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June 2012 CUP Panel meeting
Currently, nearly 90 scientists from 15 countries around the world are involved in the Continuous Update Project.
To find out more about the people involved in the Continuous Update Project, please click on the relevant links below.
The Panel comprises independent experts in a variety of disciplines and provides an impartial analysis and interpretation of the updated systematic literature reviews (SLRs) of the evidence prepared by the research team at Imperial College London. They are responsible for making recommendations for cancer prevention.
Research team at Imperial College London
The role of the research team at Imperial College London is to maintain the CUP evidence database and prepare SLRs of the evidence for the Expert Panel.
Research team at the University of Bristol
The role of the CUP RFA team is to develop systematic review methodology for mechanistic studies and test the feasibility of the approach. The team is based at the University of Bristol.
Peer reviewers are drawn from a range of appropriate backgrounds and from many different parts of the world to review protocols and SLRs prepared by the research team at Imperial College London.
WCRF/AICR Secretariat and Executive team
The Secretariat is responsible for the day to day management of the CUP. The Secretariat reports to the Executive Team.
Cancer survivors work
A number of experts have been involved in the new work to review the evidence for breast cancer survivors.
A number of experts have been involved in the new work to develop appropriate methodology for systematically reviewing mechanistic studies.