We are thrilled to be selected as one of the first Clinical Academic Groups (CAGs) and to be part of a new era for Sydney Health Partners.

The purpose of these groups is to deliver a program of activities which supports more rapid and systemic translation of research evidence into improved clinical practice and addresses the health and medical priorities of SHP’s health service partners.

Sydney Cancer Partners is committed to form multi-disciplinary networks and build capacity for research translation, especially among early and mid-career researchers. Where translational research enables the movement of knowledge from bench to bedside to community, research translation fundamentally bridges the gap between knowledge gained through research, and its application in policy and practice. The Sydney Cancer Partners CAG will focus on research translation with activities that build capacity and capability, encourage collaboration, and involve consumers to increase impact in research translation.  SHP is providing seed funding to the CAG to develop a collaborative research translation project to build towards externally funded grant applications.

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  • SCP Newsletter Issue 13

    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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