The Cancer Research UK Cambridge Institute is a joint venture between the Charity, Cancer Research UK, and the University of Cambridge. The Institute opened in 2007 and has excellent state-of-the-art facilities. Research ranges from basic cancer biology and computational biology through to translational research and clinical application.
The University and CRUK CI value diversity and are committed to equality of opportunity.
Studying at CRUK CI
The Institute currently has approximately 60 graduate students, who play pivotal roles in the continuing success of our research programmes. Gaining a studentship here is an excellent opportunity to start a research career in an environment committed to training outstanding cancer research scientists of the future.
Working at CRUK CI
There are a limited number of CRUK funded postdoctoral fellowships within the Institute. In addition, we welcome and support applications from excellent candidates who have their own fellowships. Please contact the group leader in your area of interest in the first instance. Other positions in our scientific core facilities, administration, laboratory management and other support services are advertised as and when positions open. All positions are advertised on the University of Cambridge jobs website.