45 Years of Cancer Research - A life on drugs

On Tuesday 6 December,  Prof. David (Herbie) Newell, until recently the Professor Cancer Therapeutics the University of Newcastle will be coming to Cambridge. Herbie has been a longstanding collaborator with many people in city, both in academia and industry. 
Therefore, to celebrate and mark his retirement, Herbie will be giving a lecture at the CRUK Cambridge Institute, entitled: '45 Years of Cancer Research - A life on drugs'
The venue is Room 215 which only holds 60 people, so to secure a seat, assist in planning catering and for registration with security to access  please R.S.V.P. to paula.baines@cruk.cam.ac.uk

For those who don’t know Herbie, prior to his Chair in Newcastle, Herbie spent many years at the Institute of Cancer Research in Sutton, where he was involved in the pre-clinical and clinical development of a number of drugs, still in clinical use today.  He has also previously served as the CRUK Director of Translational Research, as the Scientific Director of the Northern Institute for Cancer Research at the University of Newcastle and was, for many years, the European Editor of “Cancer Chemotherapy and Pharmacology”.  His group in Newcastle has been actively involved in the discovery of many novel agents for the treatment of patients with cancer, some of which are progressing in clinical development, currently.

45 Years of Cancer Research - A life on drugs
Date and Time

Cancer Research UK Cambridge Institute
Robinson Way

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