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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Prof Peter Gunning
28 Aug 2015
Professor Peter Gunning, head of UNSW Medicine’s Oncology Research Unit, received $500,000 for cutting edge fluorescence imaging technology. Find out more
Conference & PD Grant recipients
4 Aug 2015
The TCRN have awarded three recipients international conference and professional development grants Find out more
TCRN Members Publications
3 Aug 2015
Research publications conducted by the TCRN members network has been highlighted over the past month, featuring one of the TCRN's flagship projects; the HSA Biobank. Find out more
SEALS Next Generation Sequencing
25 Jun 2015
The introduction of Next Generation Sequencing within the SEALS Molecular Genetics team at Prince of Wales Hospital has transformed genetic cancer testing services... Find out more
2020 Cancer Workforce
25 Jun 2015
The delivery of cancer-specific education courses at UNSW is part of a renewed TCRN push to contribute to the cancer workforce of the future... Find out more
TCRN Conference grant recipient Claire Pagulayan
25 Jun 2015
Emma Dyce and Claire Pagulayan received funding from the TCRN Conference and Professional Development Grants scheme to attend the 2015 Image-Guided Radiation Therapy in Clinical Practice Conference in Prague. Find out more
TCRN Members Publications
24 Jun 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
TCRN Conference & Professional Development grant receipient Jeremy Henson
23 Jun 2015
For Dr Jeremy Henson, head of the Cancer Cell Immortality Group in the Prince of Wales Clinical School, attending the Telomeres and Telomerase 2015 Conference was an opportunity to find out about the latest research from US and Europe... Find out more
Lowy cancer Research Centre, UNSW
5 Jun 2015
Expressions of Interest are sought for the role of Project Officer in the Prince of Wales Clinical School. The role is to co-ordinate and implement the TCRN's Cancer Challenge of the Year 2014 project... Find out more