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Submit your radiotherapy research ideas for discussion and feedback, deadline 19 April

The next CTRad Proposals Guidance Meeting will be in June and the deadline for submission of radiotherapy research proposal ideas will be on 19 April 2017.  Visit the CTRad webpage for more…

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Against Breast Cancer offering 2 Seed Grants in 2017 for innovative research

Against Breast Cancer is offering 2 Seed Grants in 2017 for innovative research that has the potential to impact the way metastatic breast cancer is diagnosed, treated or even prevented. Seed…

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Registration now open for the BTOG & NCRI Lung Cancer CSG Trials Meeting

Register for the BTOG & NCRI Lung Cancer CSG Trials Meeting The NCRI Lung CSG and British Thoracic Oncology Group (BTOG) are hosting a joint Lung Cancer Trials Meeting on 16 June 2017 at the…

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Winter Partners’ Meeting Highlights

Highlights from NCRI Winter Partners' meeting, 19th January 2017 The 2017 NCRI Winter Partners' Meeting brought together NCRI trustees, senior representatives from NCRI Partner organisations,…

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We are now recruiting new members for NCRI Clinical Trials Pathology Advisory Group (CT-PAG)

The NCRI CM-Path initiative are looking to recruit new members for their new advisory group - Clinical Trials Pathology Advisory Group (NCRI CT-PAG). We are specifically looking for members from…

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Target Ovarian Cancer launches call for project grant applications

Target Ovarian Cancer is delighted to launch a new national call for project grant applications, following a review of their research strategy in 2016. They are inviting bids for Translational…

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Call for Proposals in Screening, Prevention and Early Diagnosis

Call for Proposals – NCRI SPED Workshop to help Investigators develop ideas for studies in Screening, Prevention or Early Diagnosis SPED will be holding a workshop on Wednesday 17 May 2017. …

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New report evaluating pathology capacity in the UK endorses NCRI CM-Path initiative

A new report published by Cancer Research UK highlights the importance of initiatives like the NCRI’s Cellular and Molecular Pathology (CM-Path) Initiative to future proof pathology and help…

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Pancreatic Cancer Research Fund joins NCRI

We are delighted to announce that the Pancreatic Cancer Research Fund (PCRF) has joined us as an NCRI Partner, with effect from 1st October 2016. NCRI Director Karen Kennedy said ‘NCRI is a…

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CM-Path Industry Engagement Day takes place on Wednesday 5 October 2016

The Technology and Informatics Workstream of the CM-Path Iniative is holding an Industry Engagement Day on Wednesday 5 October 2016 at the Medical Research Council in London. Attendance is now…

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Register for the RCPath & CM-Path event: ‘A Pathologist’s Guide to Research and Clinical Trials’

The Royal College of Pathologists (RCPath) is hosting this new conference with the NCRI initiative, CM-Path (cellular molecular pathology initiative). The event will take place in London on Friday 9…

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Applications now open for cellular pathology trainees to attend the NCRI Cancer Conference

The NCRI Cancer Conference showcases the latest basic, translational and clinical cancer research. It brings researchers together to share ideas and develop collaborations. This year RCPath and…

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Clinical Trials trainee scheme a huge success

The Clinical Trials Trainee Scheme was piloted with the NCRI Head & Neck CSG in 2013 and due to the success of this initiative, it was launched across all CSGs.  In November 2014, we received…

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Prostate Cancer UK accepting submissions for Research Innovation Awards

Prostate Cancer UK is calling for bold, innovative and game changing research that has the potential to make a real impact on the lives of men with prostate cancer. All…

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NCRI Future of Surgery workshop report now available

“Trials are only as credible as their endpoints.”   The first NCRI Future of Surgery workshop took place in May and focused on outcome measures in surgery studies. Plenty of interesting…

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Cancer Research UK to commission research on the UK’s non-surgical oncology treatments workforce

Cancer Research (CRUK) knows that delivering world-class cancer outcomes relies on a vast array of health professionals. They are crucial at all stages of an individual’s journey, ranging from GPs…

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Highlights from the NCRI Summer Meeting

The 2016 NCRI Summer Meeting took place on  22 June 2016 in London and brought together senior representatives from NCRI Partner organisations, industry and patient representatives. It was an…

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Register for the NCRI Upper GI CSG trials meeting

The next NCRI Upper GI Clinical Studies Group (CSG) trials meeting is being held on Monday 26 September at the Cavendish Conference Centre. The purpose of the meeting in not only to promote new…

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Registration now open for ECMC meeting: Therapeutic interventions for cancer prevention conference, Bristol (July 18-19)

The British Association for Cancer Research (BACR) and the ECMC Network are hosting a joint multidisciplinary meeting organised by UKTCPN Group.  The meeting will address the enormous…

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Landmark paper published by NCRI CTRad Working Group

A NCRI CTRad Working Group has published a landmark paper in Nature Reviews Clinical Oncology setting out consensus recommendations to increase the number of novel drugs being successfully used in…

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Now published: CTRad: identifying opportunities to promote progress in molecular radiotherapy research in the UK

NCRI’s Clinical and Translational Radiotherapy Research Working Group (CTRad) has published its review of molecular radiotherapy (MRT) research in the UK.MRT has considerable potential to benefit…

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Jobs and opportunities

Latest jobs and opportunities See below for a list of jobs and other opportunities from across the NCRI Partnership and…

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