As well as providing important and fulfilling positions for researchers, The Institute of Cancer Research, London, provides many staff benefits.
As a medicinal chemist, Tatiana makes new molecules with the potential to treat cancer. She also supports the careers of women scientists and represents fellow scientific officers by sitting on the Athena SWAN board and the Scientific Officers Association.
Much of Maria’s research on rare brain cancers in children and young adults in only possible through the ICR’s unique collaboration with physicians and hospitals in London. She has developed novel methods for testing new cancer treatments in cells.
Andreas is developing automated methods for analysing the variance between different populations of cells in histopathology images. He enjoys sharing his ideas and learning from others during seminars at the ICR.
Please get in touch if you have any questions regarding career opportunities at the ICR.