Spotlight on Science: we catch up with John Goldman Fellow Maria Teresa Esposito
25 April 2018Find out more
Our 2017 John Goldman Fellow Maria Teresa is working at Roehampton University on a rarer form of leukaemia that affects children.
UCL Great Ormond Street Institute of Child Health and University of Oxford researchers awarded prestigious new Project Grants
14 December 2017Find out more
We are delighted to announce the award of two new Project Grants totaling almost £500,000!
Scientists worldwide benefit from Leuka scholarships
16 November 2017Find out more
Winners of Leuka's inaugural Travel Scholarships received their awards at the 19th Annual John Goldman Conference on Chronic Myeloid Leukaemia last month.
Prestigious Fellowships awarded to four exceptional women scientists
07 November 2017Find out more
New awards worth over £490,000 go to Leuka’s 2017 John Goldman Fellows
Leuka puts £1 million into clinical trials programme to give new hope to thousands of blood cancer patients
01 November 2017Find out more
The ambitious IMPACT clinical trials programme aims to improve the lives of children and adults who receive stem cell transplants.
Spotlight on Science: Q&A with Dr Sergey Krysov
25 October 2017Find out more
Dr Sergey Krysov, a Leuka John Goldman Fellow at Barts Cancer Institute, London, sat down for a chat with our Chief Executive Olive Boles.
We must support scientists in the search for solutions
19 October 2016Find out more
Our Chief Executive Olive Boles recently featured in the Camden New Times to discuss Leuka and our need to support scientists in their research to fight blood cancers.
The wonders of research
03 October 2016Find out more
Leuka supporter Andy Donaldson shares with us why his Chronic Myeloid Leukameia diagnosis hasn’t stopped him from leading a fairly normal life.
John Goldman Fellowships for Future Science open for applications
31 January 2015Find out more
Leuka is delighted to announce a new fellowship programme created in honour of the late John Goldman to continue his legacy in leukaemia and related research.
Guest Blog – leukaemia and blood cancer researchers think digital
11 April 2014Find out more
Mary Alikian is a Leuka funded Research Assistant and Part-Time PhD Student at Imperial College London. Here she tells us about a new initiative to get leukaemia and blood cancer researchers thinking digital.
Living with multiple myeloma
28 February 2014Find out more
Garrick suffers from multiple myeloma – an incurable blood cancer with an average life expectancy of seven years. Fourteen years after diagnosis he is still benefitting from advances in science and pioneering new therapies
Supporting young scientists – Cristina Trento
23 October 2013Find out more
"It was extremely important for my career to come to Imperial College London and I wouldn’t have had this opportunity if it wasn’t for Leuka."
CML blog – my research into epigenetics
13 February 2013Find out more
My name is Alex, one of the haematology clinical research fellows at the Hammersmith Hospital. I am delighted to be able to update you on the work that I carry out here in the laboratory thanks to the generous support of Leuka.
Leuka funds 'first-time' research in myeloid Leukaemia and Down's Syndrome
29 January 2013Find out more
The study is being carried out in conjunction with the University of Oxford, and it's hoped that the project will provide an important insight into leukaemic cells helping scientists to understand the development of other leukaemias.
Grant awarded to University of Glasgow
24 September 2012Find out more
Leuka funds back exciting new collaboration between immunology, haematology, and epigenetics.