Cancer Research UK Centres

Cambridge is a Cancer Research UK Major Centre along with Manchester and two centres located in London. We act as a vital research hub for the Cancer Research UK Centres network across the UK, drawing together expertise and, encouraging collaborative research. Operating as a partnership between Cancer Research UK, the University of Cambridge and Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, the Cambridge Centre bridges the gap between innovative laboratory work and improving patient care. In Cambridge our priority areas of research as a Major Centre are integrated cancer medicine and early detection.

Cambridge is a research hub for Cancer Research UK Centres
Centres network

The Cancer Research UK Major Centres act as research hubs for the network of cancer centres of excellence across the UK. Each Centre brings together researchers and support from local universities, the NHS and Cancer Research UK. Collaboration is key to the success of the Centres network – enabling researchers who do not normally work together to exchange ideas and information more easily. The Cancer Research UK Centres are in: Barts, London; Birmingham; Cambridge (Major Centre); City of London (Major Centre); Edinburgh; Glasgow; Imperial College, London; Institute of Cancer Research, London; Kings Health Partners, London; Manchester (Major Centre); Newcastle; Oxford; Southampton; and University College, London.


University of Cambridge
Cancer Research UK Cambridge Institute