Dear members and friends, 

Welcome to the latest edition of the Sydney Cancer Partners Newsletter. 

Call for reviewers

We are seeking expressions of interest from early-mid career through to senior researchers to assist with the reviewing process for funding applications. If you would like an opportunity to refine your reviewing skills and contribute to Sydney Cancer Partners please email us with your contact information, current role and research area.

Inaugural NSW Cancer Conference 2022 success!

More than 370 delegates gathered on 15-16 September at the Sofitel Sydney Wentworth for the inaugural NSW Cancer Conference, an event showcasing the strength and breadth of cancer research in NSW and beyond, through high-calibre presentations from international, interstate, and local speakers, incorporating perspectives from across the translational research continuum. 


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    On Friday 2 February we recognised World Cancer Day at an event in central Sydney, held in partnership with our friends from the SPHERE Cancer CAG and on Australia day we were delighted to hear that SCP members Professors Georgina Long and Richard Scolyer were named the 2024 Australians of the Year. Read all about ... Read more

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  • 2023 Pilot Study and Seed Grant Recipients Announced

    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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  • 2024 NSW Australians of the Year

    Professors Georgina Long AO and Richard Scolyer AO, co-medical directors of Melanoma Institute Australia, were recognised for an enduring partnership that has transformed melanoma into a largely curable disease and saving many thousands of lives. Read more.

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