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 Marion Haas, TCRN Leadership Council Member
19 May 2016
A TCRN-hosted workshop has given implementation specialists a solid grounding in health economics and its role in the design and implementation of health care services and interventions... Find out more
TCRN CAC Member Kathryn Leaney
17 May 2016
Despite joining the TCRN’s Consumer Advisory Committee only last year, Kathryn Leaney has wasted no time getting involved with a range of translational research projects... Find out more
Annual TCRN PhD Workshop 19 April 2016
12 May 2016
Understanding research funding processes was the name of the game at this year’s TCRN PhD Translational Skills Workshop, an annual day-long initiative for doctoral students receiving funding support from the TCRN. .. Find out more
TCRN Member Prof Johanna Westbrook
10 May 2016
TCRN Member Professor Johanna Westbrook has been appointed to the board of the Australian Digital Health Agency, announced by Minister for Health, Aged Care and Sport, Sussan Ley. Find out more
Emma Stradling, POWH Pathology with patient
9 May 2016
Enhancing cancer research in head and neck cancers through consumer involvement to help ensure consumer needs are reflected and the project is informative, targets consumer priorities and is user-friendly. Find out more
TCRN Monthly Members Articles
5 May 2016
Review this month's snapshot of TCRN members' publications including Jason Wong, Luke Hesson, Megan Smith, Jie Bin Lew, Karen Canfell, Toni Jue, Kerrie McDonald, Maarit Laaksonen, Nicki Meagher and Claire Vajdic... Find out more
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