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8 July 2014

The CCB wins $6.67 million NHMRC Program grant to lead fight against leukaemia

The NHMRC announced today that the Centre for Cancer Biology (CCB) has been awarded a $6.67 million Program Grant to lead new research into leukaemia.

8 July 2014

Professor Angel Lopez has been elected a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Science

Election as a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Science is one of the most prestigious honours bestowed upon a scientist in Australia.

8 November 2013

NHMRC and ARC successes for the CCB

The CCB was the recipient of 9 grants with a total value of $5,939,942in the recent NHMRC Grant round. With a the success rate was of 32% (about twice the national average) it was particularly encouraging for to see many of its young scientists succeed as well as some of the more established ones.

25 September 2013

Postgraduate Projects 2014

The CCB aims to be a hub of internationally recognised cancer research excellence, achieving tangible outcomes for cancer patients. A key platform within this goal is to foster high quality postgraduate studies to build a new generation of world-leading cancer researchers.

19 September 2013

Associate Professor Susan Branford wins the Australian Society for Medical Research (ASMR) SA Leading Light Award

Associate Professor Susan Branford of the Leukaemia Unit, Department of Molecular and Genetic Pathology, Centre for Cancer Biology won the Australian Society for Medical Research (ASMR) SA Leading Light Award.

18 September 2013

Dr Wendy Parker wins the South Australian Young Woman of the Year Award

Dr Wendy Parker, a Cure Cancer Australia Foundation and Leukaemia Foundation of Australia post-doctoral fellow in the Leukaemia Unit, Department of Molecular and Genetic Pathology, Centre for Cancer Biology won the South Australian Young Woman of the Year Award. 

15 June 2013

$40m for new SA Pathology and UniSA partnership

The Federal Government has invested $40m to back the formation of a powerful new partnership between the University of South Australia and SA Pathology to accommodate and support the growth of the Centre for Cancer Biology.

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