Oliver studied Natural Sciences at Bath University. He spent several years working in science publishing in various editorial roles, including as Copy Editor of Nature Reviews Cancer. He’s also worked as a freelance medical and healthcare copywriter. Oliver worked in Cancer Research UK’s News and Multimedia team between 2009 and 20014, helping to manage the charity’s blog and news feed.
Category: Science blog November 6, 2013
We explore the highlights from the final day of the 2013 NCRI cancer conference, including cancer care, immunotherapy and how cells move.
Category: Science blog November 5, 2013
From the molecular toolkits that protect our DNA to the evolution of tumours, we give our highlights from day three of the 2013 NCRI cancer conference.
Category: Science blog November 4, 2013
On day two of the 2013 NCRI cancer conference we select our highlights, including cancer and the immune system, imaging tumours and childhood cancer.
Category: Science blog November 3, 2013
On the opening day of the 2013 NCRI cancer conference we explore our highlights, including cervical cancer, personalised medicine and skin cancer.
Category: Science blog October 24, 2013
UK cancer imaging is set to get a £35 million boost – we explain why this is important in the fight against cancer.
Category: Science blog October 15, 2013
Large-scale studies from across the globe are providing genetic clues that link different tumours – but what does this mean for how we define and treat cancer?
Category: Science blog September 28, 2013
Here’s our pick of the week’s big cancer news stories, including the future for cancer classification, shark antibodies, injectable Herceptin and more.