The Nottingham Breast Cancer Research Centre (NBCRC) brings together clinicians, scientists and researchers at the University of Nottingham and pathologists, oncologists, surgeons, radiologists and nurses from the Nottingham Breast Institute and Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust.
The aim of the centre is to raise awareness of breast cancer and the research being conducted locally to combat it. The centre facilitates collaboration and encourages new researchers to investigate breast cancer. Nottingham has a long standing research interest and international track record in breast cancer with a number of pivotal discoveries being made here. Current research continues to provide exciting data, improving our understanding of breast cancer and developing novel therapies.
Research at NBCRC is focussed on 3 key areas: Detect it early, Stop the spread and Treat it right.
The centre relies on fundraising income and we are grateful for the passionate support received from patients and affiliated groups, breast cancer survivors, their families and advocates. Every penny of your support goes to carrying out our research.
The Biodiscovery Institute building, University Park is where many NBCRC researchers are based.
Read about the 9 Pilot Grants funded by NBCRC
Breast Cancer and Me - NBCRC organises public art exhibition for breast cancer awareness month
For the latest information from NBCRC
University of Nottingham
Biodiscovery Institute (Room C206)
Nottingham, NG7 2RD
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