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Haider Tari is a PhD student who uses mathematical modelling to understand cancer cell interactions. In this short video, he talks about why he has enjoyed studying at the ICR.
Oncology registrar, Leroy, is in the second year of his Oncology MSc at the ICR. Here he describes how the basic science informs what he practices at work every day.
Dr Ramsay Singer is a Clinical Research Fellow at the ICR working on immunotherapy drugs to improve treatments for patients with breast cancer.
Sarah Ash is a second-year PhD student at the ICR researching immunotherapy treatments to limit the spread of metastatic breast cancer.
In this new video, Phuc Hoang — a third year PhD student studying multiple myeloma — talks about the what it is like to study for a PhD at the ICR.
PhD student Anabel Zelceski discusses her research and her thoughts on studying at the ICR.
Clinical Oncology Registrar, Dr Sooha Kim talks about the exciting and dynamic Oncology MSc course and how she would recommend studying at ICR because of its great reputation.