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The BACR mission is to promote the advance of research in relation to all aspects of cancer and encourage the exchange of information.
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Prof Val Speirs Mar 11
Registration now open for New Developments in Breast Cancer Research - From Lab to Clinic. Exciting line up of speakers. Join us in 9-11 0ctober 2019
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Br A Cancer Research Mar 5
Deadline for the BACR 2019 awards is extended to the 30th of April, so there is still time to apply for these prestigious awards. For details on the awards, eligibility, and more information please go to:
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Br A Cancer Research Feb 4
Is cancer research driven by evidence on what is most likely to deliver cure/long-term control? Great international line up will take a critical look on March 10-12, at the Francis Crick Institute. Join the discussion.
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Br A Cancer Research Jan 26
Fantastic news for UK cancer research!
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Br A Cancer Research Jan 18
We would like to thank our sponsors , , , , , , , and .
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Br A Cancer Research Jan 18
Registration is open for the BACR 'The Challenges Preventing Cancer Cure', at the Francis Crick Institute, London, 10th-12th March, organised in association with the Royal Society of Medicine. See for more details.
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Br A Cancer Research Dec 3
The 1st of 2019 is the 'The Challenges Preventing Cancer Cure', at Francis Crick Institute, London, 10th-12th March. This is organised in association with the Royal Society of Medicine. Please see for more details.
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Br A Cancer Research Nov 28
'Save the date' for our upcoming 2019 events! We look forward to seeing you there. Remember, if you are a BACR member you can benefit from reduced registration rates. See for more details.
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Katie Begg Nov 26
I won the poster prize! 🏆🤓Thanks to the student organising team for running the show today and for picking me for the prize!
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Prof Val Speirs Nov 25
Student organising committee deep in conversation with special guest Mina Bussell and other invited speakers ahead of student conference tomorrow
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Prof Val Speirs Nov 26
Today’s the first student conference organised for students by students. Inspirational list of invited speakers incl Mina Bissell.
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Br A Cancer Research Nov 13
Congratulations to our chair Prof Julian Downward on this prestigious award!
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Prof Val Speirs Nov 6
A worthy winner of poster prize too
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Stelios Chrysostomou Nov 6
Thanks for an excellent in the beautiful city of Glasgow and for The BACR Hamilton Fairley Award. Special thanks to all contributors and .
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BACR Tumour Microenvironment meeting 2019 Nov 5
It’s happening! Final stages of the conference being organised! Can’t wait for it to start. Get in contact if any further information needed
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Prof Val Speirs Nov 4
Excellent start to kicks off with plenary talk sponsored by
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Prof Val Speirs Nov 5
Dr Sean Lim receives Roger Griffin for drug discovery at
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Prof Val Speirs Nov 5
Another prize winner. Dr Seth Coffelt of win young scientist of the year
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Ester Hammond Sep 25
PhD project available to work in collaboration between Hammond and Conway groups and More details here; Application deadline Jan 11th 2019
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Dr Isabel Pires Oct 22
Pls RT: 5 PhDs (thread - details of individual projects below). Fully funded (UK/EU and International) PhD studentships. Multidisciplinary projects between (Biomed), (Chemistry, Computer Science, Imaging), and .
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