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Elevate the impact of your research through reaching wider audiences

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If you have any news or stories such as an upcoming publication, clinical trial, funding success, project milestones or other research announcements that you would like press and communication support on, please contact our Communications Officer, who focuses on cancer stories within Oxford.

Communication & Press Support includes:

  • Press releases & media relations
  • Blog article writing for promotion on University websites
  • Liaising with press teams from other industries and Universities
  • Social media promotion
  • Distributing news through internal communication networks

We want to hear about your work, to see how we can help improve its impact and wider awareness.


Oxford Cancer can help to facilitate symposia, talks, and other events, to help you share your work with a wider audience.

We have co-hosted international cancer-themed conferences and helped researchers to launch new collaborative ventures through online speaker events. Previous work includes the launch events for the Oxford Lymphoid Disorder Study Group, China-Oxford GI Cancer Partnership and the international Oxford-Ludwig Symposium on Cancer Early Detection & Epigenetics.

Our events support team can advise on, or facilitate the hosting of, digital and real-world events to suit your needs, just get in contact with us via the contact us page to tell us more.


If you are a member of the press who is looking for expert input into a cancer-related story, or are following up on an Oxford cancer research press release, please contact our Communications Officer through the contact us page.