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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TCRN Member Ellen Barlow
25 Mar 2015
TCRN member Ellen Barlow received an award for her work in this year's Royal Hospital for Women Royal Recognition awards held on International Women's Day 2015... Find out more
2015 Round 2 Conference & Professional Development Grants
23 Mar 2015
Conference & Professional Development Grants are on offer to expand and enhance the knowledge and skills of our members in the area of translational cancer-related research or cancer care service delivery, at both national and international levels. Applications close 4.00pm, 12 May 2015 … Find out more
Natalie Taylor; TCRN Cancer Challenge of the Year 2015
17 Mar 2015
The TCRN is delighted to announce the latest project funded by the Cancer Challenge of the Year grant for 2015 is “Achieving behaviour change for prevention and management of Lynch Syndrome” to be led by Dr Natalie Taylor of the AIHI... Find out more
Prof David Goldstein
5 Mar 2015
Congratulations to TCRN member Prof David Goldstein, who received a Translational Program Grant to support the treatment and prevention of chemotherapy-induced nerve damage. Find out more
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2 Mar 2015
Research conducted by the TCRN members network has been highlighted using on-line tools to identify publications attributed to TCRN members over the past month... Find out more
Anne Booms
10 Feb 2015
Palliative Care Nurse Practitioner Anne Booms received a TCRN conference grant to attend the 2014 Australian College of Nurse Practitioners Conference in Sydney. Find out more
Nick Hawkins June 2012
6 Feb 2015
A new diagnostic tool for Lynch syndrome could reduce the numbers of patients being referred to genetic cancer services by up to 85 per cent, according the results of the recently completed Lynch Syndrome Screening by Antibody Alone project... Find out more
Dr antoinette Anazodo
3 Feb 2015
Clinicians at the Prince of Wales Hospital have achieved a world first in cryopreservation and fertility research with the creation of an online register that tracks cancer patient fertility data. Find out more
Megan Smith UNSW copy
2 Feb 2015
For researcher Megan Smith, attending the 2014 International Papillomavirus Society Conference & Clinical Workshop on a TCRN Conference Grant was a chance to engage with the brightest minds in her field... Find out more