As part of being a member of the AMRC, we follow good practice guidelines covering the five principles of peer review: accountability, balance, independence, rotation and impartiality.
You might find it useful to review some of our guidance documents.
Our committees play a crucial role in the allocation of Tenovus Cancer Care funds and we are enormously grateful for their support and for giving up their time to help us help people affected by cancer.
As a distinguished funder of cancer research, we’re a member of a range of bodies, committees and panels. We work alongside other organisations to increase the impact and reach of our research, share knowledge and best practice.
In order to best represent the needs of people with cancer and their loved ones through our research, we put a big emphasis on public and patient involvement.
When you become a Tenovus Cancer Care funded researcher, you become part of our community of world-class scientists, academics and healthcare professionals. Our Research Team is here to support you throughout your funding, with a range of training and opportunities, to develop your skills and network.
If you or someone you love has been affected by cancer, our free Support Line is there for you. Just call 0808 808 1010