Highlights from Sydney Cancer Partners

Welcome to Sydney Cancer Partners! We are so excited to have you as an inaugural member and look forward to working with you to build research capacity and enhance translation in cancer research. This our first ever newsletter which we plan to send regularly to keep you informed about our upcoming initiatives.

Sydney Cancer Partners has been established as part of Sydney Health Partners to enhance translational cancer research across the clinical and academic networks associated with the University of Sydney, with the overall aim of building capacity to embed research into cancer care.

In this issue:

  • Meet the Sydney Cancer Partners Director
  • Express your interest in joining a Sydney Cancer Partners committee, working group or review panel
  • Learn about our funding and development opportunities
  • Register for the Sydney Cancer Conference.

Our primary goal is to support our members through career development, funding and education. We welcome feedback and suggestions on what members would like to see included in our program. Please take a few minutes to answer our feedback survey.

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