The National Cancer Research Institute is a UK-wide partnership between research funders working together to make faster progress against cancer. Our Partners have funded more than £5.5bn of cancer research since 2002, and working together ensures that these funds are used to best effect.
What we do
NCRI runs a number of different strands of work to evaluate the cancer research landscape and facilitate coordination: The NCRI Clinical Studies Groups, the annual NCRI Cancer Conference, the NCRI Cancer Research Database and the NCRI Cancer Clinical Trials Unit Group make up our core business. We also run an evolving programme of initiatives to address research gaps or barriers and capitalise on scientific opportunities that are too large or complex to be taken forward by one organisation alone.
Latest updates from the NCRI and beyond
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- NCRI Workshop to help Investigators develop ideas for studies in Screening, Prevention or Early Diagnosis
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