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Paul Workman

Chief Executive and President of The Institute of Cancer Research.

Professor Paul Workman FMedSci, FRS is Chief Executive and President of The Institute of Cancer Research (ICR). 

Professor Workman is a passionate advocate of personalised molecular medicine and is an enthusiastic practitioner of multidisciplinary cancer drug discovery and development approaches to 'drugging the cancer genome'. He also conceptualised the 'Pharmacological Audit Trail' approach.

Visit website: https://www.icr.ac.uk/our-research/researchers-and-teams/professor-paul-workman

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Paul Workman News

New missile-like radioactive therapy treats prostate cancer

The Institute of Cancer Research (ICR) - 03-Jun-2021

Precisely targeted therapy shrank tumours and extends life by 38% in men

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Clinical trials now up for Exscientia's world first AI-made drug

pharmaphorum - 30-Jan-2020

Partnering with Japan's DSP, a milestone is reached in OCD treatment

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Drug molecule developed using AI to undergo human trials

BBC - 30-Jan-2020

Can speed up drug discovery process using artificial intelligence

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An effective immunotherapy for advanced prostate cancer

BBC - 28-Nov-2019

Only 5% saw their tumours shrink, but may be more successful if used earlier

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Pembrolizumab: effective immunotherapy for advanced head and neck cancer

BBC - 23-Nov-2019

Needs to identify those who will respond to treatment before starting immunotherapy

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Discovering the structure of cancer molecule can be the key for new treatment

Medical News Today - 16-Sep-2019

By determining the DHX8's structure, scientists could discover new ways of cancer treatment

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New prostate cancer treatment for previously incurable men

Telegraph - 26-Sep-2017

Highly targeted form of radiotherapy shapes radiation beams to tumours. When prostate cancer has...

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Google is developing cancer and heart attack detector

BBC - 28-Oct-2014

circulating nanoparticles monitored with a wrist-worn sensor.

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