Network Groups

Bringing together expertise from across the Centres, the Network Groups provide the ECMC research community with a forum for:

  • peer-to-peer support
  • training and development
  • improving quality and standards
  • tackling particular research challenges in early phase and translational research.

UK Therapeutic Cancer Prevention Network Group (UKTCPN)

UKTCPN brings together a unique blend of expertise for research in cancer chemoprevention including scientists, clinicians, epidemiologists, statisticians and specialists in primary care, diet and nutrition.

Centre Business Leads (CBL) Forum

This group brings together the operational teams from across the adult and paediatric ECMC networks to share learnings and solutions to optimise trial delivery and inform national initiatives.

Junior Investigator Network Group (JING)

The aim of this group is to bring together, and help develop, junior investigators across all disciplines of translational research within the ECMCs. 

Quality Assurance and Translational Science (QATS) Network Group

The QATS Network Group supports translational research, with a focus on high levels of quality and regulatory compliance.

Research Nurses Network Group

The nurses promote quality care for patients taking part in early phase research through peer support, training and guidance for those involved in early phase and translational research.

Haematology Network Group

The ECMC Haematology Network Group brings together a range of stakeholders with specialist interests in early phase haematology trial opportunities.