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June 2014

  The TCRN is a translational cancer research centre program funded by the Cancer Institute NSW Cancer Institute NSW  
bullet Welcome to the TCRN June 2014 Newsletter
Welcome to the TCRN newsletter for June 2014 with updates on activities and information on translational cancer research as well as key articles highlighting the work of TCRN members.
Ji-Bin Lew TCRN PhD Scholarship Top-Up Awards Now Open!

PhD Scholarship Top-Up Awards on offer to enhance the translational cancer research capabilities of PhD students. Applications close 4.00pm, 15 July 2014...
How to apply for the TCRN PhD Scholarship Top-up Awards

Megaphone TCRN @ University of Technology, Sydney – half-day roadshow

The TCRN is going on the road and will be coming to UTS on Friday 4 July. This event is open to all TCRN members as well as interested UTS staff who work in cancer research, implementation science or knowledge transfer research.

The half-day event will showcase cancer research projects from the TCRN members based at UTS and TCRN-supported UTS students.
Registration is free, please RSVP for catering purposes; closes Tuesday 24 June, 2014
Read more about UTS event and RSVP here

iStock_000019716260Large TCRN announces World Cancer Congress Grant Recipients

We are very pleased to announce the recipients of the once-off Professional Development grant to attend the World Cancer Congress in Melbourne, December 2014.

Once-off Professional Development Grant recipients announced

Dr Mariana De Souza E Sousa Conference and Professional Development Grant recipient: Mariana De Souza E Sousa

Clinician and PhD candidate Dr Mariana De Souza E Sousa participated in the 2013 Global Breast Cancer Conference (GBCC), thanks to a Conference and Professional Development Grant from the TCRN… Read more about Mariana's presentation

IMGP2445.JPG HSA Biobank Series: Medicare Australia Data Now Available to Researchers!

Data adds to the depth of clinical information regarding HSA Biobank participants, such as disease diagnosis and tumour type...

Jack Li Professor Jack Li visiting TCRN; helping to shape bioinformatics course

Professor Jack Li of the College of Medical Science and Technology at Taipei Medical University is to visit the TCRN in July to help shape a new Bioinformatics course which is currently being developed by UNSW.
Read more about Professor Li's research into biomedical informatics

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