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Professional activities

Professor Paul Workman, Signal Transduction & Molecular Pharmacology and Clinical Pharmacology & Trials teams

 

Professional activities

Qualifications

Awards, Prizes or Honours

Award for Excellence in Oncology Research, European School of Oncology, 1985.

ICRETT Fellowship, UICC, 1990.

Life Fellowship, Cancer Research Campaign, 1991.

Bruce Cain Memorial Award Lecturer, New Zealand Society for Oncology, 2003.

Honorary Award for Cancer Drug Discovery and Development, Dutch New Drug Development Office, 2006.

ICON Distinguished Lecturer, University of Manchester, 2007.

Tom Connors Award Lecturer, British Association for Cancer Research, National Cancer Research Institute, 2009.

George & Christine Sosnovsky Award, Royal Society of Chemistry, 2010.

Bruce Cain Memorial Lecturer, New Zealand Society for Oncology, 2011.

AACR Team Science Award (Team Leader), American Association for Cancer Research, 2012.

Chemistry World Entrepreneur of the Year, Royal Society of Chemistry, 2012.

Cancer Research UK Translational Cancer Research Prize (Joint Team Leader), Cancer Research UK, 2013.

Fellow of The Royal Society (FRS), The Royal Society, 2016.

Fellow of the European Academy of Cancer Sciences, The European Academy of Cancer Sciences, 2014.

Fellow of the Academy of Medical Sciences (FMedSci), The Academy of Medical Sciences, 2002.

Fellow of the Royal Society of Medicine, The Royal Society of Medicine, 2007.

Editorial Boards

Cancer Cell.

Oncotarget.

Molecular Oncology.

Current Cancer Drug Targets.

BBA Reviews on Cancer.

Cancer Science.

Molecular Cancer Therapeutics, 2002-2012.

British Journal of Cancer.

Cell Cycle.

External Committees

Committee on the Welfare of Animals in Cancer Research, Chair, National Cancer Research Institute

Division of Cancer Therapeutics

The Division of Cancer Therapeutics has an unrivalled track record at discovering novel cancer treatments and biomarkers.