Our research teams are involved in a wide variety of collaborations, including in UK (Cambridge, Liverpool, Aston University, Essex, Dundee, Durham), Europe (Germany, Greece, Portugal, Spain), and internationally (Colombia, Japan, Malawi, Australia, China, USA).
- Helen Cooper collaborates with researchers at the National Physical Laboratory, Florida State University, Texas A&M University and Universite d-Aix-Marseille, and with Thermo Fisher, Advion, Waters, Owlstone and Astra Zeneca.
- Warwick Dunn collaborates with the University of Georgia, Mayo Clinic, Thermo Fisher Scientific and HighChem.
- Yun Fan collaborates with colleagues at the University of Warwick, Imperial College London in UK, the University of Massachusetts Medical School in USA and the Chinese Academy of Sciences in China.
- Alicia Hidalgo has a long standing collaboration with the University of Cambridge, and collaborates with researchers at the RIKEN centre, Japan, Unversity of Ibague, Colombia and University of Würzburg, Germany.
- Neil Hotchin is part of an ongoing collaboration with colleagues in Birmingham, Liverpool and Bordeaux, which aims to understand the underlying mechanisms behind progression of Glioma from low to high grade disease.
- Farhat Khanim is leading a pre-clinical study in collaboration with a team at the University of Sheffield that has state of the art models of the destructive interaction of Myeloma cells with bone, funded by a Bloodwise Project grant.
- Aditi Kanhere is part of an EU funded ITN network grant which includes groups from 7 European countries
- Carol Murphy collaborates with research groups in the University of Ioannina Medical School, Greece, The Norwegian Radium Hospital, Norway; And the Max Planck Institute for Molecular Cell Biology and Genetics, Germany.
- Mike Tomlinson is co-investigator on a British Heart Foundation project grant Hull York Medical School, and also collaborates with colleagues at the University of Wurzburg, Germany.