Affiliated Projects

Improving early detection of cancer in primary care (PhD)

Improving early detection of cancer in primary care (PhD)

Project LeadNicole van Erp

Senior LeadProf Niek de Wit

InstitutionUniversity Medical Centre, Utrecht

Start DateJan 2015

CodeUt3-Aff, PhD

StatusCompleted

The CRISP Trial: an RCT of computer decision support for risk-stratified colorectal cancer screening in primary care

The CRISP Trial: an RCT of computer decision support for risk-stratified colorectal cancer screening in primary care

Project LeadProf Jon Emery

Senior LeadProf Jon Emery

InstitutionUniversity of Melbourne

Start DateJan 2016

CodeM4-Aff

StatusOngoing

Direct access to fast transvaginal ultrasound for earlier diagnosis of ovarian cancer (PhD)

Direct access to fast transvaginal ultrasound for earlier diagnosis of ovarian cancer (PhD)

Project LeadMarie-Louise Ladegaard Baun

Senior LeadPeter Vedsted

InstitutionAarhus University

Start DateFeb 2016

CodeA1-Aff, PhD

StatusCompleted

Think Cancer! WICKED Trial (Wales Interventions and Cancer Knowledge about Early Diagnosis)

Think Cancer! WICKED Trial (Wales Interventions and Cancer Knowledge about Early Diagnosis)

Project LeadDr Ruth Lewis

Senior LeadProf Clare Wilkinson and Prof Richard Neal (Leeds)

InstitutionBangor University

Start DateJun 2016

CodeL5-Aff

StatusOngoing

Development of risk prediction models for breast, ovarian and prostate cancer

Development of risk prediction models for breast, ovarian and prostate cancer

Project LeadDr Stephanie Archer

Senior LeadProf Antonis Antoniou

InstitutionUniversity of Cambridge

Start DateJul 2016

CodeC9-Aff

StatusOngoing

The diagnostic utility of inflammatory markers in primary care: a prospective cohort study (PhD)

The diagnostic utility of inflammatory markers in primary care: a prospective cohort study (PhD)

Project LeadDr Jessica Watson

Senior LeadProf Chris Salisbury

InstitutionUniversity of Bristol

Start DateSep 2016

CodeE6-Aff, PhD

StatusOngoing

The clinical utility, feasibility and acceptability of a genomic test to target bowel cancer screening (PhD)

The clinical utility, feasibility and acceptability of a genomic test to target bowel cancer screening (PhD)

Project LeadSibel Saya

Senior LeadProf Jon Emery

InstitutionUniversity of Melbourne

Start DateOct 2016

CodeM3-Aff, PhD

StatusCompleted

BEST3 Trial: Cytosponge-trefoil factor 3 versus usual care to identify Barrett’s oesophagus in a primary care setting: a prospective, multicentre, pragmatic, randomised controlled trial

BEST3 Trial: Cytosponge-trefoil factor 3 versus usual care to identify Barrett’s oesophagus in a primary care setting: a prospective, multicentre, pragmatic, randomised controlled trial

Project LeadProf Rebecca Fitzgerald

Senior LeadProf Rebecca Fitzgerald

InstitutionUniversity of Cambridge

Start DateOct 2016

CodeC8-Aff

StatusCompleted