More about the Centre
The Cambridge Pancreatic Cancer Centre (CPCC) has been set up with the aim of being a centre of multi-disciplinary excellence for the translation of pancreatic cancer research. Our focus is on world class trials of therapies showing effectiveness in research models. We aim to attract patients seeking cutting-edge treatment opportunities.
The centre is involved in research ranging from scientific research into the biology of pancreatic cancer, identification of biomarkers...Learn More
A variety of trials are currently open for recruitment at Addenbrooke’s Hospital in Cambridge.Learn More
The London Pancreas Workshop 2020. 11th September 2020, Barts Cancer Institute London.Learn More
Dr. Claire Connell, Clinical Lecturer in Medical Oncology has been awarded a PCUK Research Innovation Fund for her project “Understanding changes to metabolism and immune function in patients with pancreatic adenocarcinoma”. Dr. Connell has been awarded £108,000 over 3 years.Learn More
Mr. Siong-Seng Liau, Honorary Senior Clinician Scientist Fellow and Academic Consultant Hepatobiliary and Pancreatic Surgeon, has been awarded a Pancreatic Cancer UK Research Innovation Fund. Mr Liau has been awarded £108,000 over 2 years for his project, “Strengthening the immune system’s ability to fight pancreatic cancer”.