Clinicians, scientists and students engaged in cancer research at Newcastle share a common purpose: to improve treatment outcomes for patients with cancer. Work covers a broad spectrum - understanding the biological and molecular differences between normal and malignant cells and using this knowledge to develop new anti-cancer drugs.
Our staff and postgraduate students are based in the Northern Institute for Cancer Research (NICR) or the School of Chemistry. The NICR incorporates the Newcastle Cancer Centre, a unique collaboration between Cancer Research UK and the North of England Children's Cancer Research Fund.
We are a major training base for the next generation of cancer researchers. Our Institute covers many areas of cancer research, including: -Solid tumours and leukaemias -Childhood and adult cancers -Drug discovery and early phase clinical trials
We offer approximately 15 MD, PhD and integrated MRes/PhD studentships each year, including the Newcastle Cancer Centre training programme. Projects in all research areas are available to fully-funded international students.
Members of our postgraduate community come from a variety of subject backgrounds including biological and biomedical sciences, chemistry, genetics, pharmacy, medicine, dentistry and veterinary medicine.
We hold regular postgraduate seminars which you will be required to attend and where you will deliver presentations. You will also attend and present your data annually at national cancer research meetings and at least one international meeting.
Our Institute has close working relationships with companies in the pharmaceutical and biotechnology sectors.
A number of our studentships are direct collaborations with industrial partners, with opportunities to spend placements with these partners.
Our staff and postgraduate students are based in the Northern Institute for Cancer Research (NICR) or the School of Chemistry (medicinal chemistry students).
Our laboratories contain a full range of contemporary genomic, bioinformatic, proteomic, synthetic chemistry and pharmacology equipment, and clinical research facilities.
Cancer - MPhil
page on the Newcastle University website for more details!
A 2:1 honours degree, or international equivalent, in a science or medicine related subject.
08 May 2017
Recipient: Newcastle University
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