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World Pancreatic Cancer Day

  To celebrate World Pancreatic Cancer Day 2020, we have made a video, giving updates in our research, future directions, promoting awareness and giving thanks to those who have contributed to pancreatic research in any...

Webinar: Advances in Pancreatic Cancer Research

Webinar: Advances in Pancreatic Cancer Research

Together with the leaders in pancreatic cancer research, the APGI will be presenting at the "Advances in Pancreatic Cancer Research" Webinar. This webinar is part of Avner Foundation's Patient and Carer Hub initiative. Register now to learn how the APGI is helping...

Reminder: BioResource Online Form

Reminder: BioResource Online Form

This is a friendly reminder that our BioResource Form is now online and previous PDF versions will no longer be accepted. Thank you for your co-operation. We look forward to receiving your applications and supporting your research. The APGI team

Our Publications

Our Publications

Publications are a very important part of research. It allows the findings to be shared globally for clinical and educational purposes. It also allows communication of scientific work between academics, clinicians, researcher and students.   The APGI are...

The APGI is now back on site

The APGI is now back on site

We are starting to see the light at the end of the tunnel!   We have been strictly adhering to the government’s guidelines during the COVID 19 pandemic. In the recent weeks, the restrictions eased and we are now able to work back on site. This means we can...

UPDATE: BioResource requests

UPDATE: BioResource requests

We hope everyone is continuing to stay well physically and mentally in this prolonged lock down period. As with the previous update, we are still able to receive and process the BioResource requests as per usual. But we won’t be able to distribute samples until we are...

APGI contributes to global cancer genome ‘map’

APGI contributes to global cancer genome ‘map’

APGI has contributed to the most comprehensive study of cancer genomes to date. A ‘biobank’ of pancreatic tumour samples, administered by the APGI, has contributed to the most comprehensive database of cancer genomes in the world to date. The APGI contributed 175...

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