Welcome to the TCRN

The Translational Cancer Research Network (TCRN) is a collaborative and interactive cancer research community based in the South East of Sydney, with links to cancer services and researchers in inner and southern Sydney, and Albury. It was formed to create an innovative and supportive environment for the translation of cancer research into improvements in patient care.

The TCRN members are supported by the TCRN Leadership Council and Operations and Project Team, which provides the coordination and resources required to empower implementation of research-led advances in cancer research, treatment and patient outcomes.

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TCRN PhD Scholarship Top-up Recipient: Maria Arriaga
15 Sep 2014
TCRN top-up scholarship recipient Maria Arriaga is studying the population-level relevance of lifestyle-related risk factors for rare cancers Find out more
11 Sep 2014
The TCRN is seeking an experienced and highly motivated Data Manager/Analyst to work on a range of complex and exciting health data projects... Find out more
TCRN PhD Scholarship Top-up Recipient: Ameline Lim
10 Sep 2014
TCRN top-up scholarship recipient Xin Ying (Ameline) Lim is utilising big data analysis to study the metabolism of Glioblastoma stem cells and normal human astrocytes at UNSW. Find out more
2 Sep 2014
The TCRN recognises our members’ research work using on-line tools to identify publications attributed to TCRN members in 2014. Find out more
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2 Sep 2014
Congratulations to TCRN Members on Premier's Awards for Outstanding Cancer Research 2014... Find out more
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2 Sep 2014
We are pleased to announce the 2014 recipients of the PhD Scholarship Top-up Award: Maria Arriaga and Xin Ying (Ameline) Lim... Find out more
1 Sep 2014
Embracing Metabolomics: Improving the Diagnosis and Understanding of Cancer. TCRN member Dr Anthony Don attended the “Metabolomics 2014” conference held in Tsuruoka, Japan... Find out more
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29 Aug 2014
The TCRN is seeking an experienced, organised and flexible casual Data Manager to work on a range of projects... Find out more
TCRN CCY Nick Hawkins
28 Aug 2014
Professor Nick Hawkins collaborative translational research shows improvements in screening for Lynch Syndrome due to a new antibody based approach Find out more