Welcome to the Gray Institute for Radiation Oncology and Biology
Gray Institute for Radiation Oncology and Biology has been created to be the world's largest and most comprehensive centre for research in radiation oncology and biology. Our focus is aspects of radiobiology that could yield new advances in radiation treatment of patients with cancer.
The unit is collaboratively supported by Cancer Research UK (CRUK) and the Medical Research Council (MRC), and is directed by Professor Gillies McKenna, who is Chair of Radiation Oncology and Biology.
- Prestigious Royal College of Radiologists 2014 Gold Medal Awarded to Professor Gillies McKenna
- New initiative to evaluate liver radiotherapy in Oxford
- National Cancer Research Institute Awards November 2013
- BBC Radio 4 "Today" programme interview about the NCRI Conference, Liverpool
- Identification of ELTD1 as a key player in blood vessel formation