News Archive

News Archive

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.

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.

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

22 December 2015

CCB Researchers discover link between inhibiting 14-3-3ζ protein and faster wound healing

Researchers in the Tumour Microenvironment Laboratory led by Dr. Michael Samuel, in collaboration with colleagues at the CCB and the Garvan Institute have discovered that inhibiting the molecular chaperone protein 14-3-3ζ accelerates the healing of skin wounds two-fold.

11 December 2015

Dr Quenten Schwarz has been awarded a Future Leader Fellowship from the Heart Foundation

Quenten Schwarz has been awarded a Future Leader Fellowship from the Heart Foundation to further his research into congenital heart defects. Dr Schwarz, who heads the CCB’s Neurovascular Research Laboratory, is delighted to receive the four-year Fellowship for his work defining the mechanisms controlling cardiac outflow tract formation in the human embryo.

10 December 2015

Accelerating discovery towards cancer diagnosis and treatment

The Centre for Cancer Biology (CCB) has been awarded $2 million funding from the Australian Cancer Research Foundation (ACRF) to establish the world-class ACRF Cancer Discovery Accelerator facility in Adelaide. The grant was presented at the ACRF awards dinner in Sydney last night.

4 December 2015

New world-class rating for advanced cancer research

The Centre for Cancer Biology (CCB) and aligned research in Biochemistry and Cell Biology, Clinical Sciences and Pharmacology and Pharmaceutical Sciences have all earned the highest possible world-class rating in the 2015 the latest Excellence in Research for Australia (ERA) results.

24 November 2015

The Clifford Prize for Cancer Research 2015

The Clifford Prize for Cancer Research was presented to Professor Inder Verma and Professor Jane Visvader at Seventh Barossa Meeting on Cell Signalling in Cancer Biology and Therapy. The bi-annual prize is presented by the Centre for Cancer Biology (CCB), South Australia, for outstanding international achievement in cancer research.

23 November 2015

What's the fuss? campaign

The What's the fuss? campaign in support of medical research and the Medical Research Future Fund (MRFF) was launched at Parliament House on 19 October. The campaign aims to give the community a better understanding of the important role health & medical research plays in all our lives.

16 November 2015

CCB’s ACRF Cancer Genomics Facility wins SA Health Award for Excellence in Non-clinical Services

CCB’s ACRF Cancer Genomics Facility wins SA Health Award for Excellence in Non-clinical Services for Implementation of Clinical Next Generation Sequencing. Next-Generation Sequencing (NGS), dramatically improving the speed and numbers of diagnoses for patients and families affected by genetic disease, at reduced cost to the health care system.