The Institute of Cancer Research attracts the very best science graduates and clinicians to carry out cutting-edge research and make the discoveries that defeat cancer. Our students enjoy working in a high-tech and collaborative environment, in which their research can be translated into direct benefits for patients.
Hannah started her PhD at The Institute of Cancer Research, after spending two-and-a-half years as a research assistant at the Duke-NUS Graduate Medical School in Singapore.
Jamie is working towards a PhD on the ‘spatial effects of the radiotherapy dose distribution on toxicity in head and neck cancer’.
While studying for a degree in chemistry from the University of Leeds, Joshua carried out both academic and industrial research projects, helping to develop compounds to combat antibacterial resistance.
Lily has a degree in biology from Imperial College London and as part of this was awarded a placement at GlaxoSmithKline, working on antibodies and drug discovery.
Ravindhi is a Clinical Research Fellow within the Division of Cancer Therapeutics here at The Institute of Cancer Research.