Highlights from Sydney Cancer Partners

Dear members and friends, Planning for the year is well underway as we work together to bring you educational events, networking opportunities, funding schemes and more. 

This month we kicked off the new NSW Cancer Research Seminar series, with the recording of the first instalment now available –Translational Cancer Research Capacity Building Grants. Plans for 2021-2026 – featuring the 3 research centre leads, Anna DeFazio, Craig Gedye and Geoff Delaney, participating in a facilitated discussion; sharing their specific goals regarding capacity building, and talking about the combined initiatives planned.Also in this issue:
– Sydney Cancer Partners (SCP) PhD Scholarships, applications close 31 March 2022
– Abstract submissions open soon for the 2022 NSW state-wide Cancer Conference
– Upcoming Monthly Seminars

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 and communications. Please get in touch with us with any comments, feedback or suggestions, we would be delighted to hear from you.

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