Centre for Molecular Oncology
The main goal of our centre is to use our multi-disciplinary expertise in the molecular mechanisms of cancer to develop novel biomarkers and therapies that will improve outcomes for cancer patients.
Our themes include:
- Mechanisms of Cancer Cell Biology including metabolism, genome stability, hypoxia and RNA biology
- Biomarkers and therapeutic targets
- Immuno- and viral therapy
- Cancers of specific interest: prostate, testicular, ovarian, breast, pancreas and lung
We are enthusiastic about hosting prestigious UK and international Fellowships within our Centre.
Listed below are major Fellowships that are relevant and available for quality candidates. Please check carefully your eligibility against the criteria in the links. Most of these are only available to UK, EU and Commonwealth researchers. We intend to support a number of outstanding candidates through the Fellowship application process each year.
If you believe you are a potential candidate please send your CV and publication list together with an outline of your future proposal to the Centre Lead (Professor Tyson Sharp; email@example.com), which should be compatible with the Centre Research Interest (please also refer to individual Group Leaders' Research Interests).