NCRI’s CTRad is currently inviting radiotherapy research ideas for open discussion and peer input prior to application to funding bodies at the next virtual CTRad Proposals Guidance Meeting on 4 July 2022. There will be opportunities for investigators to present and discuss their concepts with CTRad experts at this meeting.

The aim of this workshop is to provide guidance for the development of Phase I, II and III Radiotherapy (including Proton Beam Therapy) studies, and we would welcome proposals at any stage of development. The discussion panel will be drawn from the NCRI CTRad membership and invited experts in the field to ensure breadth of input.

Please complete the following application form. Within the form, you will be required to complete a proposal proforma document (the template can be found here) and upload it as part of your application.

The deadline for submissions is Tuesday 7 June at 12pm.

Please contact us at: ctrad@ncri.org.uk if you have any queries or require further information.

Lead researcher details

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Proposal elements

Primary focus: Radiotherapy

(Maximum of 5 choices)
You can provide up to three keywords describing the topic(s) of the study not covered above

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