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With research strengths in a number of clinical and scientific areas, our research is characterised by an interdisciplinary work ethos that drives cutting-edge science and innovative technologies to address issues directly affecting patient care.
Cancer research at Imperial involves the translation of high-quality basic research into clinical studies, leading to stratified and personalised treatment approaches that will change NHS practice and provide an outstanding environment for academic and commercial research partnerships.
Researchers are involved in a wide range of interdisciplinary clinical and scientific research aimed at developing a better understanding of human health and disease and driving change in clinical practice.
Facilitating interdisciplinary collaborations to translate high-quality research into patient benefit.
Bringing together clinical and basic scientists with an emphasis on producing high-quality, high-impact basic and translational research towards development of novel and better therapeutic strategies.
We support investigator-led research through a number of laboratories, centres and groups headed by world-class academics.
Meet the investigators
We have a number of designated research units within the Department formed to advance study in a particular thematic area.
Explore our research centres
We have research facilities spread across our research disciplines. Learn how facilities are organised and designed to encourage greater access and sharing.
Learn more about our facilities