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.

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18 Jan 2017
The second part of the Consumer Engagement Workshop for your research funding application 2017 will be held on 14 February. Registration is essential Find out more
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17 Jan 2017
Register for this full day of updates in cutting edge drug development issues and interactive discussion about the challenges of establishing drug development infrastructure, themed 'Advancing Early Phase Clinical Trials Through Collaboration' Find out more
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10 Jan 2017
The Cancer Institute NSW 2017 Competitive Grants Calendar has been updated with dates for the for the funding schemes listed below. Find out more
Clinical Excellence Commission
9 Jan 2017
Open to all employees of NSW Health facilities and/or agencies and employees of NSW-based academic institutions, the Ian O’Rourke Scholarship in Patient Safety provides up to a maximum of $10,000. Find out more
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14 Dec 2016
The BSOC is a multidisciplinary program that complements the RANZCR (Phase 1). In addition, for other health professionals working in oncology and associated fields, the course provides an excellent opportunity to gain an overview of key issues in oncology. Find out more
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14 Dec 2016
Prof Leonard Sender will visit the Randwick hospital campus this week to have discussions with colleagues about Cancer Moonshot 2020 Immunotherapy Trials. Find out more
13 Dec 2016
The Leukemia Research Foundation exclusively funds new investigators – individuals beginning to establish their own laboratories that are no longer under the tutelage of a senior mentor, allowing innovative scientists to act on their ideas and try new procedures and experiments that will hopefully lead to significant breakthroughs. Preference is given to proposals that focus on leukemia, lymphoma, MDS, and multiple myeloma … Find out more
12 Dec 2016

Congratulations to our TCRN Members on their success in the 2016 Round

On 12 December 2016, the Australian Government announced successful applicants for the 2016 round of th

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9 Dec 2016
Funding to support PhD candidates to gain skills and undertake projects that will build capacity in the NSW Health system in areas of identified need. PhD candidates should be working within, or closely with, NSW local health districts, the Ambulance Service of NSW and specialty health networks Find out more