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Strategic Program Cancer

Strategic Program Cancer

Research center

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The Strategic Program Cancer uitklapper, klik om te openen

The Strategic Program Cancer aims to be a world-leading cross-disciplinary cancer platform for research and innovation that focusses on improving the outcome of those at risk or affected with cancer. 

Focus uitklapper, klik om te openen

Our vision is to cover fundamental, translational, clinical and real world data science that develops and delivers breakthrough innovations in prevention, early diagnosis, individualized treatment and supportive care.

Through innovation and talent management, we aim to stimulate the structural collaboration:

  • between researchers and clinicians
  • with patients
  • with regional partners

Fundamental research uitklapper, klik om te openen

To unravel the biology of cancer > read more

Translational research uitklapper, klik om te openen

To translate knowledge > read more

Clinical research uitklapper, klik om te openen

To evaluate diagnostics, prognostics & treatments > read more

Prevention & survivorship research uitklapper, klik om te openen

To stimulate healthy living > read more

Governance uitklapper, klik om te openen

The daily board of the Strategic Program Cancer consists of representatives of the themes and disciplines concerning cancer.

Governance

OncoCareer Board uitklapper, klik om te openen

The OncoCareer Board has three major goals:

  1. Create a nurturing environment for both local and international early-career scientists within the UMC Utrecht
  2. Promote career and personal development opportunities within and outside the UMC Utrecht
  3. Facilitate early-career scientists to connect with peers by creating a coherent community

OncoCareer Board

Cancer research centers uitklapper, klik om te openen

Center for Image Sciences (CIS) Read more>

The Center for Image Sciences is a world-leading research center for translational medical imaging. We focus on high precision imaging for improved diagnosis, prognosis and therapeutic interventions.

Center for Molecular Medicine (CMM) Read more >

CMM focuses on understanding the molecular basis of disease. The center has expertise in genomics, cell culture, microscopy and bioinformatics.

Regenerative Medicine Center Utrecht (RMCU) Read more >

The field of regenerative medicine and stem cells requires interdisciplinary collaboration across multiple groups and institutes. The RMCU brings together fundamental, translational and clinical scientists to stimulate creativity and innovation and translate results into therapies and personalized care.

Julius Center Read more >

The UMC Utrecht Julius Center is internationally renowned for its excellent applied clinical research and innovations in the methodology of clinical research.

Lab Translational Oncology (LTO) Read more >

Translational cancer research at the UMCU is concentrated in the Lab Translational Oncology (LTO), the Lab Translational Cancer Imaging (LTC) and the Lab Translational Immunology (LTI).
Insights from fundamental research are used to develop and test new strategies for diagnosis and treatment. A common goal is to generate biological proof-of-concept of the effectiveness of such new strategies in pre-clinical model systems and cancer patients.

The LTO hosts the Utrecht Platform for Organoid Technology which aims to stimulate the application of organoid technology in translational cancer research.

See the new website of the Strategic Program Cancer here.


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