Established in 2019 as part of a UK-wide network, Cancer Research UK RadNet Manchester is one of three Radiation Research Units. CRUK RadNet Manchester, in collaboration with The Christie NHS Foundation Trust, will develop an integrated world-leading radiation oncology programme working towards individualised personalised physical and biological testing based on real-time outcomes and a mechanistic understanding of the tumour microenvironment, immune response, comorbidity and genomics.
Uplifting the RadNet award is an affiliated gift from The Taylor Family Foundation of £4.5 million to improve our understanding and treatment of Head and Neck cancers using proton beam therapy and other advanced radiotherapy and imaging techniques.
Find out more about the activities of the Radiation Research Unit through the links below.
About CRUK RadNet Manchester
Discover more about the Radiation Research Unit and our work to develop an integrated radiation oncology programme.
RadNet Infrastructure and Facilities
Discover the radiation research facilities available to our researchers in Manchester.
AHP Doctoral Academy
Providing training and development for Allied Health Professionals (AHPs) including radiographers.
CRUK RadNet Manchester’s research activities cover three distinct work packages and four cross-cutting research hubs
Discover the Radiotherapy BioAdaption research funded through the CRUK Manchester Centre that supports RadNet’s research programme.
Discover how CRUK RadNet Manchester is governed, and how we interact with other centres across Manchester.