Nottingham Trent University

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A 21st Century Global University, right in the heart of a vibrant city, Nottingham Trent University is one of the UK’s most innovative, modern and popular universities, with a fantastic track record for building successful graduates.
You know your business strategy and aims inside out and we have the talent, skills and innovation to take your organisation to the next level of success. Our work with businesses is results driven and pragmatic.

We place talented students within companies, and have an excellent employability rate. We are proud to say that 93% of our graduates are employed or engaged in further study six months after leaving.

We are working with organisations across the world to help them develop their staff, by providing a range of training opportunities including in-company training professional or practice-based development, bespoke undergraduate, postgraduate and professional qualifications. We offer coaching, open and closed short courses, workshops and conferences and executive development.

We deliver a number of support services to SME’s including access to EDRF programmes, opportunities to commercialise new ideas and our Hive is a purpose-built centre for entrepreneurship and enterprise. Here we support the creation of new businesses and can offer help to anyone with a viable business idea.

We strive to work with suppliers and partners who share our vision and core values as an organisation, including our commitment to widening participation and engaging with society.

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John van Geest Cancer Research Centre

Situated on the Nottingham Trent University Clifton Campus, the John van Geest Cancer Research Centre is a world leading facility carrying out research into primarily breast and prostate cancer. The work centres around the discovery of biomarkers, and our scientists are seeking to develop better and more accurate ways to diagnose cancer, in order to help patients achieve better outcomes. These subtle differences between cancer cells and normal cells can also be taken into trial as potential immunotherapies; vaccines that harness the body’s own immune system to combat cancer.

The running costs of the centre are underwritten by the university meaning that 100% of donations received go directly to the research. The centre houses purpose built labs, cutting edge technology and a team of career scientists, working collaboratively with clinical partners and other researchers across the East Midlands and internationally.

With startling new statistics indicating that 1 in 2 of us will develop some form of cancer in our lives, it is vital that we understand this complex disease in order to save lives. The centre is running a major fundraising campaign – Cracking the cancer code – and is looking to work with organisations and individuals to help support the cost of the research.

If you and or your organisation would like to know more please check out the web site – www.ntu.ac.uk/vangeest or contact:

Sue Dewey OBE
Head of Fundraising
John van Geest Cancer Research Centre
Nottingham Trent University

sue.dewey@ntu.ac.uk
0115 848 2349

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