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5 June 2018

Congratulations to Philip Gregory, Greg Goodall and colleagues for their new paper in EMBO J

A new paper was published today in EMBO J. authored by Philip Gregory and Greg Goodall and colleagues titled "miR‐200/375 control epithelial plasticity‐associated alternative splicing by repressing the RNA‐binding protein Quaking"

21 May 2018

Prof Greg Goodall has been elected a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Science

Congratulations to the CCB’s Prof Greg Goodall who has been elected a Fellow of the prestigious Australian Academy of Science! Greg is one of 21 leading scientists that have been acknowledged today for their outstanding contributions to science. His research focuses on the..................

2 May 2018

Dr Guillermo Gomez awarded Cure Brain Cancer Foundation Infrastructure Grant

Grant recipient Dr Guillermo Gomez from the CCB will receive $400,000 over the next four years to fund innovative and potentially lifesaving projects "Cure Brain Cancer Foundation’s Infrastructure Grant"

19 February 2018

Launch of Cincera Therapeutics Pty Ltd

The founding scientists of Cincera are Professor Stuart Pitson from the CCB and Associate Professor Bernard Flynn from MIPS

13 February 2018

Prof Greg Goodall awarded the prestigious Julian Wells Medal

Congratulations to Prof Greg Goodall who was awarded the prestigious Julian Wells Medal at this year’s Lorne Genome Conference in February 2018.

26 January 2018

Congratulations to Prof Sharad Kumar who was appointed a Member of the Order of Australia

Congratulations to Prof Sharad Kumar who was appointed a Member of the Order of Australia (AM) on Australia Day!

6 December 2017

CCB researchers secure over $10 million in NHMRC grants

CCB researchers have been awarded $8.6 million in by the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC).

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.

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