Detecting early-stage tumours in the bowel
World-class research and excellence in cancer biology, population health and health care
Cancer research at Bristol is a vibrant cross-disciplinary community which focuses on core strengths in cancer cell biology, genetic and lifecourse epidemiology and health services research. In partnership with Bristol NHS Trusts and the University of West of England (UWE), we aim to accelerate the identification and translation of research into clinical practice for the early detection and treatment of cancer.
Cancer is a leading cause of death and morbidity worldwide, and with the ageing of the population and changes in lifestyle such as increasing obesity, its incidence is likely to continue to rise. Research in Bristol, lead by internationally recognised experts in the field, is looking to enhance early diagnostics, screening and prevention of a variety of cancers.
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The Cancer Research Network is involved in the administration of the University Cancer Research Fund, which supports pump-priming projects into Cancer research.
- University of Bristol joins UK-wide calls for government to support post-Covid recovery plans 2 November 2020
- Bristol researchers awarded Future Leaders Fellowships 15 October 2020
- New emergency care research hub for Bristol launched 12 October 2020
Role of treatments for diabetes and hyperlipidaemia in risk and mortality of primary and secondary brain tumours
25 November 2020, 10.30 AM
On Mendelian Randomisation Mixed-Scale Treatment Effect Robust Identification (MR MiSTERI) and Estimation for Causal Inference
25 November 2020, 1.00 PM
POSTPONED Cancer and Bone- who to treat, when, and with what?
27 November 2020, 10.30 AM
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