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Dr Peter Szlosarek at the 18th IASLC World Conference on Lung Cancer

Posted in Conferences, BCI on the Road Published by Reza Roozitalab 17 October 2017

ADI-PEG20 with Immune Checkpoint Blockade for Malignant Mesothelioma

Dr Peter Szlosarek at the 18th IASLC World Conference on Lung Cancer

Tomorrow, Wednesday 18th October, Dr Peter Szlosarek will present "Pegylated Arginine Deiminase Potentiates PD-1/PDL-1 Immune Checkpoint Blockade in Malignant Mesothelioma" at the 18th IASLC World Conference on Lung Cancer, Yokohama, Japan...

New Group Leaders at BCI

Posted in General News Published by Reza Roozitalab 16 October 2017

New and familiar faces at Barts Cancer Institute

New Group Leaders at BCI

Congratulations to academic staff members Dr Jessica Okosun & Kevin Rouault-Pierre from our Centre for Haematology Oncology and Dr Oliver Pearce from the Centre for Cancer & Inflammation! 

Find out more about the research that our new group leaders will carry out...

2017 Barry Reed PhD Studentships

Posted in General News, BCI Spotlight Articles, Engagement Published by Reza Roozitalab 11 October 2017

4 new students awarded Barry Reed PhD studentships for 2017

2017 Barry Reed PhD Studentships

Thanks to the fundraising efforts of Norah Reed, once again, we are delighted to welcome a second cohort of Barry Reed PhD students to BCI. The 4 new exciting projects...

World Cancer Research Day at BCI - 24 September 2017

Posted in General News, Engagement Published by Reza Roozitalab 24 September 2017

A Future Without Cancer

Get involved with World Cancer Research Day!

Researchers at BCI come together for World Cancer Research Day 2017 - an annual inititative highlighting the importance of research in the fight against cancer.

Find out how you can be involved...

BCI welcomes our new MSc students

Posted in General News Published by Zoe Leech 21 September 2017

BCI welcomes our new MSc students

BCI is thrilled to welcome a new cohort of postgraduate students, at the start of what promises to be yet another exciting academic year! Students from a variety of backgrounds came together at our historic Charterhouse Square campus to meet lecturers, experience the laboratories and get to know more about their chosen subjects.

 

Professor Jack Cuzick wins Lifetime Achievement Award

Posted in Grants & Awards Published by Kaye Yeung 20 September 2017

Professor Jack Cuzick wins Lifetime Achievement Award

Professor Jack Cuzick has received the Cancer Research UK Lifetime Achievement Award in recognition of his lifetime commitment in the field of cancer prevention and detection.

BCI Promotions Autumn 2017

Posted in General News Published by Zoe Leech 25 August 2017

BCI Promotions Autumn 2017

Congratulations to our staff members who have new titles - senior lecturers, readers and professors. We are very proud to call them our colleagues and friend here at BCI!

STARS 2017-Another successful year

Posted in Engagement Published by Zoe Leech 23 August 2017

In July, our Science Training for Aspiring Research Scientists (STARS) programme saw 23 young people spend a week at the Barts Cancer Institute.

Prof. Fran Balkwill wins Inspiring Leadership in Research Engagement Prize

Posted in Grants & Awards Published by Zoe Leech 20 June 2017

Prof. Fran Balkwill wins Inspiring Leadership in Research Engagement Prize

Professor Fran Balkwill was presented with the Inspiring Leadership in Research Engagement Prize in recognition of her significant commitment and contributions to public engagement with science the CRUK Researchers’ Retreat 2017.

Blood cell identifies patients with aggressive prostate cancer

Posted in Publications Published by Zoe Leech 19 June 2017

Blood cell identifies patients with aggressive prostate cancer

Patients who have aggressive prostate cancer could be identified by a highly accurate and simple blood test, according to an early study by Queen Mary University of London (QMUL).

The research discovered rare cells in the blood that could be used to identify patients who are 10 times more likely to die of their prostate cancer, allowing targeted treatments to be offered as early as possible.

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