Accelerating cancer research
NCRI has a number of different strands of work to accelerate cancer research.
Beyond the Horizon is a new meeting series that aims to facilitate knowledge-sharing and generate dialogue across disciplines with a view of accelerating progress in cancer-related research.
Clinical trials units (CTUs) play a pivotal role in delivering UK research, from the design and delivery of trials, to analysis and publication of results.
NCRI’s Living With and Beyond Cancer (LWBC) initiative aims to increase the level of research in this area to help improve the quality of life of people affected by cancer.
The CM-Path programme, brings together experts from pathology and other fields to build a stronger base of people and resources for the UK to undertake pathology research
NCRI’s Clinical and Translational Radiotherapy Research Working Group (CTRad) brings together UK experts to provide national leadership and support the development of radiotherapy research.
The NCRI Clinical Studies Groups provide a forum for cancer researchers to develop trials and build a strategic portfolio within their area of expertise
Surgery is an important part of many cancer patients’ journeys, and the NCRI 2008–2013 strategic plan raised concerns about the UK’s capacity to undertake surgical research
We want to hear your ideas for how the NCRI can further progress towards the goals set out in our five-year strategy.