About the Cancer Research UK Manchester Institute
The CRUK Manchester Institute is a leading cancer research institute within The University of Manchester, spanning the whole spectrum of cancer research - from investigating the molecular and cellular basis of cancer, to translational research and the development of therapeutics.
The Institute supports a number of investigative programmes, spanning both basic and translational cancer research. It has excellent laboratory facilities and outstanding core services, including microarrays, confocal microscopy, bioinformatics, histology, and access to mass-spectrometry based proteomics.
The Institute has over 400 Postdoctoral Scientists, Clinical Fellows, Scientific Officers, Operational and Technical staff, Postgraduate Research Students and Visiting Fellows. Thanks to its location in Manchester, England, the Institute benefits from strong links with The Christie hospital – the largest cancer centre in Europe, treating more than 40,000 patients per year.
The Manchester Cancer Research Centre (MCRC) was formed in 2006 in order to further develop links between The University of Manchester, Cancer Research UK and The Christie NHS Foundation Trust. The Cancer Research UK Manchester Institute is at the heart of the MCRC. For more information, please visit the MCRC website.