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Imperial Cancer Research Fund

LINDAHL, Tomas Robert (born 1938), Principal Scientist, Cancer Research UK London Research Institute (formerly Imperial Cancer Research Fund), 1981–2010, now Emeritus

HUNT, Tim (born 1943), Principal Scientist, Cancer Research UK (formerly Senior Scientist, Imperial Cancer Research Fund), 1990–2010

WILLIS, Rupert Allan (1898 - 1980), Consultant Pathologist, Imperial Cancer Research Fund, London; Emeritus Professor and Research Fellow in Pathology, University of Leeds

REIS e SOUSA, Caetano (born 1968), Group Leader, Francis Crick Institute, since 2015 (Head, Immunobiology Laboratory, Cancer Research UK, London Research Institute (formerly Imperial Cancer Research Fund), 1998–2015)

PARKER, Peter Joseph Jacques (born 1954), Principal Scientist, Cancer Research UK (formerly Imperial Cancer Research Fund), since 1990; Head, Division of Cancer Studies, King’s College London, since 2006

JARVIS, Martin John (born 1939), Principal Scientist, Cancer Research UK (formerly Imperial Cancer Research Fund), 1991–94; Professor of Health Psychology, University College London, 1999–2004, now Emeritus

CRUMPTON, Michael Joseph (born 1929), Director of Research (Laboratories), Imperial Cancer Research Fund Laboratories, London, 1991–93, retired (Deputy Director of Research, 1979–91)

CRAWFORD, Lionel Vivian (born 1932), Principal Scientist, Imperial Cancer Research Fund Tumour Virus Group, Department of Pathology, Cambridge University, 1988–95

HALLETT, Frederic G. (1860 - 1933), JP; Secretary Imperial Cancer Research Fund; late Secretary Conjoint Board, Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons

GORE BROWNE, Thomas (Anthony) (1918 - 1988), Senior Government Broker, 1973–81; Treasurer, Imperial Cancer Research Fund, 1980–88

TREISMAN, Richard Henry (born 1954), Head, Signalling and Transcription Laboratory, since 1988, and Research Director, since 2015, Francis Crick Institute (formerly Imperial Cancer Research Fund Laboratories, later Cancer Research UK London Research Institute) (Director, 1999–2015)

SMYTH, John Fletcher (born 1945), Professor of Medical Oncology, 1979–2008, Assistant Principal, since 2009, University of Edinburgh (Director of Cancer Research Centre, 2002–05); Hon. Director, Cancer Research UK (formerly Imperial Cancer Research Fund) Medical Oncology Unit, Edinburgh, 1980–2005

SVEJSTRUP, Jesper Qualmann (born 1963), Senior Scientist, Francis Crick Institute, since 2015 (Principal Scientist, 2005–15, and Head, Mechanisms of Gene Transcription Laboratory, 1996–2015, London Research Institute, Cancer Research UK (formerly Imperial Cancer Research Fund))

GYE, William Ewart (1884 - 1952), Professor Emeritus (lately Professor of Experimental Pathology), Royal College of Surgeons of England; Director, Imperial Cancer Research Fund, 1936–49

BROWN, (Albert) Peter (Graeme) (1913 - 1993), Consultant in Press and Public Relations to the Imperial Cancer Research Fund, 1978–83; Press Officer to Royal Commission on National Health Service, 1979

MARRIAN, Guy Frederic (1904 - 1981), Fellow of University College, London, 1946; Director of Research, Imperial Cancer Research Fund, 1959–68; Professor of Chemistry in Relation to Medicine in the University of Edinburgh, 1939–59

ALTMAN, Douglas Graham (born 1948), Director, Cancer Research UK Medical Statistics Group, Oxford (formerly Head, Imperial Cancer Research Fund Medical Statistics Laboratory, London), since 1988; Founding Director, Centre for Statistics in Medicine, since 1995, and Professor of Statistics in Medicine, since 1998, University of Oxford; Co-Director, Oxford Clinical Trials Research Unit, since 2005

MAKINS, George Henry (1853 - 1933), Consulting Surgeon to St Thomas’s Hospital and to Evelina Hospital for Sick Children; Hon. Maj.-Gen. AMS; Member of Council British Red Cross Society; Treasurer Imperial Cancer Research Fund

 

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This large UK independent charitable foundation has merged with the Cancer Research Campaign to form Cancer Research UK. It is a foundation that supports fundamental research, clinical trials, etc. It derives its funds from bequests, revenue from shops run by volunteers, and government grants for sponsored research. See http://www.cancerresearchuk.org/ for details.

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