Welcome to the TCRN

The Translational Cancer Research Network (TCRN) is a member-based network formed to create an innovative and supportive environment for the translation of research findings into improvements in patient care and outcomes. Members participate actively across a range of activities in the field of translational cancer research.

The TCRN supports our members by providing the enabling foundation, coordination and resources required to empower you to formulate and implement research-led advances in cancer research, treatment and care.

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News

TCRN CAC Member Gillian Begbie
2 Apr 2014
A series of new appointments to the TCRN’s Consumer Advisory Committee is set to benefit UNSW and UTS researchers by giving them access to significantly expanded consumer expertise... Find out more
Jie-Bin Lew; TCRN APA recipient
1 Apr 2014
Congratulations to Jie Bin Lew, the second recipient of UNSW Australian Postgraduate Award granted in translational cancer research plus a TCRN Scholarship Top-up... Find out more
Hospital Clinicians
31 Mar 2014
Professional development initiatives at the TCRN are helping PhD students build their understanding of the clinical side of cancer research and treatment in the world outside the lab... Find out more
Cancer Services
27 Mar 2014
The TCRN is offering its members an opportunity to attend the 2014 World Cancer Congress ‘Joining Forces – Accelerating Progress’ as once off Professional Development grant... Find out more
UNSW Associate Professor Karen Canfell
12 Mar 2014
Evaluating the effectiveness of new cervical cancer screening processes in Australia is at the heart of the Compass clinical trial being rolled out by UNSW and the Victorian Cytology Service in Melbourne. Find out more
Conference & PD Grants Round 2 2014 Announced
10 Mar 2014
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, 13 May 2014 ... Find out more