Pioneering Research 2015/16: our annual research publication
Celebrating CRUK research community achievements
Pioneering Research celebrates some of the many achievements for CRUK and for researchers in our community over the last year, and the work we are doing right now as we implement our research strategy.
The publication features stories highlighting examples of your incredible work and outlines a few areas of current interest to us and the wider community, from Nobel Prize-winning research to building team science.
How we funded research in 2015/16
Our researchers are increasingly turning their attention to cancers with substantial unmet need but great potential for breakthroughs.
Skyrocketing drugs prices are increasing pressure on an already troubled NHS and becoming a barrier to bringing new therapies to patients.
We're driving collaboration and strengthening networking as multidisciplinary team science becomes ever more essential to beating cancer.
Jane Wardle, the pioneer of the behavioural sciences in cancer research, died in 2015 leaving an incredible research legacy.
In 2015, Richard Gilbertson returned to the UK to lead the CRUK Major Centre at Cambridge after 15 years at St Jude Children's Hospital in Memphis.
We're driving discovery research in immuno-oncology which is leading to new and exciting immunotherapeutic possibilities.
Feature stories explore the progress that we're making.
Getting under the cover
The striking data visualisation used on the cover of our 2015/16 publication has CRUK research at its heart. It shows international collaborations resulting from CRUK research.
Building on Researchfish™ submissions, the graphic uses the addresses of co-authors of research papers, resulting from CRUK funded research and published in the last five years, to map collaborations across countries.
Download the PDF of the print publication
Our print publication contains all of the above stories and more. In the print publication, hear from Dr Iain Foulkes, Executive Director of Strategy and Research Funding at CRUK, about our current priorities, and get the view ahead from Professor Peter Johnson, our Chief Clinician, and Professor Karen Vousden, Chief Scientist.
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