'Realising The Role Of Basic Science In Translational Research Centres' is a Cancer Implementation Science Community of Practice event.
It is designed to support the goals of the following groups who are affiliated to a NSW Translational Cancer Research Centre (TCRC):
- basic researchers, and T2-T4 researchers
- community of practice members with an interest in the translational pipeline.
The workshop aims to assist T1 researchers in aligning their research to meet the objectives and capabilities of the TCRCs.
It will facilitate partnerships within and between TCRCs to fulfil the transition of T1 research through to implementation (T1-T4). It will enable T1 researchers to articulate the significance of their work to optimise grant success.
- Nik Zeps, Group Director of Research at Epworth HealthCare, Melbourne
- Alexander Engel, Chair for the Colorectal MDT at RNSH and NSLHD and director of Sydney Vital TCRC
- Tim Shaw, Professor of eHealth and Director of the Research in Implementation Science and eHealth group at the Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Sydney.
- Anna deFazio, Sydney West Chair in Translational Cancer Research, Obstetrics, Gynaecology and Neonatology.
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.