation required to completing assigned tasks on time and to the highest standards of quality and accuracy. • A confident communicator and works effectively on own initiative or as part of a team and displays strong leadership qualities demonstrated whilst working in challenging environments. EDUCATION EDUCATION Why CHEMICAL ENGINEERING? Given its diverse and ever-changing nature, and the opportunity to contribute to quality of life around the world, the field of engineering offers a very unique appeal. Growing up in a city with many multinational companies such as Nestle and Unilever, I remained extremely intrigued by the wide variety of products manufactured and the processes of making those products, which laid the foundation to aspire a career in chemical and process engineering. I was further motivated by the application of scientific principles on tangible problems, the role of chemical engineers in society and the wide range of career opportunities available to them in numerous fields such as Oil, Pharmaceutical and FMCG industries. BACHELORS Bachelor thesis - Designing a ‘Dry Laundry Powder Plant’ in the UK in collaboration with Procter & Gamble in Newcastle. Thesis focus Widening the economic and engineering principles involved in the design of chemical plants and equipment. Product specification development to meet the customer needs by translating these needs into physical properties of the product. Skills gained Knowledge about the processing of chemicals and other materials, the optimum design methods, cost estimation, profitability, potential market and safety that need to be evaluated during a process and plant design. Problem solving, decision making, logical and quantitative thinking skills,excellent written and verbal communication skills to meet professional standards. The University of Sheffield, UK BEng (Hons.) Chemical Engineering (2012 - 2015) Achieved: First Class with Honours MASTER'S Lappeenranta University of Technology, Finland Master's thesis Optimisation of Atomic Layer Deposition (ALD) process and chemical investigation of interfaces for the stability of all-inorganic perovskite quantum dots with alumina. Laboratory of Nanochemistry for Energy at EPFL, Switzerland. Study Plan Core studies: Courses on modelling of unit operations, process control, and advanced process design. Specialization studies: Courses on bioenergy technology solutions, process intensification & product design. Minor studies: Separation technology Water treatment & green chemistry Design project - Extraction of metals from e-waste using an ultrasound assisted reactor. Software skills - Aspen Plus, AutoCAD, Comsol and Matlab for process modelling and designing. MSC. (Tech) Chemical and Process Engineering (2016 - present) Expected: GPA of 4 EXPERIENCE Research Assistant Process Engineer EXPERIENCE 2017 May -Aug 2017 May-August Research Assistant Laboratory of Green Chemistry (LUT), Mikkeli Finland Project title: Development and optimization of Nano-catalysts for biodiesel production Importance of the project Biodiesel is a promising alternating environmentally benign fuel to mineral diesel made from renewable sources and waste lipids. Nano-catalysts with high specific surface area and high catalytic activity can be used to overcome the problems associated with conventional heterogeneous and homogeneous catalysts. Materials used Rapeseed oil, lard oil and used vegetable oil Nano-catalysts: TiO2, CaO, ZnO, MgO doped with LiOH and Ce-Fe doped with KOH, Ni-Al-Cu Nitrates with NaBH4 Analysis techniques used Main analysis method: GC-MS Other analysis methods: FTIR, BET, XRD, Density, Viscosity, SEM, NMR Results Rapeseed oil showed the best results with CaO when it was doped with 75% of LiOH Lard oil worked the best with Ce-Fe doped with 0.5 KOH The oils used to show the best results when some basic properties are introduced to the nano-catalysts. 2016 Jan-Aug 2016 Jan-Aug Process Engineer Nestle Involved in production, reviewing processes, planning and performing trials to ensure processes operate as designed and to implement improvements to existing processes with due regard for safety, environmental and quality factors. Projects Optimizing the UHT mixing operation of a tetra pack beverage process to examine the technical suitability, operability and cost-efficiency. DMAIC project for resolving the issue of using high-concentrated chemicals during CIP-cleaning process by operators, due to the absence of a well-designed automated system. Learning Advanced my knowledge about the wider engineering issues surrounding production and optimum business efficiency. To use engineering principles and theories combined with a

PhD Interview

Transcript: Uzma Zaheer Industrious, skilled and ambitious candidate with more than two years of experience in Translational Cancer Research. Passionate to secure a challenging PhD position in Cancer Biology with the aim to become an independent scientist. Extensive experience with varied experimental approaches, laboratory techniques and informatics. Excellent Interpersonal skills to maintain collaborations, while bearing the ability to drive projects independently. EDUCATION EDUCATION 2014 - 2019 Master of Science: Biotechnology (Integrated) First Class degree awarded, Grade A, CGPA - 7.85/10 EXPERIENCE EXPERIENCE Project Intern Dept. of Statistics, St. Xavier's College Comparison of Statistical Analysis of the Type of Glaucoma and the Factors affecting Glaucoma in Urban and Rural Population Dissertation Trainee Advanced Centre for Treatment, Research and Education in Cancer Impact of ‘Trim-ing' method on therapeutic target protein in Breast Cancer Oct-Nov 2018 Project Intern Dept. of Microbiology, St Xavier's College Antimicrobial and Anti-cancerous properties of Ruthenium and its conjugate compounds Sept-Oct 2017 Project Intern Dept. of Biotechnology, St Xavier's College Structure and Sequence Analysis of Cytochrome P450 from Homo sapiens Jun-Oct 2016 Research Assistant Tata Translational Cancer Research Centre Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia Jan-May 2019 Project Intern Dept. of Molecular Medicine, Bose Institute A mechanistic insight into the metabolism of regulatory T-cells in the tumor microenvironment Mar-Jul 2018 Summer Intern Biomedical Research Center, Qatar University, Doha, Qatar Epidemiological, Molecular, and Clinical Features of Norovirus Infections among Pediatric Patients in Qatar Feb-Jun 2017 Aug 2019- Ongoing RESEARCH ICiCLe ALL-14 Indian Childhood Collaborative Leukaemia Group A collaborative, multicentre, national study for newly diagnosed patients with acute lymphoblastic leukemia-a randomised open label phase III/IV study INTRODUCTION Challenge: Equity in Outcome of Children with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL) Outcomes in India lag behind by >20% Treatment Related Mortality (TRM) can be reduced by risk stratification and decreasing therapy intensity for low risk patients Cooperative multicentre approach - overtime collective experience from a large cohort of patients Uniform standard of care across all centres Cancer Institute, Adyar, Chennai Department of Pediatrics- All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi Tata Memorial Hospital, Mumbai Department of Medical Oncology, All India Institute of Medical Sciences -New Delhi Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education and Research, Chandigarh Tata Medical Center, Kolkata MRD Assessment INTRODUCTION Minimal residual disease (MRD) Number of leukemic cells that remain in the person during or after treatment. Major cause of relapse. MRD detected by multiparametric Flow cytometry across ICiCLe centres. doi:10.4414/smw.2014.13907 Detection of MRD at EOI expected in 35-40% of patients MRD at EOI detected in 20-25% of patients at EOI Need for a more sensitive technique for MRD detection CONCEPT AND METHODS Ig/TCR based PCR-MRD Development of Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia clones “DNA Fingerprint” of all ALL cells originating from a single clone, used to track the clone through different timepoints in therapy. WORKFLOW Genomic PCR based method of MRD detection Standardised across all centres Higher sensitivy. Can detetect one leukemic cell in 1,00,000 healthy cells RESULTS Comparative Analysis of MRD detection by FCM and PCR PCR has a high sensitivity of 87% and a Negative Predictive Value of 93.7%, making it the more reliable technique to rule out disease. PCR-MRD identifies disease with a sensitivity 1 log higher than that of FCM. Case Study Next Generation Sequencing for MRD detection INTRODUCTION Higher throughput Increased Sensitivity Why shift to NGS? Advantages of Next Generation Sequencing Futuristic Massive Multiplexing Increased turnover Reduced costs Detects one cell in one million cells Tracks all clones Tracks clonal Evolution Less hands on time CONCEPT AND METHODS Two-step IG/TR NGS-based MRD detection Leukemia. 2019 Sep;33(9):2241-2253. doi: 10.1038/s41375-019-0496-7 CONCEPT AND METHODS UMI based error-corrected sequencing for MRD detection Library Prep for Illumina's MiSeq Next Generation Sequencing Library Prep for ONT's MinION Third Generation Sequencing CONCEPT AND METHODS Why shift to UMI-based MRD Quantification? Advantages over qPCR based quantification Higher throughput Futuristic Massive Multiplexing Increased turnover Serviceable Tracks multiple clones Tracks clonal evolution Reduced time, labour and costs State-of-the-art Accurate quantification Increased sensitivity RESULTS UMI based error-corrected sequencing for MRD detection Pilot Run: MRD quantification Library Preparation for Illumina's MiSeq Platform Success of ICiCLe 14: Decreased Intensity of Treatment Decreases Toxicity RESULTS SR- no Anthracycline, no Success of

PhD Interview

Transcript: SEYED HASAN MIR HOSSEINI highly motivated, learner and explore for new ventures EDUCATION EXPERIENCE CONTACT SKILLS and Courses seyedhasan.mirhoseini1367@gmail.com EDUCATION Bachelor Degree Mathematics skills covered: Statistics and algebra Damghan University Address of the institution: Damghan City, Iran Master's Degree Master of Business Administration skills covered: Strategic Planning Developing Strategy Marketing Business Analysis SWOT model Tehran University Address of the institution: Tehran City, Iran 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. EXPERIENCE 2018-Now 2014-2015 Digital marketing Expert Sanjeman.com  Setting out goals and objectives in the digital area  Developing marketing campaigns  Analyzing data to identify and define audiences  Devising and presenting ideas and strategies  Writing and proofreading creative copy  Maintaining blog  Managing campaigns on social media 2015-2016 2015-2016 Fajer Company Marketing Expert  developing a strategic marketing plan  presenting and implementing marketing strategies  overseeing and developing marketing campaigns  analyzing data to identify and define audiences  devising and presenting ideas and strategies  promotional activities  looking at data analytic  coordinating internal marketing  monitoring performance 2014-2015 2018-Now BORNA Science and Technology Institute Marketing Manager  Developing online and offline marketing plan  Goal setting  formulating strategies  Overseeing and developing marketing campaigns  Devising and presenting ideas and strategies  Promotional activities  Maintaining websites and looking at data analytic  Managing campaigns on social media.  Consulting clients about campaign requirements and objective  Writing reports  Analyzing, interpreting and presenting results  Implementing strategies SKILLS MANAGERIAL Language Skills Mother tongue (s) Other language (s) Persian English IELTS: 7 Band Score Speaking: 7 Listening: 7 Reading: 7 Writing: 6 Other Skills Software Skills Skills description: Skills proficiency: Skill 1 Skill 2 Skill 3 Python R studio SPSS SMART PLS AMOS TECHNICAL Name your Skills Skills description: Skills proficiency: Skill 1 Skill 2 Skill 3 COMPUTER Drawing Skills description: ARTISTIC address line: ADDRESS Your Street Name / House Nr. / etc. here Name of Your City / Town / Place here CITY / TOWN Name of Your State / Province here STATE Your Zip Code here ZIP CODE 001 664 123 4567 PHONE NR. 001 664 123 4567 MOBILE CONTACT Paste the link of your LinkedIn profile here Paste the link of your Facebook profile here Paste the link of your Twitter profile here Paste the link of your own or other website

PhD Interview

Transcript: Sanduni Pathiraja • A highly motivated Computer Scientist Investigator, aiming to apply Artificial Intelligence techniques to improve human • A confident communicator and works effectively on own initiative or as part of a team. EDUCATION EDUCATION Bachelors State University of Sao Paulo (Unesp) Bachelor Degree in Computer Science (2015-1018) Thesis: Artificial Intelligence - Physical-Motor Rehabilitation through Games Game Menu Phase 1 University of Campinas (Unicamp) MASTER'S Master's Degree in Computer Science (2019 - Present) Master's thesis Deep Reinforcement Learning Application in Humanoid Robots Locomotion. Real Marta Robot Simulation Marta Robot EXPERIENCE Research Assistant EXPERIENCE Process Engineer 2017 May -Aug 2017 May-August Research Assistant Laboratory of Green Chemistry (LUT), Mikkeli Finland Project title: Development and optimization of Nano-catalysts for biodiesel production Importance of the project Biodiesel is a promising alternating environmentally benign fuel to mineral diesel made from renewable sources and waste lipids. Nano-catalysts with high specific surface area and high catalytic activity can be used to overcome the problems associated with conventional heterogeneous and homogeneous catalysts. Materials used Rapeseed oil, lard oil and used vegetable oil Nano-catalysts: TiO2, CaO, ZnO, MgO doped with LiOH and Ce-Fe doped with KOH, Ni-Al-Cu Nitrates with NaBH4 Analysis techniques used Main analysis method: GC-MS Other analysis methods: FTIR, BET, XRD, Density, Viscosity, SEM, NMR Results Rapeseed oil showed the best results with CaO when it was doped with 75% of LiOH Lard oil worked the best with Ce-Fe doped with 0.5 KOH The oils used to show the best results when some basic properties are introduced to the nano-catalysts. 2016 Jan-Aug 2016 Jan-Aug Process Engineer Nestle Involved in production, reviewing processes, planning and performing trials to ensure processes operate as designed and to implement improvements to existing processes with due regard for safety, environmental and quality factors. Projects Optimizing the UHT mixing operation of a tetra pack beverage process to examine the technical suitability, operability and cost-efficiency. DMAIC project for resolving the issue of using high-concentrated chemicals during CIP-cleaning process by operators, due to the absence of a well-designed automated system. Learning Advanced my knowledge about the wider engineering issues surrounding production and optimum business efficiency. To use engineering principles and theories combined with a practical realization of the limits imposed by industrial conditions when revising existing processes. RESEARCH RESEARCH CONCLUSION INTRODUCTION RESULTS METHODS INTRODUCTION Language Skills Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit, sed do eiusmod tempor incididunt ut labore et dolore magna aliqua. Ut enim ad minim veniam, quis nostrud exercitation ullamco laboris nisi ut aliquip ex ea commodo consequat. TECHNICAL Name your Skills Skills description: Skills proficiency: Skill 1 Skill 2 Skill 3 Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit, sed do eiusmod tempor incididunt ut labore et dolore magna aliqua. Ut enim ad minim veniam, quis nostrud exercitation ullamco laboris nisi ut aliquip ex ea commodo consequat. COMPUTER Name your Skills Skills description: Skills proficiency: Skill 1 Skill 2 Skill 3 Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit, sed do eiusmod tempor incididunt ut labore et dolore magna aliqua. Ut enim ad minim veniam, quis nostrud exercitation ullamco laboris nisi ut aliquip ex ea commodo consequat. ARTISTIC Name your Skills Skills description: Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit, sed do eiusmod tempor incididunt ut labore et dolore magna aliqua. Ut enim ad minim veniam, quis nostrud exercitation ullamco laboris nisi ut aliquip ex ea commodo consequat. address line: ADRESS CONTACT Your Street Name / House Nr. / etc. here Name of Your City / Town / Place here CITY / TOWN Name of Your State / Province here STATE Your Zip Code here ZIP CODE 001 664 123 4567 PHONE NR. 001 664 123 4567 MOBILE CONTACT Paste the link of your LinkedIn profile here Paste the link of your Facebook profile here Paste the link of your Twitter profile here Paste the link of your own or other website

PhD interview Presentation

Transcript: Input: Literature review Existing data sets Qualitative & quantitative data collected from case study regions Outputs: Create spatial framework Model various land use scenarios using framework at different spatio-temporal scales Present future scenarios in social ecological political contexts Glastir Woodland Creation Opportunities Phase 1 habitat map Project methodology Broadleaf woodland habitat network - Forest Research Various indexes: % cover, No. of patches, total edge, core area. Distribution of welsh woodland is spatially correlated rather than random and governed by topography, hydrology and land use (agriculture/plantation) Conifer plantations - highly correlated, broadleaf woodlands - less clustered Europe - percentage tree cover Ancient Woodland Inventory (2011) Northern forest Land cover thresholds (Forest Research) Peri-urban forest Afforestation - "50 million new trees" Urban/industrial and post-industrial landscape Shadows path of east-west M62 Biodiversity offsetting - masking woodland losses elsewhere? Only £5.7 million from Government from a projected total of £500 million Centre for Ecology and Hydrology - Land cover map 2015 Where can we see some of these drivers playing out in a UK context? Revive absent ecological processes Increase habitat connectivity. Core zones and buffer zones. Land already committed through NGO partners and public forest. Big change is bringing farmers onboard Precedents set by Pontbren project and MWT Pumlumon project (PES) Work on adapting commons concept Summit to Sea/O’r Mynydd i’r Môr Northern Forest Policy instruments Forest products markets Forest cultures Value of competing land uses Innovation - tech & skill Land abandonment Biodiversity - habitat protection Topography/Hydrology Thank you! Diolch yn fawr! Scale - at what spatio-temporal resolutions? Mapping between models and real world - applying landscape thresholds to random and actual landscapes. Modelling resilient, robust woodlands. "Crowded future landscapes" - competing land uses - woodland emergence within hostile matrix of intensive land use - disruption of open habitat networks. Interplay between spatial analysis and social research. Ethical dimension - respect for present landuse practice and social/cultural importance of this. Place spatial analysis within complex social ecological economic, politcal context. Before Adam Thorogood Summit to Sea Case studies 2016 Wales forest extent, loss & gain Land use change on a large scale involving multiple partners. Passive vs. Active afforestation National Forest Summit to Sea - terrestrial and marine, upland, agricultural Northern Forest - built environment, infrastruture, peri-urban National Forest - 28 years into project, peri-urban, afforestation Borders Forest Trust - Carrifran Wildwood, upland afforestation Knepp Castle - estate, ex-arable/dairy land, process-led wilding Trees for life - Scottish highlands, restore Caledonian forest Mersey Forest - community-led, partnership, peri-urban "Emerging spaces for native woodland growth in Britain's crowded future landscapes." Operationalising future planing PhD Interview presentation Adam Thorogood 10th Aug 2018 Useful Datasets What are the drivers and constraints for increase or decrease in forest cover? Trees for Life Slovenia forest extent, loss & gain Phase 1 habitat survey Ancient Woodland Inventory Glastir woodland creation opportunities Agricultural data sets - IBERS Sentinel 2 satellite data UK forest extent, loss & gain

PhD Interview

Transcript: Setareh Amini • Graduated in Water Resources Engineering Email: star.amini74@gmail.com ResearchGate: Setareh Amini EDUCATION EDUCATION M.Sc. B.Sc. BACHELORS IKIU B.Sc. Water Sciences and Engineering (2014 - 2018) -17.16- top student IKIU MASTER'S M.Sc. Agricultural Engineering – Water Resources (2018 - 2020) -GPA=17.11- Thesis Grade: Excellent Master's thesis Determining the Best Temporal Resolution of Rainfall Forecasting Systems in Different Climate Regions of Iran RESEARCH RESEARCH Rainfall Forecasting Other Projects INTRODUCTION Determining the Best Temporal Resolution of Rainfall Forecasting Systems in Different Climate Regions of Iran Precipitation plays a vital role in water resources studies TIGGE Aminyavari et al. 2018 Saeedi et al. 2019 Javanmard Ghassab et al. 2018 Gaps Determining the Best Temporal Resolution of Rainfall Forecasting Systems in Different Climate Regions of Iran De Martonne Methods Determining the Best Temporal Resolution of Rainfall Forecasting Systems in Different Climate Regions of Iran Quantile Mapping ECMWF & METEO France = CC KMA & JMA = Detecting Rainy and Non-Rainy events By increasing the lead time the accuracy of all forecasts decreases significantly Results Determining the Best Temporal Resolution of Rainfall Forecasting Systems in Different Climate Regions of Iran After Bias Correction the performance of all NWP models in different lead times increases RMSE Values in the lead time of 10 days reduces by about 70 Time Aggregation Papers: Amini, S., Azizian, A., Daneshkar Arasteh, P. (2021). How reliable are TIGGE daily deterministic precipitation forecasts over different climate and topographic conditions of Iran? Journal of Meteorological Application. Amini, S., Azizian, A., Daneshkar Arasteh, P. (2020). Determining the Appropriate Temporal Resolution of Short and mid-terms of Global Precipitation Forecasting Systems over Iran. Journal of Iran-Water Resources Research. Amini, S., Azizian, A., Daneshkar Arasteh, P., (2020). Improvements of Global Forecasts of Precipitation in Distinct Climate Regions of Iran Using Quantile Mapping Method. Iranian Journal of Soil and Water Research. Azizian, A., Amini, S., (2020). The Effect of Climate and Topographic Conditions on the Performance of PERSIANN Family Products over Iran. Journal of Iran-Water Resources Research. Project Urban Storm water Modeling - SWMM Basin Flood Modeling- HEC-RAS, HEC-HMS, KW-GIUH,.. ArcGIS(Hec-GeoHMS), Assessment of Sediment Discharge Using Rusle and EPM Approaches - SWMM EXPERIENCE River Engineer EXPERIENCE Jul. 2019- Jun 2021 Hydraulic, Morphology, Sediment-Erosion Projects 1D-2DModeling Using Hec-RAS Assistant Project Manager: Coordinating Projects Thank you for your consideration Contact Information: Email: star.amini74@gmail.com ResearchGate: Setareh Amini

PhD interview

Transcript: Razieh Amini Industrious, skilled and ambitious candidate. Passionate to secure a challenging PhD position in Cellular and Molecular Biology with the aim to become an independent scientist. Extensive experience with varied experimental approaches, laboratory techniques and informatics. Excellent Interpersonal skills to maintain collaborations, while bearing the ability to drive projects independently. EXPERIENCE EDUCATION RESEARCH raziehamini1990@gmail.com EDUCATION M.Sc. B.Sc. BACHELORS Shahid Bahonar University of Kerman B.Sc. Molecular Genetics (2009 - 2013) -15.88 of 20 Relevant Courses Genetics Engineering (15.6) Genetics (16.2) Biochemistry (17.25) immunology (14.75) cell Biology (15.5) Arak University of Medical Sciences MASTER'S MSc. Biomedical Technology (2015 - 2017) -GPA=18.83 OF 20 ( top 5% of my graduating class) Master's thesis Evaluation of the effect of anti-PIK3R3 siRNA on growth and Sensitivity of the glioblastoma cell to erlotinib Relevant Courses Cell and Molecular Biology (20) Bioinformatics (19.25) Principle of using laboratory animals (20) Medical Biochemistry (19) Immunochemistry and analysis methods (18.4) Projects MiR-16 Synergistically Increases the Chemosensitivity of the CLL Cells through Inhibition of Mcl-1 and Bcl-2 Bioinformatics Prediction of miRNAs Targeting APRIL and BAFF Genes in Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia EXPERIENCE 2018-Now 2018-2021 Quality Control Expert Behnood Gene pharmaceutical company Quality Control Expert in Microbial and Bio assay sections 2021-Now Bonda Faravar Company 2017-2015 2015-2017 (18 months) Arak University of Medical Sciences Research Assistant RESEARCH RESEARCH INTRODUCTION METHODS ARTICLES CONCLUSION INTRODUCTION Combination Therapy with PIK3R3-siRNA and EGFR-TKI Erlotinib Synergistically Suppresses Glioblastoma Cell Growth In Vitro Up-regulation of PIK3R3 (Phosphoinositide-3-Kinase Regulatory Subunit 3), the regulatory subunit of PI3K is correlated with the drug resistance of the glioblastoma cells. In the present study, the effect of PIK3R3 siRNA on erlotinib sensitivity of the U373-MG glioblastoma cells was explored. Methods PIK3R3 siRNA transfection RT-qPCR Cell proliferation assay MTT assay ELISA cell death assay Conclusion Conclusion - PIK3R3 siRNA markedly suppressed the expression of PIK3R3 in a time dependent way, inhibited the proliferation of the U373-MG cells and triggered apoptosis (p <0.05, relative to blank control). Pretreatment with PIK3R3 siRNA synergistically decreased the cell survival rate and lowered the IC50 of Erlotinib. Moreover, PIK3R3 siRNA markedly enhanced the apoptotic effect of erlotinib. -suppression of PIK3R3 can effectively triggers apoptosis and enhances the sensitivity of the glioblastoma cells to EGFR-TKI Erlotinib. Thus, PIK3R3 can be a potential therapeutic target in glioblastoma patients. Papers 1:MiRNA-7 enhances erlotinib sensitivity of glioblastoma cells by blocking the IRS-1 and IRS-2 expression. • Journal of pharmacy and pharmacology. 2:Gene Therapy with MiRNA-Mediated Targeting of Mcl-1 Promotes the Sensitivity of Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer Cells to Treatment with ABT-737. Asian Pacific Journal of Cancer Prevention 3:MiRNA-Mediated Knockdown of Bcl-2 and Mcl-1 Increases Fludarabine-Sensitivity in CLL-CII Cells. Asian Pacific Journal of Cancer Prevention 4:Combination Therapy with PIK3R3-siRNA and EGFR-TKI Erlotinib Synergistically Suppresses Glioblastoma Cell Growth In Vitro. Asian Pacific Journal of Cancer Prevention 5:Bioinformatics Prediction of miRNAs Targeting APRIL and BAFF Genes in Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia. Journal of Arak University of Medical Sciences 6:MiRNA-15 and 16 synergistically Enhances the Apoptotic Effects of ABT-199 and Fludarabin in CLL Cells submitted to Journal of Molecular Biology Research Communications Title

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