Join our Research & Strategy Cancer Insights Panel
We are sorry, this opportunity to get involved has closed
Thanks for your interest in this opportunity, unfortunately it's now closed. We do have other exciting ways for you to get involved, which are listed on our current opportunities page.
You will help make sure the work we do represents and reflects the needs of all people affected by cancer. During the last year, our panel has helped us identify opportunities for teams and researchers to involve more people affected by cancer in their work (e.g. precision medicine, Centre for Drug Development), understand and improve our communications to the public in our research and webpages.
We want to continually bring in new perspectives, so we’re looking for new members to join our Cancer Insights Panel (Research & Strategy).
Closing date: Closed
Location: Meetings will take place in Stratford, London on weekdays. The venue is accessible.
Payment and Expenses: Travel and reasonable accommodation expenses paid. £80 payment offered for each meeting.
Time commitment: 2 years, with day-long meetings every other month, along with additional email consultations.
Interested in Policy & Communications?
We are also recruiting for our Cancer Insights Panel (Policy & Communications) with a focus on our fundraising campaigns, online information and our work to influence Government and the NHS. If you think this is something you are more suited to, take a look.
At CRUK we value diversity and we're committed to creating an inclusive environment which facilitates the involvement of all people affected by cancer. We actively encourage applications from people of all backgrounds and cultures and believe that a diverse involvement network (or range of views and insight) will help us to better represent people affected by cancer and make a difference for cancer patients.
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Meet a current member
"We’re a diverse group (thank goodness) but we have a lot to say, and I think we offer a different perspective from other stakeholders on Cancer Research UK's work".