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Oxford joins cancer coronavirus registry project

Oncologists in Oxford join Leeds, Birmingham and more universities to help monitor COVID-19 positive cancer patients

Oxford technology holds great promise for a multi-cancer blood test

Ongoing Oxford research aims to improve the sensitivity of cancer blood tests with the goal of earlier detection for a variety of cancers.

Oxford University and Sichuan University form joint Centre for Gastrointestinal Cancer

The University of Oxford-Sichuan University Huaxi Joint Centre for Gastrointestinal Cancer is a new international collaboration that seeks to develop an integrated gastrointestinal cancer plan through the exchanging of ideas and resources.

Dr Eileen Parkes joins Oxford Cancer

Eileen brings research into the body’s innate immune response to cancer and how we can harness these pathways to develop novel clinical treatments

Professor Sir Peter Ratcliffe elected as an AACR Academy Fellow

Sir Peter joins the ranks of the American Association for Cancer Research’s finest scientists.

Tackling oesophageal cancer early detection challenges through AI

Dr Sharib Ali specialises in the applications of AI to early oesophageal cancer detection

Oesophageal Cancer Focus Month: DPhil Spotlight – Pek Kei Im (Becky)

We talk to DPhil student Becky Im about her investigations into oesophageal cancer risks in Asian populations

Centre co-Director Prof Xin Lu honoured by the Royal Society

Co-director of the Oxford Centre, Prof Xin Lu, has been elected as a Fellow of the Royal Society for her contributions to cancer biology.

Novel sequencing techniques reveal microRNA influence on prostate cancer development

A new publication collaboration between three Oxford departments uses a novel screening approach to reveal the influence microRNA have on the spread of cancer

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.