18 Oct 2017

Congratulations and welcome! Which aspects of your new role are you most excited about?

15 Aug 2017

We caught up with the Programme Office’s newest recruits: Project Officer Eleanor Foot and Student Combinations Alliance Assistant Alex Briggs.

16 Jun 2017

As we are now at the beginning of a new quinquennium, we sat down with Dr Aoife Regan, Head of ECMC Programme Office, to find out what’s in store for the next five years for the network.

What you are most excited about for the future?

In the Programme Office we are all really excited about taking on responsibility for the paediatric network. The possibility of facilitating better access to new therapies for children is quite a motivator.

11 Apr 2017

On 1 April 2017, Liverpool ECMC joined the Adult ECMC Network. We caught up with Professor Daniel Palmer, the Liverpool ECMC Lead, to hear why joining the Network is important for cancer patients in Liverpool, his love for Johnny Marr, and what inspired his career in oncology.


09 Feb 2017

Dr Harriet Walter of is the chair of the Junior Investigator Network Group (JING), a group that supports junior investigators across the country develop through their early careers. We caught up with Harriet at the JING residential, to chat about why she got involved with JING and how the group can support junior investigators at a crucial point in their careers.

21 Dec 2016

Hannah Brown, Project Officer in the ECMC Programme Office can now add a new title to her name: Cancer Research UK’s ‘Our Heroes’ 2016 Winner.  Her desk is still littered with congratulatory cards, bouquets, a golden crown, and photographs of her receiving her award from CEO, Sir Harpal Kumar - it is apparent that those around her are still celebrating.

27 Oct 2016

Professor Carlos Caldas from Cambridge ECMC has been awarded the Hamilton-Fairley Award.  The distinguished award was established in 1988, and is given to candidates who are internationally recognised for outstanding achievements in cancer research.

17 Aug 2016

Prof Malcolm Mason has had a huge influence on the Cardiff ECMC. It was with fond reflection that we celebrated the prostate cancer expert’s retirement last month.

20 Jun 2016

“We wanted to make this course purely about cancer.”

Professor Andrew Hughes, co-lead at Manchester ECMC, describes the Experimental Cancer Medicine MRes run at the University of Manchester.

06 Apr 2016

CM-Path is a cellular and molecular pathology initiative developed by the ECMC’s Cellular Molecular Pathology (CMP) Network Group.  Taken on and established by the NCRI, the initiative provides funding of £635,000 over five years with the aim of boosting pathology research in the UK.