Dear Members, 

Welcome to an important new year for Sydney Cancer Partners! I hope that you had a refreshing summer break (despite the challenges), and that 2022 is very successful for you and your teams.

This year Sydney Cancer Partners will continue to grow as a membership organisation for cancer researchers with the core aim of building capacity in translational cancer research through people and research support, communication, and education. We will be launching a number of initiatives including funding schemes, our seminar series, and the NSW Cancer Conference scheduled for September.If you have recieved this email directly, then you are already a member of Sydney Cancer Partners (SCP) and we look forward to your participation! Please add us to your safe senders list and follow us on twitter to keep up to date with all member communications.  

Colleagues or students in your groups or networks who are not yet SCP members are invited to apply. Please feel free to forward them this email and they can fill in the membership application form. Membership details are summarised below. Sydney Cancer Partners membership is open to clinicians, researchers, students and allied health professionals whose primary area of interest is cancer treatment, research or education in western, south western and northern Sydney health districts. 

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    Congratulations to the following Sydney Cancer Partners members on their successful applications. Pilot Study Funding RecipientsProfessor Barbara Fazekas de St Groth. Head, Translational Immunology Laboratory, Charles Perkins Centre, Faculty of Medicine & Health, The University of Sydney.Dr Sumit Sahni. Senior Research Fellow, Northern Clinical School and Kolling Institute of Medical Research, Faculty of Medicine & ... Read more

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  • 2023 NSW Australians of the Year

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  • 2023 NSW Premier's Awards for Outstanding Cancer Research

    Sydney Cancer Partners members took out all of the individual awards this year, a testament to the depth of talent across our membership. Congratulations to the following Sydney Cancer Partners members who were award winners. Outstanding Cancer Researcher of the Year.Professor Anthony Gill AM, Professor of Surgical Pathology, The University of Sydney; Senior staff specialist, ... Read more

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