Our research activities cover three distinct work packages and four cross-cutting research hubs and focus on head and neck, bladder, prostate, cervix, lung cancers, along with paediatric cancers and lymphomas. Find out more about the research activities in RadNet Manchester and the academic and project manager teams helping to deliver our vision.
The three key research work packages and the corresponding cross-cutting research hubs that lie at the heart of CRUK RadNet Manchester.
A disease site, research work package/ cross-cutting research hub matrix showing the priority tumour sites for RadNet Manchester.
The three RadNet Manchester research work packages aim to integrate biological and clinical data for Manchester patients treated with radiotherapy. The work packages are:
- Radiotherapy and Immune Cell Interactions
- Treating Complex Comorbid Cancer Patients
- The Tumour Microenvironment and Genetic Instability
Supporting the work packages are four cross-cutting collaborative ‘hubs’ for uplifting personnel and maximising clinical impact. The research hubs are:
- The National Proton Biology Research Hub
- The Clinical Informatics Hub
- Translational and Early Phase Radiotherapy Trials Hub
- Allied Health Professionals Doctoral Academy Hub
About CRUK RadNet Manchester
CRUK RadNet Manchester is a £16.5m Radiation Research Unit in collaboration with The Christie
RadNet Work Packages
RadNet Manchester will help to pioneer new discoveries in radiotherapy split across three specific work packages of research.
Cross-Cutting Research Hubs
Discover the four cross-cutting research hubs that support RadNet Manchester.
Meet the RadNet Team
Meet the team of RadNet Manchester academics, programme managers, students and professional services staff.
RadNet Facilities and Infrastructure
CRUK RadNet Manchester benefits from the existing infrastructure and facilities within Manchester across the various strategic partners of the CRUK Manchester Centre.
Discover how CRUK RadNet Manchester is governed, and how we interact with other centres across Manchester.