CReSt theme 5 lead Professor Simon Noble explains why palliative and supportive oncology research is an integral part of understanding the benefits and burdens of treatments across cancer types, and… Read More »Patient-centred research is crucial to value-based improvements in healthcare
Alex Gibbs has been appointed as the core bioinformatician for the Wales Cancer Research Strategy (CReSt) at the Wales Cancer Research Centre (WCRC). Alex is an expert in cancer research with a focus… Read More »CReSt core bioinformatician appointed to support and up-skill cancer researchers in Wales
How can Wales develop a global reputation as a leader in cancer clinical trials? Professors Richard Adams and Steve Knapper share their thoughts on how this could be achieved. We… Read More »Cancer clinical trials within the Welsh context – where do we go next?
Dr James Powell, neuro-oncology consultant at Velindre Cancer Centre, is the CReSt theme lead for radiotherapy. He shares his thoughts on the importance of a collaborative radiotherapy research landscape across… Read More »Building the future of radiotherapy research in Wales
Cardiff University’s Prof Duncan Baird and Dr Magda Meissner, theme leads for precision and mechanistic oncology, say CReSt is a real opportunity to put Wales on the map. When it… Read More »Personalised therapies for better patient outcomes
The first-ever coordinated Cancer Research Strategy for Wales (CReSt), which will bring together the whole research community in the fight against cancer, is published today. Its delivery will be co-ordinated… Read More »New roadmap unveiled to boost cancer research for patients across Wales