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The Department of Oncology employs multidisciplinary approaches from physics, biology, chemistry and mathematical modelling to investigate DNA biology and epigenetics, cell and environmental biology of tumour tissue, and both systemic and local immunological responses in cancer.

The department offers an established, world-leading, graduate training programme. Our degree courses focus on expanding scientific knowledge, with particular emphasis on therapies involving drug discovery or action and therapies used in combination with radiotherapy.

Please take a moment to review the different courses available in the department below, and to hear what our students think on our Student Experience page.

If you have any questions that are not answered here, please contact the  Department of Oncology Education Team