Translation Immunology Group We hope you enjoy reading this update report on your generous donation to the Translational Immunology Group at the University of Liverpool, part of the Department of Molecular and Clinical Cancer Medicine Institute of Systems, Molecular and
Finally, the Welsh Government and the Health Service are going to honour their 2008 pledge that Bowel Screening roll out for the 50-74 years age group would be rolled out over 5 years. We have had many excuses from the lack of
Imperial researchers are partners in a UK initiative to improve clinical imaging for research and the development of new treatments. Scientists at Imperial College London are among a UK-wide team of experts set to lead a new national clinical imaging
Researchers Dr Aaron Wall and Dr Bruce MacLachlan, who’s project CR&GUK generously supported, explain how the donation helps with their work. The equipment is up and running and enabling researchers to progress with their research. In the video, Aaron and
The University of Liverpool is most grateful to Cancer Research and Genetics UK and their supporters for the enormous generosity in supporting our research needs over the years. The recent donation to the Translational Immunology Group in the Department of
28/3/23 Cancer Research & Genetics UK are donating £10,000 to the work of Professor Ross Eeles at the Institute of Cancer Research in London on the 28 March 2023.
Understanding the genetic causes of prostate cancer June 2022 We are enormously grateful for the generosity of Cancer Research and Genetics UK over the years in supporting The Institute of Cancer Research’s (ICR) prostate cancer research. We hope you will
“After a chance meeting with Mr Nick Philips, the director of the charity, I played him the demo of the song “Mama Dear” and Nick immediately agreed that the song could help his charity. He suggested we record the track
15/02/23 Liverpool University Cancer Research & Genetics UK have donated £10,000 to Liverpool University to fund much needed research.
17/01/23 Imperial University, London Cancer Research & Genetics UK have donated £10,000 to Imperial University, London to purchase a histology slide screen. “Our mission is to ensure all men have access to fast and accurate diagnosis of prostate disease. We
6/12/22 University of Cardiff Early career stage researchers, Dr Aaron Wall and Dr Bruce MacLachlan (they work under Prof. Awen Gallimore who we have previously supported and Prof. Andrew Godkin) are looking at how the immune system detects and interacts
1/7/21 University of Liverpool – Ottensmeier Group The University of Liverpool and local NHS partners recently invested in a major new programme of immunology cancer research to help translate new discoveries into novel treatments for patients as quickly as possible.
28/6/21 Beaston Pebble Appeal An example of the ground-breaking research taking place at Glasgow includes the work taking place in The Cagan Laboratory. They are investigating and developing new cancer treatments using a classical tool, the fruit fly, Drosophila. The
28/6/21 INCISE project and purchase of two high specification GPU cards Computational workstations to enable deep learning-based bowel cancer screening in the University of Glasgow Digital Pathology Research Centre We are delighted with the support from Cancer Research and Genetics
31/05/21 Chemiluminescence system for the Division of Cancer and Genetics at Cardiff University Your generous donation will be used to purchase a chemiluminescence system for the Division of Cancer and Genetics at Cardiff University. Chemiluminescence is an analytical imaging technique
31/05/21 Institute of Cancer Research As part of their ongoing research Professor Ros Eeles’ work required a centrifuge. In addition to previous donations Cancer Research Genetics UK were delighted to be able to help with a donation of £10,000. The
01/07/20 Cancer Research & Genetics UK have donated £10,000 to the Clatterbridge Cancer Centre at the new Liverpool hospital to buy -86 C freezers for storing tissue samples of patients in cancer research. The work we are supporting will be
27/03/20 Cancer Research & Genetics UK have donated £10k to Professor Andrew Sewell’s work at Cardiff University. His research group is focused on T-cell antigens and the receptors that recognise them. Cancer Research and Genetics UK?s donation will purchase a
24/12/19 Cancer Research & Genetics UK are in negotiations to buy £10k of equipment for the new Liverpool Cancer Hospital / Clatterbridge Cancer Centre.
25/8/19 Video of Dr Helen Pearson explaining the impact of the vibratome, funded by Cancer Research and Genetics UK, which sits in the Marcia Phillips Tissue Culture Suite in the European Cancer Stem Cell Research Institute.
16/4/19 Cancer Research & Genetics UK donated £10,000 to the Manchester Cancer Research Centre who work closely with the Christie NHS Foundation Trust, the largest cancer hospital in Europe. To read our latest communications with the university please click here and
20/3/19 One year ago Cancer Research & Genetics UK donated £10,000 to Manchester University to purchase a gentleMACS dissociator. The University has recently got back to us with an update on the progress made in prostate cancer care and research.
22/2/19 This important donation from Cancer Research & Genetics UK will help support our preclinical studies, investigating how we can improve the efficacy of targeted therapeutic agents to treat prostate cancer and advance our understanding of how this disease develops
12/2/19 Support from Cancer Research & Genetics UK in 2018 has now been used to purchase an embedding machine for the immunohistochemistry facility, which is currently in development. The Institute would like to thank Cancer Research Genetics UK for their
2/2/19 Cardiff University have used our donation towards purchasing a Vibratome. Which is a Leica microtome that enables researchers to section up tumour samples for culturing slices of tissue in plastic dishes. Dr Helen Pearson has a number of prostate
5/9/18 Cancer Research and Genetics UK’s donation will fund the purchase of equipment for an immunohistochemistry facility within the Department of Molecular and Clinical Cancer Medicine at the University of Liverpool. This new facility will also be available to other
1/9/2018 Cancer Research & Genetics UK are donating £10,000 to purchase equipment for Dr Helen Pearsons Research into prostate cancer genetics and treatments at Cardiff Universitiy European Cancer Stem Cell Research. New research has uncovered insights into the mechanisms that underlie prostate cancer,
6/6/2018 Cancer Research & Genetics UK are donating £10,000 to Glasgow University in Scotland to buy a Luminescence Plate Reader – for the Institute of Cancer Sciences department. Dr Fiona Thomson has provided some information about this equipment and how
1/6/2018 Cancer Research & Genetics UK have donated £10,000 to purchase Imaging equipment in the X- Clarity Tissue Clearing System at Cardiff University. The research is led by Professor Matt Smalley at the European Cancer Stem Cell Research based at
28/9/17 Cancer Research & Genetics Uk have donated £10,000 to purchase equipment for Proffesors Andrew Pettit and Sarah Coupland and Mark Boyds research at Liverpool University. The Researches are based in the Universities Department of Molecular and Clinical and Cancer Medicine