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The cancer research in Île-de-France

Cancer research is fed by disciplines from all horizons of knowledge: medicine and biology of course, but also mathematics and computer science, required to process the data obtained with high-throughput technologies, or physics that allows the development of sophisticated imaging equipment. Human and social sciences can help provide context for cancer, i.e. within a society, an economic system, history, population or in relation to the patient’s own psychology.

Cancéropôle Île-de-France’s role is to pool cancer research in the Paris region, manage the research network, enable interdisciplinary collaborations, and promote the development of transversal and innovative programmes.

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In order to structure the research carried out between the teams listed in the Cancéropôle Ile de France’s network, three main areas of research have been identified :

  • Area 1 : Basic research
  • Area 2 : Clinical and translational research
  • Area 3 : Cancer and inequality

> Scientific strategy

> Research projects

Topics included in these three areas are related to each other within the SMSC. Working groups complete the system and allow transversal programmes to be established.

> Working groups

> Transversal projects

Cancéropôle Île-de-France’s training mission supplements this programme strategy.

> Training

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