Research

Francesca Buffa


High throughput technology has supported a scientific revolution both in molecular biology and clinical research.

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Jean-Baptiste Cazier


The work of the Bioinformatics Core is balanced between collaborative research with investigators in the Department of Oncology and some independent research funded by external grants.

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Bart Cornelissen


The goal of the Radiopharmaceuticals and Molecular Imaging group is the development of novel radiopharmaceuticals for the imaging of cancer.

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Vincenzo D'Angiolella


Dr D'Angiolella's group focuses on the identification of new mechanisms governing cell cycle events and the response to genotoxic stress with a particular emphasis on the role of ubiquitin–mediated proteolysis in the process.

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Grigory Dianov


Our long-term goal is to study the proteins and mechanisms involved in the coordination and regulation of base excision repair, to unravel their role in the repair of radiation induced DNA damage and to examine the relationship to human diseases, such as cancer.

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Ester Hammond


The focus of my lab is the DNA damage response to the tumour micro-environment.

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Maria Hawkins


The aim of my research is to maximise clinical benefit in terms of better tumour control and reduction in toxicity

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Geoff Higgins


Our group undertakes both laboratory and clinical research that aims to better understand the molecular basis of tumour cell resistance to radiation treatment with the long term aim of developing treatments to make radiotherapy more effective.

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Mark Hill


The Radiation Biophysics Core provides radiation resources and expertise in addition to the development and use of novel radiation sources and techniques.

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Tim Humphrey


Understanding how genome stability is maintained in response to DNA double-strand breaks.

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Anne Kiltie


The focus of my lab is the investigation of DNA damage signalling and DNA repair as they relate to the aetiology of bladder cancer and its response to radiotherapy and combined modality treatments.

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Tim Maughan


Professor Maughan will lead the Clinical Research Programme at the CRUK/MRC Oxford Institute for Radiation Oncology, aiming to deliver a step change in the effectiveness of radiotherapy through the evaluation of novel scientific approaches derived from the Institute's scientists in hypothesis driven clinical trials. In addition he aims to identify means to select patients for appropriate therapy through the use of functional imaging and biomarkers.

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Gillies McKenna


The effects of radiation on cancer cells and on mechanisms of resistance to radiation with the goal of sensitizing cells to radiation by blocking mechanisms that control cell survival.

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Ruth J Muschel


Research group interested in the mechanisms underlying the development of metastasis.

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Eric O'Neill


The main areas of interest in our lab are cell signalling and stem cells and cancer stem-like cells.

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Peter O'Neill


Focuses on how clusters of DNA damage, formed by ionising radiation, detrimentally interfer with the maintenance of genome stability.

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Mike Partridge


The ultimate goal of my team is to harness technical advances in both medical imaging and radiation delivery to provide improved radiotherapy for individual patients.

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Kristijan Ramadan


The research focus of the group is to understand the role of the ubiquitin-proteasome system (UPS) and its central component p97/VCP in genome stability and consequently in cancer and ageing.

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Anderson Ryan


The focus of the group is to translate advances in our understanding of the molecular pathology of lung cancer and its microenvironment into better treatments for patients.

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Ricky Sharma


Translation of biochemical knowledge of DNA adducts and excision repair to the prevention and treatment of cancer.

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