Our research groups aim to understand the fundamental biology of cancer and translate these findings into the clinic to benefit patients.

The Institute has particular strengths in genomics, computational biology, and imaging, and currently devotes significant research effort to cancers arising in the breast, pancreas, brain, and colon.

Explore our Research Groups

Raza Ali

Ali Group

Systems Cancer Pathology Lab

Shankar Balasubramanian

Balasubramanian Group

Chemical biology

Giulia Biffi

Biffi Group

Ecology of Cancer

Sarah Bohndiek


Imaging oxygen and oxidative stress

James Brenton

Brenton Group

Functional genomics of ovarian cancer

Kevin Brindle

Brindle Group

Molecular imaging (MRI and MRS)

Jason Carroll

Carroll Group

Nuclear receptor transcription

Pau Creixell

Creixell Group

Cancer Signaling and Therapeutics

Maike De La Roche

de la Roche Group

Cancer immunology

Richard Gilbertson

Gilbertson Group

Cellular and molecular origins of cancer

Tim Halim

Halim Group

Cancer immunology

Greg Hannon

Hannon Group

Small RNAs and mammalian genomics

Greg Hannon

IMAXT Laboratory

Tumours in 3D

Steve Jackson

Jackson Group

Maintenance of genome stability

Florian Markowetz

Markowetz group

Computational biology

Martin Miller

Miller Group

Cancer systems biology

Masashi Narita

Narita Group

Cellular senescence and tumour suppressors

Nitzan Rosenfeld

Rosenfeld Group

Liquid biopsies and cancer diagnostics

Doug Winton

Winton Group

Stem cell biology of the intestine

Emeritus and Former Group Leaders

Emeritus and Former Group Leaders