The Pancreatic Cancer Research Fund Tissue Bank is a national - and ultimately international - resource that will help develop new treatments and bring these to patients much faster. It brings together surgeons, pathologists, oncologists, researchers and database experts to co-ordinate a national effort to improve survival for pancreatic cancer patients.
The Tissue Bank is a collaboration between six UK hospitals that are renowned for their excellence in treating pancreatic cancer patients - and we're already in discussion with more hospitals about joining us.Register to Apply »
The Pancreatic Cancer Research Fund Tissue Bank (PCRFTB) is the world's first national pancreas tissue bank and will accelerate research into pancreatic cancer.
You will be able to conduct exploratory and in-depth analyses of transcriptomic, sequencing, genomic and mutation data obtained from both tissues and cell lines.
The mission of the UKCRC Tissue Directory and Coordination Centre (UKCRC TDCC) is to maximise the use, value and impact of the UK's human sample resources in the UK, and beyond. The UKCRC TDCC will do this by creating a world-leading, research-enabling, and networked biobanking infrastructure to facilitate the discovery and use of the UK's human samples and data