Detecting early-stage tumours in the bowel
World-class research and excellence in cancer biology, population health and health care
Cancer research at Bristol is a vibrant cross-disciplinary community which focuses on core strengths in cancer cell biology, genetic and lifecourse epidemiology and health services research. In partnership with Bristol NHS Trusts and the University of West of England (UWE), we aim to accelerate the identification and translation of research into clinical practice for the early detection and treatment of cancer.
Cancer is a leading cause of death and morbidity worldwide, and with the ageing of the population and changes in lifestyle such as increasing obesity, its incidence is likely to continue to rise. Research in Bristol, lead by internationally recognised experts in the field, is looking to enhance early diagnostics, screening and prevention of a variety of cancers.
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- Pioneering software can grow and treat virtual tumours using A.I. 22 September 2021
- Academic partnership NIHR announces £25 million funding for the School for Public Health Research 20 September 2021
- Bristol Cancer Research Network’s Early Detection and Prevention of Cancer symposium 17 September 2021
BBSRC information webinar: New Investigator grants
25 October 2021, 11.00 AM
A transcriptome-wide association study of high-grade serous epithelial ovarian cancer identifies new susceptibility genes and splice variants
27 October 2021, 10.30 AM
Race Based vs Race Conscious Medicine
27 October 2021, 5.15 PM
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