Organisation and Strategy
Get an overview of our organisation, our strategy, and our recent achievements
Danish Cancer Institute currently houses 18 research groups (one additional is being recruited) and five core facilities. You can get an overview at our organisational chart.DCI Organisational Chart
To help us set the strategy and to discuss our performance, a Scientific Advisory Board has been established.
Our strategy describes our focus areas and the prioritized actions towards realizing our mission of impactful cancer research.DCI Strategic Plan Beyond 2020
DCS Research Policy
The Danish Cancer Society has adopted a research policy, which is currently in translation.
Danish law distinguishes between scientific misconduct (fabrication, falsification, plagiarism) and questionable research practice (i.e. violation of generally accepted standards for responsible research practices). All Cases of potential research misconduct will be handed over to the Danish Committee on Research Misconduct, whereas those concerning questionable research practice will be handled by an internal committee at the Danish Cancer Society.
Being a research institute in an NGO comes with certain obligations. Our research must have an impact, in the scientific community as well as on society. We report on our research activities annually, and you can read the reports below:
DCI Research Report 2022