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BCI PhD Day – Celebrating the work of our postgraduate research students

7th October 2022

After taking place online for the last two years running, we were pleased to be able to hold this year’s annual BCI PhD Day in person on 15th September. Organised by the BCI PhD Forum, PhD Day celebrates the work of our postgraduate research students and provides the opportunity for them to showcase their research to fellow students and academics.

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Science and art collide at this year’s Royal Academy’s Summer Exhibition

21st June 2022

An artwork by Professor Tyson V. Sharp from Barts Cancer Institute at Queen Mary University of London has been selected for display in Room VIII at the Royal Academy of Art’s prestigious Summer Exhibition.

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Barts Cancer Institute at ASH 2021

17th December 2021

In December each year, the American Society of Hematology (ASH) hosts its Annual Meeting and Exposition – the premier event in malignant and non-malignant haematology. The event represents an invaluable opportunity for researchers at Barts Cancer Institute, Queen Mary University of London to highlight their blood cancer research on an international stage.

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Barts Cancer Institute hosts its first Robotic Surgery Symposium

3rd December 2021

On 4th November 2021, Barts Cancer Institute at Queen Mary University of London, in partnership with Barts Health NHS Trust, hosted its first Robotic Surgery Symposium, focused on the use of robotic systems for minimally invasive (or laparoscopic) surgery.

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Celebrating the work of our PhD students

15th October 2021

On 28th September, we held our annual PhD Day – an event that celebrates the work of the postgraduate research students at the Barts Cancer Institute, Queen Mary University of London.

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Going virtual for BCI PhD Day 2020

7th October 2020

On 23rd September 2020, Barts Cancer Institute held their annual PhD Day, which is a celebration of the work of our postgraduate research students and an opportunity for them to showcase their research to fellow students and academics. Due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, this year’s PhD Day took place online via Zoom, and 130 staff and students tuned in to watch the live presentations by our students.

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