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A photo of the outside of the Old Road Campus Research Building

The Old Road Campus Research Building (ORCRB) opened 2008 and is a purpose built, state-of-the-art facility located in Headington, Oxford.

The ORCRB brings together renowned specialists in cancer, providing unrivalled expertise, resources and collaborative opportunity. The Old Road Campus is at the heart of the University of Oxford’s world-leading biomedical research and the University’s partnership with local hospitals means that science and medical care are closely integrated.

The Old Road Campus is home to the Churchill Hospital including its £100m cancer hospital, The Wellcome Trust Centre for Human Genomics, the Richard Doll Building (housing epidemiological studies and clinical trials services), and the NDM Research Building, Target Discovery Institute and Big Data Institiute.

It also has close links and convenient access to Oxford’s science area, the Weatherall Institute for Molecular Medicine and the John Radcliffe Hospital.

In addition to the Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research, units within the ORCRB include: