Together we will beat cancer
The Cancer Research UK Manchester Centre is a translational research centre that delivers world-leading research across six cross-cutting research themes – from developing novel radiotherapy and experimental cancer medicines, to driving early detection and biomarker sciences into the clinic.
Charlotte Mellor wins BACR Student Impact Award 2023
Charlotte received the BACR Student Impact Award based on the strength of her engagement work with local students from working class backgrounds and her approach to sustainability, peer support and teaching inside and outside the laboratory.
The Christie Paterson Cancer Research Centre Completes
Following a devastating fire which caused significant damage to The Paterson Building in 2017, building work on the new facility that will house researchers from the CRUK Manchester Institute, The Christie and University of Manchester has completed.
Explore The Centre
Discover more about the postgraduate cancer research opportunities we provide and see why Manchester is the ideal place to start the next phase of your cancer research academic career.
We prioritise research across six research themes, underpinned by strategic resources and core scientific services leveraged from across our various strategic partners.
Find out how we engage with our research community, the public and people affected by cancer.
Discover the Radiation Research Unit, in collaboration with The Christie NHS Foundation Trust, helping to develop new clinical treatments in radiation oncology.
Explore how Manchester is driving innovation in cancer early detection as part of a £55M international alliance established to help detect cancer sooner.
Study improves accuracy of predictive breast cancer genetic test for Ashkenazi Jewish women