We are situated in the heart of the City of London on the beautiful Charterhouse Square Campus. Our research laboratories, clinical trials centre and teaching are located primarily on this campus, within minutes of the new Barts Cancer Centre at St Bartholomew's Hospital, one of the most advanced cancer centres in Europe.
Charterhouse Square is 1 of 3 Queen Mary University of London campuses, all based in the East End of London. Rich in history and diversity, it is in one of the most vibrant and exciting areas of London.
With the new Olympic village only a short tube ride away, our surrounding area will be a bustling metropolis of energy and activity. Whether you are studying or working here, you will get to experience both the old and new London.
Please note that the campus is not accessible from Clerkenwell Road without an access card issued by security. Please use the Rutland Place entrance to the south.
7 - John Vane Science Centre
- Centre for Cancer & Inflammation - 3rd Floor
- Centre for Stem Cells in Cancer & Ageing - 3rd Floor
- Centre for Haemato-Oncology (Laboratories) - 3rd Floor
- Centre for Molecular Oncology - Ground Floor/Basement
- Centre for Tumour Biology - Ground Floor
3 - Joseph Rotblat Building
- Barts Cancer Institute Teaching Centre and seminar rooms
2 - Old Anatomy Building
- Experimental Cancer Medicine Centre - Basement/First Floor
- Barts Cancer Institute Director's Office - Ground Floor
Tube: The closest tube stations are Barbican and Farringdon (Hammersmith & City, Circle and Metropolitan lines) and St. Pauls (Central line)
Bus: There are around 17 bus routes that run close to these sites. These include route 4 to Waterloo, 55 to Oxford Street, 100 to Blackfriars, 100 & 153 to Liverpool Street and 55 & 243 to Old Street
For more details of tube and bus travel in London see the Transport for London website
Train: Many of the East London train termini are within walking distance or a short bus or tube ride away. These include Liverpool Street, Cannon Street, London Bridge and Blackfriars Stations.
For more details of trains see National Rail website
Car: Both sites are within the Congestion Charging Zone - for more information see here. Parking spaces on site are limited and must be booked in advance.