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NCITA: a new consortium on cancer imaging

NCITA – the UK National Cancer Imaging Translational Accelerator – is a new consortium that brings together world leading medical imaging experts to create an infrastructure for standardising cancer imaging in order to improve its application in clinical cancer treatment.

What is a clinical trial? - new video series

What expect at every stage of an early phase clinical trial, so patients can make the most informed decision.

AI research discovers link between smell genes and colon cancer

Dr Heba Sailem’s new discovery shows a connection between your sense of smell and the spread of colon cancer.

NDORMS win cancer research awards

NDORMS researchers have won awards from Cancer Research UK to improve understanding of cancers and immunotherapy

New MSc in Precision Cancer Medicine

Oxford University launches new part-time online course to offer training in an exciting, novel area of cancer treatment.

Oxford Pancreatic Network Launch

As November 21st marks World Pancreatic Cancer Day, Oxford clinicians…

Sir Peter Ratcliffe Awarded Nobel Prize

Three scientists who discovered how cells sense and adapt to…