Children’s cancers are a focus for three priority-driven research grants announced this week by Cancer Australia.
Research into leukaemic stem cells, childhood brain cancer DIPG and therapies for neuroblastoma will get a boost from Australia's peak medical research funding agency, NHMRC.
Young researcher Dr Denise Yu has honed her molecular profiling skills in the US to explore neuroblastoma cells’ metabolism
This week, science stars gathered at a dinner for 50+ past, present and (hopefully) future Tall Poppy Award winners from NSW.
We're proud of our graduate students who hauled in several awards for presenting their research.
Tumour biologist and PhD student Walter Muskovic received a grant to support research into brain cancer glioblastoma from the chosen charity for zombie walks around Australia, the Brain Foundation. It must be Halloween.
Showing it's not just genes that get promoted, we congratulate two of our research leaders for their promotion as UNSW academics, a tribute to their significant research achievements.
A surprise birthday gift of $189,000 will help us work on improving treatment for one of the deadliest childhood cancers.
A decision to work in cancer research instead of underwater photography has led to important discoveries by new Fellow of the Australian Academy of Health and Medical Sciences, Professor Maria Kavallaris.
Honours student Kim Hanssen was awarded the best student poster prize at the 24th annual St Vincent’s Campus Research Symposium.