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World Economic Forum, China

8th July 2019

Prof Balkwill represents European researchers at World Economic Forum in China Professor Fran Balkwill, Lead for the Centre for Cancer & Inflammation, Barts Cancer Institute, Queen Mary University of London, was selected as a high-level delegation to the World Economic Forum in Dalian, China, last week to discuss her work in cancer research. As one […]

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CRUK Career Establishment Award

4th July 2019

Dr Oliver Pearce has received a Cancer Research UK Career Establishment Award, which will fund a project that will look at restoring response to immunotherapy in triple-negative breast cancer.

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New EHA President

28th June 2019

Professor John Gribben New President of European Hematology Association Professor Pieter Sonneveld handing over EHA Presidency to Professor Gribben. Congratulations to Professor John Gribben, Lead for the Centre for Haemato-Oncology, Barts Cancer Institute (BCI; Queen Mary University of London), who has been announced as the new President for the European Hematology Association (EHA). The Presidency […]

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BCI PhD Day 2019

20th June 2019

On Tuesday 11th June, Barts Cancer Institiute held their annual PhD Day, which celebrates the work of BCI’s postgraduate research students. The day provides a fantastic opportunity to for the students to showcase their work to fellow students and academics through oral and poster presentations.

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Prof Jones wins RCPath Award

14th June 2019

Congratulations to Professor Louise Jones who is the recipient of a RCPath Excellence Award, which celebrates excellence in pathology practice and promotes high standards in pathology education, training and research to deliver the best patient care.

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Cervical Screening Awareness Week

12th June 2019

This week (10-16th June) is Cervical Screening Awareness Week, an initiative started by Jo’s Cervical Cancer Trust, which aims to raise awareness of the importance of cervical screening. In the UK, approximately 3,200 women are diagnosed with cervical cancer annually, making it the 14th most common cancer in women. Cervical screening, otherwise known as a smear test, can help to prevent cervical cancer, which claims 870 lives per year.

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