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Abbreviations

Abbreviations

GMB

Adult glioblastoma

pHGG

Paediatric high-grade glioma

UNCAN

EU initiative for understanding cancer

MRI

Magnetic resonance imaging 

SOC

Standard of care

I/O

Immuno-oncology

TTF

Tumour treating fields

Website

Edinburgh, UK

The University of Edinburgh (UEDIN)

The University of Edinburgh is one of the most prestigious and historic universities in the United Kingdom, located in the capital city of Scotland. Established in 1582, it is renowned for its academic excellence, innovative research, and diverse student body.

The institution offers a wide range of undergraduate and postgraduate programs across various disciplines, including arts, humanities, social sciences, sciences, engineering, medicine, and business. With over 300 undergraduate degree programs and more than 300 postgraduate programs, the University of Edinburgh provides students with numerous opportunities to pursue their academic interests and career aspirations.

Research is a cornerstone of the University’s activities, with world-leading research conducted across multiple fields. From groundbreaking discoveries in medicine and biomedical sciences to advancements in renewable energy and sustainable technologies, the University of Edinburgh is at the forefront of global research initiatives. Its research output is consistently ranked among the best in the world, attracting renowned scholars and fostering collaboration with institutions and industries worldwide.

Structure

What is UEDIN’s main role?

Leading the implementation science and economic assessment of GLIOMATCH. For more details on this assessment, please visit our dedicated page.

Which work packages is UEDIN involved in?

UEDIN leads work package 6 and contributes to work packages 7 and 8. 

Who will represent UEDIN?

Kathrin Cresswell

Senior Lecturer

Structure

Peter Hall

Professor of Medical Oncology

Structure

GLIOMATCH Partners