Published: 27th March, 2020
Congratulations to the Blundell Group at the CRUK Cambridge Centre Early Detection Programme whose first paper is published in Science today. The paper, The evolutionary dynamics and fitness landscape of clonal hematopoiesis, addresses a key question in the field of early cancer detection, namely which specific mutations enable cells to expand most rapidly, and thus might confer the highest risk of cancer?
Published: 11th March, 2020
Postdoctoral Researcher in the Massie Lab, Dr Gahee Park, was invited to speak at the Advances in Genome Biology and Technology (AGBT) 2020 meeting held in Marco Island, Florida at the end of February. Gahee's talk, entitled Targeted Epigenome Sequencing of cfDNA to Improve Sensitivity for Early Cancer Detection explains their findings, using proprietary technology, that DNA methylation changes are robust cancer-specific markers. See Gahee's full talk on YouTube.
Published: 20th January, 2020
In an interview with Biologist Kenneth Kosik for Nature Career Column, Dr Sarah Bohndiek gives her twelve tips for engaging with biologists.
Published: 25th October, 2019
The CRUK Cambridge Centre fifth annual symposium will take place on Monday 27th January 2020 in the CRUK Cambridge Institute. We invite PhD students, postdocs, junior group leaders and other researchers involved in all aspects of early detection research to submit abstracts to be considered for an oral and/or a poster presentation (A1 portrait) at the event. Poster abstracts will also be considered for a 5-minute poster flash talk during the symposium.
Published: 22nd October, 2019
After the announcement of the International ACED Alliance on Monday, there has been a lot of media coverage for the Alliance and for the Early Detection Programme as part of it. This news item contains a list with some of the UK press coverage.
Published: 21st October, 2019
The CRUK Cambridge Centre Early Detection Programme along with University College London, the University of Manchester, the Canary Center at Stanford and the Knight Cancer Institute have become partners in the Cancer Research UK International Alliance for Cancer Early Detection (ACED).
Published: 16th October, 2019
The Predict Prostate tool, the first individualised prognostic tool accessible to both clinicians and patients to help make unbiased informed decisions about the value of treatment for newly diagnosed prostate cancer, has been awarded a University of Cambridge Vice Chancellors award for research impact & public engagement.
Published: 02nd October, 2019
Professor Douglas Easton and Professor Antonis Antoniou have been reconised for their work in understanding genetic risk factors for Cancer.
Published: 23rd September, 2019
We are delighted to announce that Dr Jamie Blundell, Group leader in the CRUK Cambridge Centre Early Detection Programme has been awarded a £1.2 million Future Leaders Fellowship by United Kingdom Research and Innovation (UKRI). Research and Innovation Chief Executive, Professor Sir Mark Walport, said: “The Future Leaders Fellowships will enable the most promising researchers and innovators to become leaders in their fields, working on subjects as diverse as climate change, dementia and quantum computing.”
Published: 13th September, 2019
King's College London's latest Cancer Prevention blog is out, focussing on the highlights of our recent International Early Detection Summer School. Click here to read the full blog.