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The Association for Radiation Research - bringing together those with a common interest in radiobiology, radiation chemistry and radiation physics
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BIR Oct 10
Radiobiology cancer research bursary in memory of Dr Nic McNally. £750 available to attend a relevant conference. Supported by the Gray Laboratory Cancer Research Trust
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REQUITE Oct 12
The REQUITE Animation produced shows why we founded the and is available in 6 languages : see links on
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Br A Cancer Research Oct 11
Deadline for the BACR Fellowships and Bursaries is quickly approaching! Apply by the 31st of October, for detailed criteria and more information please go to
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ESTRO Oct 4
The 2019 ESTRO guide is out! Have a look and discover what courses and conferences are planned for the upcoming year
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Nicholas Henthorn Sep 24
Replying to @AssocRadRes
Thanks for the travel bursary
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IAEA Oct 7
is abnormal cells in the body that are growing out of control. Radiotherapy can be used to fight it but in , more than 50% of the countries don’t have a single radiotherapy machine. How can we change that? Watch the 📽 to learn more.
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RESC DIT Aug 24
Update on ICRR2019 Manchester at the ERRS General Assembly
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ARR Aug 24
Save the date! International Congress of Radiation Research August 25th-29th 2019 in Manchester. Follow the link to register your interest.
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RESC DIT Aug 22
Congratulations to ERRS Bacq and Alexander Awardee Prof Kevin Prise
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ARR Aug 8
Fellowships for early career researchers deadline for expressions of interest 12th October. Follow the link for more details.
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Catharine West Jul 18
patient explains why they entered the REQUITE study
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Br A Cancer Research Jun 28
Do you work in ? is the perfect place to discover the latest advances, discuss high quality , and meet with leading professionals. Taking place from 4-6 November - early bird rates end 30th June!
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Emma Biglin Jun 27
First presentation at a conference! ✔️
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Kelly Jun 27
Prof Robert Griffin: Spatial modulation & anti-angiogenic therapy can potentiate tumour response & modulate the microenvironment. PS. Don't forget "Fifty Shades of Gy"! ⬜️◻️◽️▫️🤔 @SydneyNeuroOnc
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Kelly Jun 27
Dr Fiona McDonald: 4D MRI-Linac will enable real-time imaging & RT of tumours supporting better tumour control & potential dose escalation to improve patient outcomes. @SydneyNeuroOnc
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Kelly Jun 27
Prof Peggy Jeggo: Misrepaired DSB rather than non-repaired DSB are important. Quality vs quantity of DNA repair! ☢️ @SydneyNeuroOnc
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Emma Searle Jun 27
Proud to win a best poster prize at . Thanks to CRUK NAC for funding the work and to Dr Duncan Forster for so elegantly standing in for me at the presentation!
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Ester Hammond Jun 27
Thank you and for organising . It was a great meeting showing off many aspects of radiation research. Thank you for my lovely flowers, which made it to It was a great honour to be chair of
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Eva-Leonne Göttgens Jun 27
Just got back from a fantastic meeting. Very well-organised and excellent speakers and science. Many thanks for the travel award and the opportunity to present the work I've been doing with and
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The PRECISE Group Jun 27
Having a relevant snack after an excellent meeting
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