The 8th Annual Postgraduate Cancer Research Symposium is a chance for postgraduate students to present their research to other students and academics from all disciplines across the University of Sydney.
The program features student research across the whole cancer continuum – basic science, public health, clinical and psychosocial. It will also present novel research from a range of cancer types.
Sessions will be as follows:
- Cell biology
- Novel treatments
- Clinical, public health & psychosocial research
- Genomics & cell signalling
- Molecular biology & biomarkers
- Anti-cancer agents & drug development
Associate Professor Anne Cust, NHMRC and Cancer Institute NSW Career Development Fellow, Cancer Epidemiology and Prevention Research, Sydney School of Public Health, The University of Sydney, will give the plenary address.
Register for the event here or visit the event site
Please note: Events publicised on this website align to the goals and objectives of the NSW Cancer Plan, are evidence-based, not-for profit and are conducted by:
- Professional colleges
- Cancer councils
- State-based, national and international cancer control organisations and agencies.
- Cancer or health services
- Government organisations
- Academic institutions.
The Cancer Institute NSW will consider events that meet this criteria on a case-by-case basis, and will not support activities or groups that do not comply with strict evidence-based principles.