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Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Centre (VCCC): alliance of 10 major hospitals & research institutions working together to overcome cancer
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CT:IQ 11h
Discussing clinical trial recruitment in Australia - understanding the challenges and ways to improve - at the conference this week with fellow panellists Tyron Johnson from , Damien Conti from Nucleus Network and Anne Woollett from
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IBC Network Foundation Australia 16h
Town hall forum where highlighted the goals for the moving into 2020. Great questions from clinicians, researchers and patient advocates. An integrated collaboration of multiple institutes is required to study rare cancers such as IBC.
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VCCC 18h
Innovations, emerging approaches, , , // Register today 5th Psycho-oncology Conference, Fri 8 Nov // Connect w/ health care profs, researchers & consumers, gain ideas & insights, contribute to future direction
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VCCC Aug 19
Tomorrow's at 10:30am, Amanda Pereira-Salgado on the economic impplications of treatment sequencing & Dr Jai Smith on detecting circulating tumour cells in the peripheral blood of patients w/ . Book to attend
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NatureReviewsCancer Aug 16
Inspired by the career paths of 4 women scientists Christina Mitchell, Martine Roussel & at a panel discussion , we decided to share their stories & advice with our readers in this new Viewpoint
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Dr Anna Figueiredo Aug 18
Australia–India Strategic Research Fund (AISRF) Early- and Mid-Career Fellowships 2020
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VCCC Aug 18
Calling the of ! Register today for 2019 Comprehensive Program Student Symposium Fri 30 Aug:
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Murdoch Children's Aug 18
: the best minds, best ideas and latest cancer research to explore, discover, debate and discuss cancer research from different angles. Register here to join at this conference in September:
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VCCC Aug 18
Maximise your impact! w/ & offer practical tools for all stages of research planning to deliver the right info, to the right pp, at the right time. Knowledge Translation Workshop, Fri 23 Aug, limited places
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UniMelb Centre for Cancer Research Aug 18
: How do anaesthetic agents impact cancer recurrence? of 's Colorectal Oncogenomics Group discusses a study to detect circulating tumour cells in the peripheral blood of cancer patients. This Wednesday, register now—
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VCCC Aug 15
first cohort of Assistant interns graduate! More than 200 applications for 10 places, metro & regional locations, 24wks, intensive induction, training. What did the interns learn?
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Jon Emery Aug 15
If we could increase the Australian bowel cancer screening participation rate to 60%, over the next 20 years we could save 84,000 lives. Resources for HCP here
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Lavinia Gordon Aug 15
Woo hoo and we are off! Victorian Cancer Bioinformatics Symposium
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VCCC Aug 14
Real-world data & circulating tumour cells, hear the latest on from the team at Wed 21 Aug, 10:30-11:30am. Book to attend
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VCCC Aug 14
Are you a PhD student undertaking a -related project? Register to attend the Symposium, 30 Aug, hear about emerging tech & clinical approaches, as well as student oral & poster presentations. Register today
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The Royal Melbourne Hospital Aug 14
Dr Davis and Dr Koldej are 2 scientists involved in a groundbreaking study + that has seen repurposed to reduce harsh side effects of radio and chemo before . Read more:
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Walter + Eliza Hall Aug 14
Australian researchers now have access to 'ubiquitin clipping', a new proteomics technique described by Prof David Komander et al in today. The technique is allowing our researchers to investigate the role of ubiquitination in health & disease.
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PC4 Aug 14
"Have the confidence to believe in yourself. If you think you've got a great question, take it to somebody who can help...& also get you in touch with a whole network of people" in this month's Cheers with Peers podcast or
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VCCC Aug 14
‘In order to really put the patient at the centre of care, we first need to understand the things that matter most to patients, including their experiences of their disease and treatment’ Prof Christobel Saunders w/
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VCCC Aug 14
to deliver new strategic plan by the end of the year – from blue-sky sessions & leadership forums, to facilitated town halls – consultations enable us to consider a range of ideas that focus our energies on being better together
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