Research at The Institute of Cancer Research is structured into eight scientific Divisions.
For an initial conversation about scientific career opportunities at the ICR, please contact the relevant Head of Division:
Breast Cancer Research
Identifies causes of breast cancer to improve diagnosis and discover new approaches to cancer treatment.
Head of Division: Andrew.Tutt@icr.ac.uk
Studies the processes that drive cancer development, growth and spread to identify new treatment targets.
Head of Division: Jon.Pines@icr.ac.uk
Exploits addictions and vulnerabilities of cancer cells to discover new drugs and biomarkers.
Head of Division Olivia.Rossanese@icr.ac.uk
Coordinates high-quality early and late-phase trials in both adult and childhood cancers.
Head of Division: Johann.DeBono@icr.ac.uk
Genetics and Epidemiology
Detects influential factors in cancer risk, and translates discoveries into clinical practice.
Head of Division: Richard.Houlston@icr.ac.uk
Translates tumour characterisation advances into approaches to implement personalised cancer treatment.
Head of Division: Janet.Shipley@icr.ac.uk
Radiotherapy and Imaging
Investigates new diagnostic imaging methods and ways of improving radiotherapy.
Head of Division: Kevin.Harrington@icr.ac.uk
Examines the significance of proteins and complexes in cancer development and treatment.
Head of Division: Laurence.Pearl@icr.ac.uk
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Our values – developed together as an organisation – make it clear how each and every one of us work to meet our mission – to make the discoveries that defeat cancer.
Please get in touch if you have any questions regarding career opportunities at the ICR.