CRUK RadNet Manchester governance is separated over three levels.
- A Programme Board
- A Leadership Group
- An International Advisory Board
The majority of the operational governance is led by a Programme Board, consisting of the Director, Professor Robert Bristow, Deputy Directors Professor Kaye Williams and Professor Catharine West, the Programme Manager, Rebecca Elliott, and education lead, Rachel Chown. Together, they shape the direction and delivery of the Unit.
The Leadership Group, consisting of academic directors, scientific leaders, and project managers regularly meet to update about the individual work packages and hubs, ensuring cohesive and aligned research priorities.
CRUK RadNet Manchester also leverages the existing radiotherapy infrastructure and expertise that currently exists in Manchester, including facilities at The Christie, academic expertise at the University of Manchester, and existing research programmes and activities through other CRUK facilities across Manchester, the NIHR Manchester Biomedical Research Centre and many more.
Governance of CRUK RadNet Manchester showing how the work package leads interact with the leadership team and other organisations across Manchester.
About CRUK RadNet Manchester
CRUK RadNet Manchester is a £16.5m Radiation Research Unit in collaboration with The Christie.
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