Tag: The Cancer Researcher-EACR Science Communication Prize 2021

Just a little optimisation

by Sean Patmore About the author: My name is Sean Patmore I am a fourth year PhD student from RCSI, working in the Irish centre of...
Caitrin Crudden

Show her where she’s needed

by Caitrín Crudden Remember those childhood summers that seemed to go on for eternity? The memories of which are tinged in yellow, blurry and warm? The...
Amila Suraweera

Overcoming Adversity

by Amila Suraweera The saying “publish or perish” resonates with every scientist. Publishing is our bread and butter and without it, our research careers cannot...
Cemre Ucaryilmaz

Transition of a Cancer Patient into a Cancer Survivor and Researcher!

by Cemre Ucaryilmaz “When you have cancer and are treated with chemotherapy, it basically kills your body. But if you succeed at waking up the next morning...

Rising Through Dark Times

by Anurag Srivastava "I want to quit everything and go back to India", I said to my PI one afternoon in May. The devastating second...

The Longest Two Minutes of my Scientific Career

by Daniel Jacobson My science success story came tumbling down at around 6pm in early January 2020. As a 24-year-old, second-year PhD student, I hesitate to...
Fiona Malcolmson

Presenting at Parliament

by Fiona Malcomson Politicians are not my usual audience and the House of Commons is not my usual auditorium. I normally present at scientific meetings,...

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The Two Challenges to our New Normal

The cancer research community is reacting and adapting to the restrictions placed on us by the COVID-19 outbreak. We’ve asked EACR members to contribute articles...