Cancer Biology Research at UCC
UCC has a large, interdisciplinary research cluster in cancer biology that includes investigators from the College of Science, Engineering and Food Science and the College of Medicine and Health.
Research programmes in cancer biology at UCC include:
- Understanding fundamental cell biology, key cell signalling processes, and gene regulation associated with the genesis and progression of cancer
- Identification and evaluation of molecular targets and biomarkers in selected signalling pathways
- Development of vectors and compounds for drug and gene delivery as novel therapeutics
Investigators in cancer biology at UCC can be found in the following academic departments, research centres and institutes:
Centre for Research in Vascular Biology
Cork Cancer Research Centre
Cork University Dental School and Hospital
Epidemiology and Public Health
Obstetrics and Gynaecology
Pharmacology and Therapeutics
School of Pharmacy
Collaborations exist with Department of Chemistry, Alimentary Pharmabiotic Centre, and Tyndall National Institute.
Investigators participating in the PhD Scholars Programme in Cancer Biology can be found by clicking here.