News Archive
News Archive

News Archive

1 December 2017

Genetic technology-changing the way we do medicine

The nine-year-old, who has the rare bone marrow disease Diamond-Blackfan Anemia (DBA), has given UniSA and SA Pathology researchers a global breakthrough in genetic mapping.

19 June 2017

Prof Angel Lopez says people and innovation is the way to go

Professor Angel Lopez, head of Adelaide’s centre for cancer biology, says people and innovation is the way to go. Excellenceis very much a constant for professor Angel Lopez.

17 June 2017

Adelaide is home to a little known, but world-leading cancer research centre which has big ambitions

SOMETIMES, says Professor Angel Lopez, Adelaide can be a tad parochial. The work he and his 200 colleagues perform at the Centre for Cancer Biology (CCB) is not to try and cure cancer just for South Australia he said, it goes far beyond.

13 June 2017

Prof Angel Lopez has received the honour of Officer to the Order of Australia (AO)

We are incredibly proud to announce that our very own CCB Co-Director, Professor Angel Lopez, has received the honour of Officer to the Order of Australia (AO). This is a wonderful national honour and recognition of his scientific accomplishments as well as his dedication and service to the CCB.

7 April 2017

A/Prof Sue Branford is the winner of the 2017 IFCC Award for Significant Contributions in Molecular Diagnostics

Associate Professor Sue Branford has been awarded the 2017 IFCC Award for Significant Contributions in Molecular Diagnostics

30 March 2017

A/Prof Susan Branford publishes two landmark translational studies in Nature and in the NEJM

A/Prof Susan Branford publishes two landmark translational studies in Nature and in the New England Journal of Medicine

31 January 2017

New approach to lung cancer treatment

Within the Centre for Cancer Biology (CCB) labs, Adelaide’s Medical Research Institute dedicated to cancer, a new drug has been developed with the potential to revolutionise the treatment of lung cancer.

24 January 2017

CCB researchers find link between caspase-2 and cancer prevention

A common enzyme Caspase-2 found in mammals that kills damaged cells before they become cancerous is being hailed as an important breakthrough in understanding the treatment of the disease.

23 December 2016

Christmas has come early!

We have just taken delivery of state-of-the-art research equipment 3D HISTECH to help us realise our vision to find causes and cures for cancer. We would like to thank the Australian Cancer Research Foundation and all of their generous donors for making this possible.

21 December 2016

Vascular Biology lab awarded funding from CTMCRC

Congratulations to CCB's Vascular Biology laboratory for receiving new funding from the Cell Therapy Manufacturing Cooperative Research Centre (CTMCRC) and Medvet.