Sheffield Cancer Research
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Marcus Cumberbatch awarded Hunterian Professorship for work on social inequality and cancer
Mr Marcus Cumberbatch, from the University of Sheffield’s Department of Oncology and Metabolism, has been recognised with the Hunterian Professorship for his groundbreaking work on how social inequality affects cancer outcomes.
Hiding in plain sight: How we can use immune cells to deliver cancer-killing viruses to tumours
Oncolytic viruses could represent a new treatment option for people with certain types of hard-to-treat cancers - making them more receptive to existing therapies. Read about the work of Dr Munitta Muthana's group.Published by Cancer Research UK
Claire Lewis wins national award for long-standing commitment to cancer research
Professor Claire Lewis, from the University of Sheffield’s Department of Oncology and Metabolism, has been recognised with the Woman Entrepreneur of the Year award by Cancer Research Horizons for her inspirational work in cancer research.
Weston Park Cancer Charity announces near £300,000 grant for new personalised treatment research project
The Ex Vivo drug screening project will aim to improve outcomes for cancer patients by trialling a new technique to better anticipate how particular patients will react to certain types of treatment.Published by Weston Park Cancer Charity