Centre for Cancer Research & Cell Biology

Research

Our Mission

Improving patient care through the development of biomarkers for prognosis, prediction and markers of response, and the development of biologically determined targeted therapies.

The Centre for Cancer Research & Cell Biology (CCRCB) at Queen's University Belfast is a cross-Faculty, interdisciplinary research centre with over 300 clinical and basic researchers from across the world and is committed to the highest quality of research excellence. To achieve our mission we are pursuing the highest quality clinical and basic science research programmes. The hallmark of our research programme is a close, collaborative interaction between clinical and laboratory research experts that ultimately enhances the quality and scope of our integrated basic and clinical research programmes in cancer as well as other diseases.

This is facilitated by a Clinical Research Showcase which reinforces the close engagement between the CCRCB and the Clinical Cancer Centre.

 

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Clinical Research Showcase

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Combining Research Strengths

Focus Groups

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Science Expertise

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Cancer Research UK Belfast Centre

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From Discovery to Recovery

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CCRCB brings together scientists, doctors and nurses who, by sharing knowledge and expertise, will rapidly develop lab-based discoveries into treatments that will benefit patients globally.

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