Ludwig Oxford Principal Investigators host interns for NDM’s summer studentships
2 May 2023
Three research teams within Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research Oxford are looking to host undergraduate and Masters students as an exciting opportunity to experience active research in an Oxford University Institute.
Cancer at Oxford
29 September 2022
Barnes Boccellato Schuster-Böckler Song Van den Eynde
Read about how Oxford's experts - including Ludwig Oxford scientists - are leading the way in cancer prevention, detection and treatment as part of the University's Cancer at Oxford series
CRUK funding to investigate the molecular drivers of stomach cancer
8 September 2022
Dr Francesco Boccellato wins a CRUK Early Detection and Diagnosis primer award to study tissue shape changes in the pre-cancerous stomach conditions, atrophic gastritis and intestinal metaplasia
Ludwig Oxford retreat 2022 – a recap
15 July 2022
Barnes Boccellato Byrne Constantinescu De Val Goding Kriaucionis Lu Mehdipour Moura Alves Ratcliffe Schuster-Böckler Shi Song Van den Eynde
On 13-14th June 2022, the Oxford Branch of the Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research held their annual retreat to discuss key scientific advances within the Branch and beyond.
Funding to study stomach cancer development
12 April 2022
Dr Francesco Boccellato receives a John Fell Fund award to investigate how the stomach lining changes shape during the transition from healthy tissue to cancer.
Ludwig Oxford student presents at TEDx Youth event
9 August 2021
Claudia Zagami from the Boccellato lab was selected to give a talk on 3D tissue models for studying disease.
Understanding cell organisation in the human stomach
4 May 2021
Dr Francesco Boccellato investigates how growth factors influence differentiation and patterning in human gastric glands.
Investigating infection-associated stomach cancer
4 March 2021
A new review from the Boccellato lab describes the experimental models for studying the stages from Helicobacter pylori infection to carcinogenesis.
Investigating the role of Salmonella toxin in gall bladder cancer
22 September 2020
An innovative gall bladder organoid model provides mechanistic insights into the link between Salmonella Paratyphi A infection and gall bladder cancer.
Funding for COVID-19 research
19 May 2020
Dr Francesco Boccellato is awarded money from Oxford’s COVID-19 Research Response Fund