St. Luke's Institute of Cancer Research

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St. Luke's Institute of Cancer Research

St. Luke's Institute of Cancer Research, the research arm of the St. Luke's Radiation Oncology Network, was established in 1992 to undertake research activity in the field of cancer prevention, treatment, care and cure.

The main objectives of the Institute are

  • To fulfil the research role of The Network.
  • To support research across a broad spectrum of clinical practice including therapeutic, diagnostic and laboratory work.
  • To foster an environment for the training of young cancer researchers.
  • To develop and encourage relationships through collaborative work with other academic and research institutes.

St. Luke's Institute of Cancer Research
Highfield Road, Rathgar, Dublin 6.

Tel. (01) 496 0852.
Fax. (01) 497 4886.
Email. valerie.owens@slh.ie

Director of Research: Prof. John Armstrong.