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Stuart Pitson

13 July 2016

Neurosurgical Research Foundation supports Glioblastoma breakthrough

New research from Centre for Cancer Biology (CCB) could support more effective chemotherapy treatment for one of the most lethal brain cancers, Glioblastoma. The research will receive a boost of $68,000 from the Neurosurgical Research Foundation (NRF), allowing leading brain cancer researcher, Professor Stuart Pitson, to take his work one-step closer to clinical application.

SHARAD KUMAR

4 July 2016

Prof Sharad Kumar awarded ANZSCDB President's Medal

The CCB congratulates Prof Sharad Kumar on being awarded The Australia and New Zealand Society for Cell and Developmental Biology (ANZSCDB) President's Medal.

RAH Grant  ico

28 June 2016

2016 RAH Research Fund Medical Research Impact Grant Recipients Announced

Congratulations to CCB Professors Michael Brown, Paul Reynolds, Angel Lopez, A/Professor Claudine Bonder & Dr Joanna Woodcock on receiving funding in the 2016 Medical Research Impact Grant Round

Melissa Bennett

22 June 2016

2016 MF & MH Joyner Scholarship in Medicine

The CCB Directors, Professors Angel Lopez and Sharad Kumar are pleased to congratulate Ms Melissa Bennett on the prestigious honour of being awarded the 2016 MF & MH Joyner Scholarship in Medicine.

Sarah Boyle

14 June 2016

Ross Wishart Memorial Award 2016

The CCB Directors, Professors Angel Lopez and Sharad Kumar are delighted to congratulate Ms Sarah Boyle and her supervisor Dr Marina Kochetkova on the honor of winning the ASMR’s Ross Wishart Memorial Award.

Dr Sophie Wiszniak

10 March 2016

Dr Sophie Wiszniak has won the 2016 Mary Overton Early Career Fellowship

Dr Sophie Wiszniak has won the 2016 Mary Overton Early Career Fellowship to pursue her research in unravelling the mysterious cause of congenital heart defects, a common problem affecting one in 100 babies.

Hanish Scott

9 March 2016

Blood Cancer Gene Discovery

A genetic discovery from Professor Hamish Scott and his research team at the Centre for Cancer Biology (CCB) will help to identify and monitor people at very high risk of developing blood cancers such as leukaemia and lymphoma. An article published in the haematology journal Blood, presents a major breakthrough for families with a history of blood cancers

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