Held as part of the 2017 Australian Translational Breast Cancer Research Symposium, this two hour session aims to make the latest advances in breast cancer research and medicine accessible to the public, giving attendees the rare opportunity to hear and interact with leading local and international breast cancer researchers.
Hosted by the Garvan Research Foundation, the update will explore personalised medicine and the translation of breast cancer research from “the bench to the bedside” from an international and local perspective.
The Community Breast Cancer Research Update program will feature:
- A keynote address from Prof Lisa Carey, University of North Carolina, called ‘Personalised medicine in breast cancer: insights from key research breakthroughs’
- Updates from A/Profs Alex Swarbrick and Elgene Lim, about breast cancer discoveries and clinical research at the Garvan Institute
- An open Q&A style discussion with leading breast cancer researchers, clinicians, clinicians and representatives from breast cancer organisations (advocacy and research).
Find out more about connected event the 2017 Australian Translational Breast Cancer Research Symposium.
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