The Section of Oncology and Clinical Research brings together clinical, translational and laboratory research workers who mainly focus on the development of new approaches for cancer therapy. The group led by Roz Banks and Peter Selby uses proteomic approaches to the identification and evaluation of novel biomarkers particularly in renal cancer. Alan Melcher, Graham Cook and their group focus on immunology and its applications to cancer therapies and biological and gene therapy approaches. Chris Twelves leads a team focusing on early clinical trials in cancer and Matt Seymour a gastrointestinal cancer group. Galina Velikova works on psychosocial oncology and applications in clinical practice. David Cameron works on breast cancer trials and heads the National Cancer Research Network (NCRN) overseeing UK clinical trials and other studies in oncology. Peter Selby and Janet Darbyshire jointly direct the United Kingdom Clinical Research Networks (UKCRN) which provide support and oversee clinical research in the United Kingdom.