2018 TCRN Symposium

14 November 2018
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Congratulations to the Winners of Best Presentation at the Inaugural TCRN Symposium!

The inaugural TCRN Symposium was held on October 30th. Over 130 TCRN members and supporters have attended and showcased their translational work under the TCRN network.

Following TCRN members were awarded for the best oral and poster presentations.


Rapid Fire Session 1: 

Best Oral presentations: 

Dr Matt McCrary, UNSW Sydney  

Exercise-based rehabilitation for cancer survivors with chemotherapy-induced peripheral neuropathy

Runner-up: Ms Tatiane Yanes, UNSW Sydney  

Polygenic breast cancer risk: A prospective study of uptake and outcomes among high-risk women

 

Rapid Fire Session 2: 

Best Oral presentations: Ms Fiona Deutsch, UTS

Multiplex approach to detect E6/E7 in the saliva of oral cancer patients

Runner-up:  Dr Victor Lu, UNSW Sydney 

Elucidating the translational potential of a novel La2O3 nanoparticle therapy in glioblastoma.

 

Rapid Fire Session 3: 

Best Oral presentations: Ms Nicole Yuwono, UNSW Sydney

Deciphering the Origins of Circulating Cell-free DNA and Its Alterations During Menstruation.

Runner-up

Professor Susan Ramus, UNSW Sydney 

A gene expression prognostic signature for overall survival in patients with high-grade serous ovarian cancer.

 

Best Poster presentation: Neha Faruqui, George Institute

EXPLORING BARRIERS TO ACCESSING CARE FOR CHILDHOOD CANCERS IN INDIA: A QUALITATIVE STUDY (InPOG-ACC-16-03)

Runner-up (2) :

Meredith Hill, UTS

The effect of miR-21 and miR-499 on the microRNAome in HNSCC

Marina Pavanello, UNSW Sydney  

Candidate ovarian cancer susceptibility genes for non high-grade serous ovarian cancer

 

Once again, congratulations to all their excellent presentations!  Each of the winners receives a cash prize.