The London Research Institute research groups are based at Lincoln’s Inn Fields and Clare Hall. Our major research themes are: the biology of tumours and tissues, cellular regulatory mechanisms and genomic integrity and cell cycle.
The London Research Institute has a reputation for carrying out ground breaking research. This is due to the calibre and dedication of its exceptional scientific staff. From small beginnings as the Imperial Cancer Research Fund in 1902, to becoming the flagship institute for Cancer Research UK in 2002, hundreds of research groups have worked on expanding our understanding of the basic biology of cancer.
Some of the research groups who have left the LRI since 2002 are listed below: