We are creating a new state-of-the-art drug discovery centre to create more and better drugs for cancer patients. We now have less than £14m to raise and urgently need your support.
Sally is living with stage 4 melanoma. She tells her story.
Dr Olivia Rossanese feels strongly about diversity in science – and why it’s so important to continue to build on the strides we have made to encourage more women into science.
Scientific Officer Nafia Guljar shares her thoughts on the growing number of role models for women in science.
ICR Team Leader Dr Navita Somaiah is a clinician scientist – a trained medical doctor who also carries out research. She tells us about what wearing these two ‘hats’ means.
Dr Becky Cook, Head of Research Support, is a great example of the range of careers open to women in STEM, and had some great advice on finding a role that fits your skillset.
ICR Team Leader Dr Jyoti Choudhary looks back at some inspirational female figures at the ICR, and the role she is playing now in inspiring the scientists of the future.
Cancer treatment is often effective at first, but patients’ tumours sometimes stop responding even to the most advanced therapies. This is because cancers adapt and evolve over time, and learn how to resist treatment.
We caught up with Professor Tim Eisen at our first joint Science Day. Professor Eisen is an ICR alumnus and gave aspiring PhD students and early career researchers some tips about the secrets of a successful career in oncology.