Highlights from Sydney Cancer Partners

Dear members and friends, 

Thank you for supporting us through our establishment. In our first six months of operation we have launched our logo, connected with 137 followers on twitter through 78 tweets, celebrated member success in the NSW Premier’s awards for outstanding cancer research and congratulated NHMRC grant recipients. Just this month we were appointed as an inaugural Sydney Health Partners clinical academic group (CAG) and are working on developing a brand new website, which will facilitate communication and connection with members. It has certainly been a busy start implementing our mission to build capacity in translational cancer research! We wish you and your families a wonderful festive season and hope you enjoy a well deserved summer break. In this issue:

– Meet the Sydney Cancer Partners Communications and Events Officer
– Learn about our upcoming PhD Scholarships funding
– Save the date for the 2022 NSW state-wide 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 and communications. Please get in touch with us with any comments, feedback or suggestions, we would love to hear from you.

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Lastest News

  • 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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  • 2023 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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  • 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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