Last week we hosted a delegation of eight doctors from two leading Chinese children’s hospitals, opening up exciting possibilities for research and clinical collaborations
On Tuesday, 40 school students from Canberra visited us to learn about cancer and how we’re working to cure it. For the budding scientists among them, it was a chance to find out what a career in medical research is really like.
Our PhD students stopped their experiments and ‘retreated’ from the lab for two days last week. The annual Student Retreat is an opportunity to share experiences, learn new skills and think about the future.
Our scientists have been forging alliances in China that will open the door to research collaborations and speed the progress of childhood cancer research.
One of our Clinical Research Fellows, Dr Toby Trahair, is taking part in the Tour de Cure Signature Tour 2018 which starts on Friday 27th April, raising money for cancer research by cycling 1110km from Mackay to Cairns.
Simone Leckey is a Laboratory Support Assistant in our labs. This weekend she gave her hair to help people with cancer.
Can riding a mountain bike 1000km through outback Australia help end childhood cancer? Yes, when it’s the 2018 Ride for Lily.
We’re thrilled to announce a new role at Children’s Cancer Institute – Research Team Leader. Applications are now open for emerging research leaders who’d like to establish their own independent cancer research careers.
PhD student Kim Hanssen has just presented her work at a scientific meeting in Innsbruck, Austria. She gives us her impressions of her first international conference.
Money raised by the Sydney Airport Community Christmas Giving Appeal will support an innovative project to find better treatments for neuroblastoma.