Dr Sunil Jain


Clinical translational prostate cancer research and clinical trials. Our group is focused on translating promising preclinical research into early phase patient clinical trials. Similarly, we routinely collect novel patient samples and clinical information for preclinical research

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We need biology, physics and clinical PhDs to work with our large team to analyse clinical trial information and samples with a view to identifying novel predictive and prognostic biomarkers for radiotherapy treatment in prostate cancer.

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  • Friend’s of the Cancer Centre Consultant Clinical Oncologist
  • Significant research press on clinical trial activity


Faculty of Medicine, Health and Life Sciences

School of Medicine, Dentistry and Biological Sciences

Centre for Cancer Research and Cell Biology

Advanced radiotherapy

Research students

PhD Title: Integromics capacity in prostrate cancer to enhance biomarker discovery

Name: Ross Murphy
Years of Study: 1
Country: United Kingdom

MD Title: RT± IAP antagonist in locally advanced or de novo metastatic disease. Radiobiological, medical physics, translational and clinical considerations

Name: Ciaran Fairmichael
Years of Study: 2
Country: UK

PhD Title: Exploring the role of naturally occurring prostate calcifications as an alternative to surgically implanted fiducial markers for Image guided radiotherapy

Name: Angela O’Neill
Years of Study: 3
Country: UK

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