Oncode is the independent institute dedicated to outsmarting cancer and impacting lives.

On hair balls, ink pads, and folds
On hair balls, ink pads, and folds
Neatly rolled up in a cell nucleus of only a hundredth of a millimetre in size, our genome consists of approximately two metres of DNA spread over 46 chromosomes. Three Oncode Investigators explain why they are fascinated by the spatial organization of this tiny ball of thread.
Lindavan den Berg
Open call for Oncode Investigator applications
Open call for Oncode Investigator applications
Oncode Institute has opened a call for applications for our Oncode Recruitment Programme. Up to eleven scientists will be awarded base-funding for the remaining duration of the first phase of Oncode.
TaleSliedrecht
Open call for applications
Open call for applications
Oncode Institute has opened a call for applications for our Female Junior Investigator Programme. Up to eight excellent young females will receive base funding untill 2022 to boost their scientific careers.
TaleSliedrecht
The benefits of unrestricted grants
The benefits of unrestricted grants
What if researchers were given money along with the freedom to work as they wished, without the red tape?
Hidde Boersma

Meet Oncode

Fundamental science, clinical testing and a sharp mind for market opportunities: at Oncode we bring it all together to create impact for patients.
http://www.oncode.nl/about/founding-principles
Our founding principles
We want to understand cancer - but that's only the start. Discover what Oncode stands for in 9 statements.
http://www.oncode.nl/research
All about our research and approach
Whether you are interested in our strategy, the programmes or the people, it's all here.
http://www.oncode.nl/about
Getting acquainted
Whether you're looking for a chart or contact information, and whether you're a PhD, a partner or a patient: pleased to meet you.
http://www.oncode.nl/valorization
The urgency of valorization
Better treatments and diagnostics? A stronger connection to the market? Sure, but developments need to accelerate.