Our research projects

We won't stop until cancer does

Project
Improving the effect of immunotherapies for melanoma skin cancer
Cancer type
Melanoma
Research goal
Improving current treatment
Project
Unravelling the genetic background of oesophageal cancer
Cancer type
Oesophageal cancer
Research goal
How cancer develops
Project
Epigenetics – exploring one of cancer’s weak spots
Cancer type
General cancer
Research goal
How cancer works
Project
A new ground-breaking approach to bile duct cancer and liver cancer
Cancer type
Liver cancer
Research goal
New targeted therapies
Project
Developing a new class of anti-cancer drug
Cancer type
General cancer
Research goal
New targeted therapies
Project
Using fruit flies to unravel how cancer starts
Cancer type
General cancer
Research goal
How cancer works
Project
Off the clock: understanding immune cell’s circadian rhythm to improve anti-tumour therapies
Cancer type
General cancer
Research goal
How cancer works
Project
Uncovering a novel treatment target in brain cancer to overcome resistance to therapy
Cancer type
Brain cancer
Research goal
New targeted therapies
Project
Exploring how stem cells help cancer evade chemotherapy
Cancer type
Leukaemia
Research goal
How cancer works
Project
Peer pressure: how cancer cells spread and how to stop them
Cancer type
General cancer
Research goal
New targeted therapies
Project
Developing a therapy for a challenging but promising target in cancer
Cancer type
General cancer
Research goal
New targeted therapies
Project
Investigating the effect of immune therapy on certain immune cells
Cancer type
Melanoma
Research goal
New targeted therapies
Project
Getting on cancer's nerves: exploring how the tumour's environment helps it grow
Cancer type
Pancreatic cancer
Research goal
How cancer works
Project
Switching off DNA repair in cancer cells
Cancer type
General cancer research
Research goal
How cancer works
Project
Why are women more at risk of adrenal cancer?
Cancer type
Adrenal cancer
Research goal
How cancer develops
Project
Finding ways to detect oesophageal cancer sooner
Cancer type
Oesphageal cancer
Research goal
Improving cancer diagnosis
Project
Cutting communication between normal and tumour cells in pancreatic cancer
Cancer type
Pancreatic cancer
Research goal
How cancer works
Project
Understanding drug resistance in metastatic bowel cancer
Cancer type
Bowel cancer
Research goal
How cancer works
Project
Identifying new drugs for the treatment of lung cancer
Cancer type
Lung cancer
Research goal
New targeted treatments
Project
How a genetic parasite contributes to cancer development
Cancer type
General cancer research
Research goal
How cancer works
Project
A potential new drug target for an aggressive form of leukaemia
Cancer type
Leukemia
Research goal
How cancer works
Project
Visualising molecular messengers in chronic lymphocytic leukaemia
Cancer type
Leukemia
Research goal
Improving current treatments
Project
The importance of fat in the aggressiveness of pancreatic cancer
Cancer type
Pancreatic cancer
Research goal
How cancer works
Project
Probing a group of proteins to develop novel ways to detect and treat cancer
Cancer type
General cancer research
Research goal
How cancer works
Project
Flicking the right switches to prevent cancer progression
Cancer type
General cancer research
Research goal
New targeted treatments
Project
Building mini-tumours in the lab to study bowel cancer
Cancer type
Bowel cancer
Research goal
How cancer works
Project
Developing targeted immunotherapy for leukaemia
Cancer type
Leukemia
Research goal
How cancer develops
Project
Understanding why children with Down Syndrome are at risk of leukaemia
Cancer type
Leukemia
Research goal
How cancer develops
Project
Understanding a newly discovered way cells repair damage to DNA
Cancer type
General cancer research
Research goal
How cancer works
Project
Delivering immunotherapy to the heart of lung cancer
Cancer type
Lung cancer
Research goal
New targeted treatments

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