Sydney Vital invites applications for Travel Awards to the value of $1,500 for domestic travel and $3,000 for international travel.
The Translational Cancer Research Centres (TCRCs) located around Sydney were designed to facilitate more efficient and effective incorporation of research, clinical training, education and service delivery. They are able to do so though linking leading research and clinical centres.
Dr David Chan, a medical oncologist, has been a Sydney Vital member for over three years. David is especially interested in the area of NETs, uncommon tumours marked by significant heterogeneity in clinical course and prognosis.
ACRF Image X group, USYD at AAPM 2018
Elisabeth Steiner, a postdoctoral fellow at the ACRF Image X Institute, Faculty of Medicine and Health at the University of Sydney, was awarded a Sydney Vital Travel Award which she used to attend The American Association of Physics in Medicine (AAPM) 60th Annual Meeting in Nashville, USA.
Dr Andrew Care has been a member of Sydney Vital since 2017 and this year was awarded a 2018 Early Career Fellowship from the Cancer Institute NSW.
On the August 9, 2018, Sydney Vital teamed up with The Unicorn Foundation to host the 2018 Neuroendocrine Tumour Q&A Session. The session saw over 100 attendees come together to hear about what’s new in Neuroendocrine Tumours and why research plays a vital role in patient outcomes.
The annual NSW Premier’s Awards are back.
Hosted by the Cancer Institute NSW, this year the Awards will recognise the achievements of individuals and teams that work in cancer research across NSW and showcase the outstanding work they have put in to lessen the impact of cancer.