Cancer will affect roughly one in every three people at some point in their lives, and improving its prevention, early detection, and treatment remains a major challenge for medical science. The Hutchison/MRC Research Centre is a state-of-the-art cancer research facility built in 2001 by capital funding from the Medical Research Council (MRC), and a generous donation to the University of Cambridge from Hutchison Whampoa Ltd. The Hutchison/MRC Research Centre is now a leading site for basic and translational cancer research in Cambridge.
The Hutchison/MRC Research Centre houses active clinicians as well as basic scientists, enabling the rapid translation of discoveries made at the research bench into clinically viable applications at the patient’s bedside. Our work is facilitated by our location on the Cambridge Biomedical Campus, enabling fruitful interactions with colleagues in the NHS, the CRUK Cambridge Institute, an outstanding cohort of neighbouring MRC Units and Institutes, and in the clinical and basic science departments of the University of Cambridge.
For more information, visit the MRC Cancer Unit and the