Research Opportunities

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training opportunities

Are you looking for the next step in your academic career? Are you interested in finding out more about our clinical, non-clinical and MB-PhD opportunities?

Every year, the Cancer Research UK Manchester Centre offers a wide variety of funded PhD projects to start during the next academic year. Any available projects will be listed below with further information available through the links. You can also filter for the opportunity that best suits your circumstances.

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Opportunities to start in 2022 are now available to view. Check back periodically or follow us on social media to stay up to date with our training programme.

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Cancer Research UK Manchester Centre - Research Opportunities
MB-PhD

Andrew Sharrocks – Identification of the molecular pathways operational in metastatic oesophageal adenocarcinoma

Cancer Research UK Manchester Centre - Research Opportunities
MB-PhD

Sue Astley – Using AI for risk prediction and early detection of breast cancer

Cancer Research UK Manchester Centre - Research Opportunities
MB-PhD

Andrew Gilmore – Understanding resistance to preventative tamoxifen therapy in women at high risk of breast cancer

Cancer Research UK Manchester Centre - Research Opportunities
MB-PhD

Robert Bristow – The role of chromosomal gains in defining clinical aggression in prostate cancer

Cancer Research UK Manchester Centre - Research Opportunities
MB-PhD

Andrew Renehan – Disentangling the inter-relationships between type 2 diabetes and measures of adiposity as triggers for early detection of pancreatic cancer: a mendelian randomisation and mediation analysis (UK Biobank)

Cancer Research UK Manchester Centre - Research Opportunities
MB-PhD

Caroline Dive – Interrogation of YAP1 function(s) in small cell lung cancer

Cancer Research UK Manchester Centre - Research Opportunities
MB-PhD

Adam Hurlstone – Engineering T cells to overcome glucose competition in the ovarian tumour microenvironment

Cancer Research UK Manchester Centre - Research Opportunities
MB-PhD

Stephen Taylor – Novel therapeutic strategies for ovarian cancer

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