UCL Cancer Institute Research Trust

UCL Cancer Institute Research Trust
The UCL Cancer Institute Research Trust
Paul O'Gorman

The UCL Cancer Institute Research Trust raises funds to support the work of the UCL Cancer Institute, which is one of the world’s foremost cancer research facilities and the cancer research hub of University College London, one of the world’s leading universities.

Our purpose is to support the teams at the UCL Cancer Institute to carry out their vital research which will lead to new discoveries about cancer, as well as improved treatments for cancer patients.

By supporting us, donors can have a ringside seat in the fight against cancer. We look to maintain close relationships with our donors so that they can stay involved with the Institute and the research projects they have helped to fund.

The scientists at the Institute work closely with clinicians at University College Hospital/the UCH Macmillan Cancer Centre, the Royal free Hospital and certain specialist hospitals, such as Great Ormond Street Hospital for Sick Children.

As a result of our low overheads and salary sponsorships, donors can rest assured that their donations will make a real difference to the work undertaken at the Institute.

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