The National Cancer Research Institute (NCRI) is a UK-wide partnership of cancer research funders, established in 2001. Its 19 member organisations work together to accelerate progress in cancer-related research through collaboration, to improve health and quality of life.
NCRI works to coordinate research related to cancer, to improve the quality and relevance of the research and to accelerate translation of the research into clinical practice for the benefit of patients.Visit the NCRI Partners website
The NCRI Cancer Conference
The NCRI Cancer Conference is the UK’s largest cancer research forum for showcasing the latest advances in British and international oncological research spanning basic and translational studies to clinical trials and patient involvement. It is the UK’s premier annual cancer research meeting and attracts around over 1,500 delegates each year.
- The Conference offers unique opportunities to network and share knowledge by bringing together world-leading experts from all cancer research disciplines.
- The NCRI Cancer Conference is taking place from 5-8 November 2017 at the BT Convention Centre in Liverpool.