Cancer Research KI maps cancer research across KI
Cancer Research KI aims to map all principal investigators (PIs) and group leaders at KI to increase the visibility and facilitate internal, international, industrial collaborations. Here, CRKI presents the updated second version of the database from August 2022.
Lists of KI principal investigator and group leaders classified by the main research area within cancer field.
The principal investigators identified have been listed according to the main research areas and can be found below. Please note that this may still contain errors in part because the response rate on the conducted surveys was below a hundred per cent. We would therefore like you to be in contact with us if you find that your name has been erroneously entered or if you would like to complete the current information in any way. Please send your update request to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please find the:
•Endocrine organ cancer
•Gastrointestinal tract cancer
•Gynaecological organ cancer
•General imaging within cancer area researchers at KI
Please find the:
•Health Care Sciences within cancer area
•Head and neck cancer
•Kidney (renal cell) and urinary tract cancer
•Liver bile duct pancreas cancer
•Skin cancer researchers at KI
Across KI, basic science, blood, brain and nervous system, cancer epidemiology and breast cancer are the dominant research areas, and the Department of Oncology and Pathology harbours the highest number of principal investigators in the area of cancer research.
The history of cancer research database at KI
Firstly, the data have been gathered during 2020 and 2021 by pooling data from the KI website, publicly available information from Cancerfonden, and an internal survey conducted by Cancer Research KI in 2020. We have verified our entries (affiliations, emails) by collaborating with KI's IDAC system as well as with the members of CRKI Reference Group.
In April-June 2022, the survey was reopened and advertised to enable researchers to add and update the information in the first version of the database. Next, all the entries were merged from the first and second data collection and visualised.
A full list of all departments of KI, their location and respective websites can be found here.
If you are a KI-based group leader/PI engaged in some cancer-related research and your name is not here then we would like to hear from you so that we can feature you! Please contact us here.