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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News

Lowy Cancer Research Centre - TCRN
2 May 2016
Expressions of Interest are sought for the role of Data Manager in the Prince of Wales Clinical School to provide research support and contribute to the success of TCRN-led research projects... Find out more
TCRN Consumer Robert Wynn
22 Apr 2016
Working for a childhood cancer charity and caring for his mother after a cancer diagnosis has given Robert Wynn a unique perspective on the role of the consumer in translational cancer research. Find out more
Nadia Amorim TCRN Conference & Professional Development Grant recipient
18 Apr 2016
One of Australia’s most high profile cancer conferences provided an opportunity for two TCRN PhD students to present their research findings to an international audience... Find out more
TCRN Monthly Members Articles
15 Apr 2016
This month's article features recently published studies by TCRN members at UNSW, Lowy Cancer Research Centre and Macquarie University... Find out more
UNSW - LCRC-88
14 Apr 2016
Presenting the TCRN Primary Care project at the International Primary Health Care Reform conference gave Dr Heike Schütze an opportunity to share the results of a research project that could transform the delivery of cancer follow-up care... Find out more
The Power of Biobanking
12 Apr 2016
This month marks the 2000th HSA Biobank Patient Consent Form, reaffirming the bank as one of the most valuable translational research resources in NSW as we hear from Surgical Oncologist Prof Phil Crowe Find out more
TCRN CCY 2015 Lynch Sydrome risk
29 Mar 2016
Lynch syndrome is a common, inherited condition that affects thousands of Australians and greatly increases the risk of developing cancer. Yet 95% of those who have it don’t know about it. The TCRN funded CCY 2015 aims to support healthcare professionals in developing strategies to improve screening and management... Find out more
TCRN Member Dr Janet Long
22 Mar 2016
Building strategic relationships between members is the key to a successful translational research network, according to the third instalment of a study funded by the TCRN. Find out more
TCRN Members' Research Articles
18 Mar 2016
Keep up to date with this month's featured research publications by TCRN members... Find out more