Cancer workshops and lectures
Watch our series of seminars and workshops on demand – featuring in-depth scientific discussions on key areas of research spanning basic, translational and clinical research.
Sharing knowledge is a key driver of innovation. Our expert academics have dedicated their lives to researching novel and innovative fields of cancer research from precision prevention and early detection to radiotherapy and advanced therapies.
We are committed to sharing our depth and breadth of scientific research with our wider community to improve our understanding of cancer, develop new collaborations with universities across the world, and strengthen our research portfolio.
MCRC workshop: ex vivo modelling
Find out about the latest ex vivo modelling research in cancer early detection. Hear keynote talks discussing the latest innovations in systems that model how cancer develops outside of cells.
Learn more about what ex vivo models are and find out how they can be applied to breast cancer and pancreatic cancer. These are followed by work showcasing early career researchers Dr Eldhose Skaria and Helen Clough, who present further work from the laboratories of Andrew Gilmore and Sarah Cartmell. In collaboration with the International Alliance for Cancer Early Detection.
20 May 2020
- Dr Andrew Gilmore
- Professor Sarah Cartmell
- Dr Claus Jorgensen
- Dr Ellen Langer
- Dr Eldhose Skaria
- Helen Clough
Research UK RadNet Manchester AHP Academy workshop
Discover more about radiotherapy research in Manchester and hear first-hand experiences from radiographers across the world.
Find out more about the CRUK RadNet Manchester Academy, a collaborative hub to develop the next-generation of radiotherapy radiographers who will work in novel fields including proton beam therapy, MR-Linac and FLASH radiotherapy.
In collaboration with:
- Cancer Research UK Manchester Centre;
- Cancer Research UK RadNet Manchester;
- The Christie NHS Foundation Trust.
12 May 2020
- Professor Janelle Yorke
- Dr Cynthia Eccles