The enlargement of the Centre in 2003–2009 made it possible to increase its training and teaching offer, particularly that directed to Medical University students. The Chair of Biotechnology was established within the Centre premises (headed by Prof. Andrzej Mackiewicz) including the Department of Cancer Immunology founded in 1992, and the Chair of Oncology incorporating the Department of Cancer Pathology (headed by Prof. Jan Bręborowicz) and Department of Electroradiology (headed by Prof. Julian Malicki). In 2009, a new university programme was set up at the Department of Electroradiology. For more information, see www.rtt.edu.pl .
The Centre also teaches classes for students of Physiotherapy, University of Physical Education, and students of Medical Physics, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznań.
Rooms for teaching purposes may only be booked by e-mail. In your email message, please state the purpose of planned activities (name of the subject taught), number of persons, date, duration, and details of a person responsible for collecting the keys.
Room booking can be made by sending email to:
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The centre hosts some student associations where students of Poznań academic institutions, particularly the University of Medical Sciences, may develop their professional interests. These include Oncology and Radiotherapy Club (mentored by Andrzej Roszak), General and Oncological Surgery Club and Surgical Oncology Club for English speaking students (mentored by Dawid Murawa, MD, and Karol Połom), Medical Biotechnology Club (mentored by Dariusz Kowalczyk) and Genetic Therapy Club (mentored by Dariusz Iżycki). Since 2004, the Greater Poland Cancer Centre has held student workshops in Radiation Oncology.
The Centre has often been and continues to be a preferred institution for students seeking traineeship, especially those from the Faculty of Health Sciences, Poznań University of Medical Sciences. Interested students must submit a written request for admission to traineeship to Director of the Centre indicating a specific unit where they wish to take their traineeship.