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Cancer Research UK Boat Race

Joshua Bugajski (Stroke 4), an MSc Oncology student in Katherine Vallis’ group was part of Oxford’s winning team on Sunday, 2 April when they cruised to victory in the 2017 Cancer Research UK boat race against Cambridge. 

Oxford won the toss and chose the Surrey station.  The crew took an early lead over Cambridge and this was Oxford’s 80th win in the event’s history – just 2 behind their rivals. 

(photo credited to Getty Images)

 

2016 Oxford Harrington Scholarship

It was announced in August 2016 that Professor Valentine Macaulay was awarded the 2016 Oxford Harrington Scholarship. Professor Macaulay’s work focuses on understanding growth factor receptor function, and the award was given to support novel approaches to disrupt receptor function as therapy for cancer.  "I am honoured to be selected as the 2016 Oxford Harrington Scholar" said Professor Macaulay, "and I will do my utmost to exploit the opportunities provided by this award.".

New era in precision medicine for pancreatic cancer

The development of new treatments for pancreatic cancer is set to be transformed by a network of pancreatic clinical trials, aiming to find the right trial for the right patient, after a £10 million investment from Cancer Research UK announced today.

The investment will support the PRECISION Panc project which aims to develop personalised treatments for pancreatic cancer patients, improving the options and outcomes for a disease where survival rates have remained stubbornly low.

2016 Advanced Apprenticeship Award

Workshop Apprentice Kyle Hallett, has been awarded the 2016 Advanced Apprentice Award at the University of Oxford’s 2016 Apprenticeship Awards which was held at the Sheldonian on Friday, 9 December.  The award has recognised Kyle’s huge amount of enthusiasm for learning all aspects of work.  He has embraced new technologies in advanced design and manufacture and is already providing his worth by increasing the workshop productivity in the Department.   Kyle is in his second year of his appre

Bubbles, ultrasound and radiotherapy: creating a new approach to drug delivery

Using funding from the CRUK–EPSRC Multidisciplinary Project Award, a team of researchers from the University of Oxford, Clinical Oncologist Professor Anne Kiltie, Biomedical Engineer Professor Eleanor Stride and Biophyscist Professor Boris Vonjovic, are sharing their respective expertise to unlock exciting new approaches in chemotherapy and radiotherapy using ultrasound.

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