Against Breast Cancer
The Against Breast Cancer Research Unit is led by Dr Miriam Dwek.
The research is concerned with the spread of breast cancer to secondary organs, a process known as "metastasis".
Understanding key factors in the progression of breast cancer has the potential to revolutionise cancer patient care and treatment.
Our projects fall into three main areas:
We house and curate one of the largest breast cancer specimen collections in the UK. Patient tissue, serum, urine and DNA samples are accompanied by considerable clinical and patient follow up information. This unique resource allows us to undertake studies to correlate diet, lifestyle, treatment and other factors with breast cancer progression.
The Against Breast Cancer Unit undertakes projects in three interlinked areas.
Find out who makes the Against Breast Cancer Research possible.
Browse a list of our publications from Against Breast Cancer Research.
The Against Breast Cancer Research Labs will be featured on the ITV daybreak Lorraine show on Wednesday 2 October between 8 and 9am.
Screening and discussion of the mass participation documentary We Are Northern Lights.
The conference will examine how ceramic practice has broadened over the last decade, initiating new forms of experimental practice and dialogues within the museum environment.