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May 2018

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bullet Welcome to the Nexus for May 2018

This month we feature a number of events and conferences led by the TCRN and others. We invite TCRN members to submit an abstract for the TCRN Symposium on October 30.

Members who have an abstract accepted for presentation at the Sydney Cancer Conference may apply for the TCRN to sponsor their registration. Details are below.

A reminder to complete your 2017 annual membership survey by May 23rd.

We also announce the program for the upcoming Obesity: A new cancer problem workshop on July 3rd. Registrations are open now!

Finally, we highlight some exciting updates and publications as well as share several funding opportunities and services available to members.
Screen Shot 2018-03-29 at 2.12.38 pm Reminder: Please complete the annual TCRN member survey by May 23rd

Members who were active or joined in 2017, have recently received an invitation to complete the annual TCRN member survey. This survey collects important detail we are required to report to the Cancer Institute NSW as part of our annual progress reporting.

The survey will only take 3-5 minutes to complete.

TCRN_symbol_print jpeg Abstract Submission now open for the TCRN Symposium

Abstract submissions are now open for the inaugural TCRN Symposium. Abstracts close on July 9. We encourage all members to apply!

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Screen Shot 2018-04-19 at 3.23.43 pm Randwick Precinct Cancer Roundtable: Nanomedicine - 22 May 2018

Please join us Tuesday May 22nd 2018 from 12:30-13:30 for the next Randwick Precinct Cancer Roundtable focused on Nanomedicine, which will be facilitated by Prof David Goldstein and feature Dr Joshua McCarroll.

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Screen Shot 2018-05-15 at 3.21.16 pm HEAT – Health Economics Advice for Research Translation

HEAT is a partnership between the TCRN and the Centre for Health Economics Research and Evaluation (CHERE). HEAT is a service exclusively for TCRN members and members can seek health economics support and advice.

For more details and how to contact HEAT

Screen Shot 2018-04-18 at 3.29.37 pm Program released for Obesity: A New Cancer Problem workshop

Please click the link below to learn more about the exciting program planned for the Obesity: A New Cancer Problem workshop.

Registrations are open now so please don't miss out!

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Screen Shot 2018-05-15 at 3.16.13 pm Sydney Cancer Conference Abstracts close soon!

TCRN members are encouraged to submit abstracts to the upcoming Sydney Cancer Conference. Abstracts will be accepted for a wide range of themes and they close on May 25. The TCRN will sponsor up to 10 registrations for abstracts which have been accepted for an oral or poster presentation.

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Gaspari photo TCRN Travel story | Yvonne Gaspari - 2018 R1 Professional Development Grant

Learn about Yvonne's recent experience at the 2018 TROG ASM.

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Grant-Funding-Image Reminder: Open TCRN Grants

Our Conference & Professional Development grants close on MONDAY 21 MAY. Apply now!

A reminder that we also have an exciting opportunity for a nursing PhD Scholarship.

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Screen Shot 2018-05-15 at 3.23.29 pm 2018 Innovations in Cancer Treatment and Care Conference

The Cancer Institute NSW announces the 7th annual Innovations in Cancer Treatment and Care Conference ‘Right care, right place, right time’ on Thursday, September 13th 2018.

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books research study  iStock_93320821_LARGE_1 Recent interesting articles from TCRN members - May 2018

Please click the link below to learn more about an array of fascinating articles from across the TCRN.

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UNSW Sydney_Yellow Master's courses

Enrolment is now open for Masters-level online courses available as single non-award courses at UNSW Sydney in Semester 2, 2018.

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