Diffuse midline gliomas are the most common solid tumors in children, and they are difficult to detect and treat. Molecular tools are needed to aid diagnosis… Read more »
Dr. Saratsis is a pediatric neurosurgeon at Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago, and Assistant Professor of Neurological Surgery at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, where she treats children with surgical disorders of the central nervous system and conducts clinical and translational research. Dr. Saratsis’s laboratory investigates the molecular biology of pediatric brain tumors, with particular focus on biomarkers of disease the effects of histone mutations in pediatric high-grade and diffuse midline glioma.
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- Pediatric Brain Tumor Mutations are Detectable in Cerebrospinal Fluid - 21st April 2017