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British Association for Cancer Research

To promote the advance of cancer research and to encourage the exchange of information, British Association for Cancer Research was formed in 1960 to provide educational and training opportunities for all those who were extensively involved in the cancer field, particularly the future generation of cancer research professionals and to encourage the exchange of research information and collaboration of Cancer researchers through offering meeting bursaries and fellowships. Over the recent years, the BACR has provided over £150,000 in bursaries, fellowships and awards. The Association was formed in 1960, primarily on the initiative of Alexander , the then Director of the Chester Beatty Research Institute, along with some cancer researchers and clinicians found the British Association for Cancer Research. The Association's enrollment represents all aspects of clinical and experimental research. The significant elements of the Association are to arrange scientific gatherings/workshops on cancer research inside the United Kingdom, and to give a platform for presentation of unique clinical and test research. Successful meetings began to generate significant reserves allowing the Association which will support travel bursaries and workshops. The more recent affiliation with the European Association for Cancer Research has been successful and has further broadened the scope of scientific meetings and activities available to members.

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The following is the list of scholars from British Association for Cancer Research who contributed and/or serves as editors for one or more OMICS International journals and conferences