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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News

Professor Jack Li speaking at TCRN
6 Aug 2014
Professor Jack Li has been visiting from Taipei Medical University to help shape a new course on Translational Cancer Bioinformatics in Cancer Research... Find out more
TCRN PhD Students educational tour of cancer wards
5 Aug 2014
As part of TCRN’s PhD development program, the TCRN organised a tour of the cancer wards at Prince of Wales Hospital for the TCRN supported PhD students. Find out more
TCRN PhD Scholarship Top-up recipient Pamela Ajuyah, UTS
30 Jul 2014
Pamela Ajuyah, PhD student in the Head and Neck Cancer group at UTS, recently presented her work at the RNA Silencing Keystone Symposia in Seattle. Find out more
Announcement crop
2 Jul 2014
Four researchers and three clinicians have been awarded both national and international grants for this round. Find out more
Dr Sian Smith
1 Jul 2014
Congratulations to the research team led by TCRN member Dr Sian Smith: Development and pilot-testing of a Talking Book to facilitate communication between patients with low health literacy and radiation therapists. Find out more
Dr Jason Wong
30 Jun 2014
Workshop aims to introduce established and emerging bioinformatics resources to researchers studying the human genome. Register now... Find out more