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This entry is part 1 of 12 in the series Research Integrity
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Revolutionising our understanding of cancer risk using a huge variety of data to advance early detection of the disease – it sounds as ambitious as it is exciting, but is it possible? We caught up with Professor Antonis Antoniou to find out... Revolutionising our understanding of cancer risk using a huge variety of data to advance early detection of the disease – it sounds as ambitious as it is exciting, but is it possible? We caught up with Professor Antonis Antoniou to find out...

by Phil Prime | Interview | 30 May 2023

30 May 2023

Professor Silvia Formenti whets our appetite for all things radiotherapy. She tells us what excites her about the future of the field and why support for research is so important… Professor Silvia Formenti whets our appetite for all things radiotherapy. She tells us what excites her about the future of the field and why support for research is so important…

by Phil Prime | Interview | 26 May 2023

26 May 2023

As the AACR conference continues, time to find out what some of our researchers think we can do to create a research environment in which everyone thrives As the AACR conference continues, time to find out what some of our researchers think we can do to create a research environment in which everyone thrives

by Phil Prime | Analysis | 18 April 2023

18 April 2023

We are at the AACR conference in Orlando where some of our incredible researchers are presenting their work. So, what does discovery research meant to them? Watch the video to find out...  We are at the AACR conference in Orlando where some of our incredible researchers are presenting their work. So, what does discovery research meant to them? Watch the video to find out... 

by Phil Prime | Analysis | 17 April 2023

17 April 2023

This April we come together with partners to celebrate the inaugural Teenage and Young Adult Cancer Awareness month. Caroline-May Huxley and Sandra Strauss explore the importance of shedding a light on cancer in this age group. This April we come together with partners to celebrate the inaugural Teenage and Young Adult Cancer Awareness month. Caroline-May Huxley and Sandra Strauss explore the importance of shedding a light on cancer in this age group.

by Phil Prime | Interview | 5 April 2023

5 April 2023

We spoke to Mariam Jamal-Hanjani and asked her to reflect on a career embedded in large-scale, collaborative and ambitious projects…    We spoke to Mariam Jamal-Hanjani and asked her to reflect on a career embedded in large-scale, collaborative and ambitious projects…   

by Phil Prime | In depth | 10 March 2023

10 March 2023

In this episode I tease out four themes that emerged over this first series that give some interesting insights into how we work as scientists, research leaders and research translators. It features some of the fantastic researchers that we have interviewed over the past year – including Professor Steve Jackson, Professor Ruth Plummer, Dr Simon Boulton, Professor Sir Leszek Borysiewicz, Professor Karen Vousden, Professor Richard Gilbertson and Professor Charles Swanton. In this episode I tease out four themes that emerged over this first series that give some interesting insights into how we work as scientists, research leaders and research translators. It features some of the fantastic researchers that we have interviewed over the past year – including Professor Steve Jackson, Professor Ruth Plummer, Dr Simon Boulton, Professor Sir Leszek Borysiewicz, Professor Karen Vousden, Professor Richard Gilbertson and Professor Charles Swanton.

by Phil Prime | Podcast | 14 February 2023

14 February 2023

This entry is part 9 of 9 in the series Cancer Research Matters - series 1

This episode features Dr Simon Boulton. Simon is a leader in the field of DNA damage sensing, repair and telomere maintenance. He talks about the dawn of the field of DNA damage repair, why an entrepreneurial approach to your research is so valuable and the importance of venture capital in the innovation landscape. This episode features Dr Simon Boulton. Simon is a leader in the field of DNA damage sensing, repair and telomere maintenance. He talks about the dawn of the field of DNA damage repair, why an entrepreneurial approach to your research is so valuable and the importance of venture capital in the innovation landscape.

by Phil Prime | Podcast | 20 January 2023

20 January 2023

This entry is part 8 of 9 in the series Cancer Research Matters - series 1
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We welcome two outstanding researchers – Kairbaan Hodivala-Dilke and Simon Boulton – as they join our group of funding committee chairs. We welcome two outstanding researchers – Kairbaan Hodivala-Dilke and Simon Boulton – as they join our group of funding committee chairs.

by Phil Prime | Interview | 22 November 2022

22 November 2022

This entry is part 1 of 8 in the series Diversity in research

This episode features our Chief Clinician Professor Charles Swanton. He talks about lung cancer, the power of the translational mind-set and delves into the flagship project, TRACERx. This episode features our Chief Clinician Professor Charles Swanton. He talks about lung cancer, the power of the translational mind-set and delves into the flagship project, TRACERx.

by Phil Prime | Podcast | 1 November 2022

1 November 2022

This entry is part 7 of 9 in the series Cancer Research Matters - series 1