Read about the £2 million of funding that we've recently awarded to innovative and exciting research projects.
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Funded research by Professor George Baillie of University of Glasgow investigating the role of a new prostate cancer biomarker called PDE47.
Funded research by Dr Victoria James of the University of Nottingham looking at how prostate tumour cells and bones communicate with each other to help us understand how cancer spreads.
Funded research by Professor Hardev Pandha of the University of Surrey which will look at combining combining the reovirus with other drugs called checkpoint blockers to treat prostate cancer.
Funded research by Dr Ferdia Gallagher of University of Cambridge using a new type of non-invasive imaging to determine how aggressive prostate cancer is in individual patients.
Funded research by Dr Alastair Lamb of the University of Cambridge which will involve transferring human prostate cancer to mice to better understand how individual prostate cancers behave and which treatments they respond to.
Funded Research by Professor Myra Olga McClure of Imperial College London which aims to find out whether a virus infection explains why some people of African and African-Caribbean origin are at greater risk of prostate cancer.
Research Funded by Dr Nicholas Leslie of Heriot Watt University investigating how loss of a gene called PTEN leads to aggressive prostate cancers.