COSA’s 46th ASM will focus on urological cancers – of course we will feature prostate cancer, but also sessions on testicular and bladder cancer, as well as other related issues such as symptom control, and urological survivorship.
The National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) has hosted an Annual Symposium on Research Translation since 2012.
Australia is well positioned to be a leading destination for early phase clinical trials – currently commencing over 1000 new trials each year.
The Victorian Cancer bioinformatics Symposium will focus on the application of bioinformatics in cancer research and clinical practice, with a full day of talks, a poster session and an evening networking event, Attendees from all career stages and professional roles are welcome.
The Australian Cell Cycle meeting been running for now for over two decades and brings together leading research groups from across Australia to share their latest research findings, facilitate collaborations, and to engage with international experts in the cell cycle, telomere, DNA damage and cancer research fields.
Metabolic reprogramming is now recognised as a critical aberration facilitating the growth and proliferation of many cancers.
In 2019, we are focussing on the theme of “Future of Cancer Survivorship: Evolution or Revolution?” The last 20 years have witnessed a significant evolution of the field of survivorship.
The National Statement on Ethical Conduct in Human Research (2007) has recently been updated, most significantly with a fully revised section 3.
The Medical Oncology Group of Australia’s 2018 Annual Scientific meeting will be the most prestigious and influential oncology platform in Australia and is the ideal place to learn about the latest science, network with industry colleagues and keep pace with today’s rapid developments in cancer research.
The 2018 ANZGOG Annual Scientific Meeting will be held at the Hilton Brisbane on 4 to 7 April 2018.
56th ASMR National Scientific Conference “Science and Survival — equipping you with the tools to further your research career”
The new format of NSC 2017 with both scientific presentations and visionary professional development workshops all packed up in a shorter format.
COSA’s 44th ASM will have a focus on immunotherapy with a subtheme of implementing quality and safety in cancer care.
An intensive 2 day course for advanced trainees in surgery, medical and radiation oncology; as well as junior medical staff and allied health professionals including nurses.
The CNSA Annual Congress has become the must-attend conference of the year for Australian nurses working with people affected by cancer.
The legal framework around privacy in Australia is complex and differs between states.
Kate LeMay (ANDS) will cover storage and repository options for health and medical data including: institutional, discipline, non-specific repositories.
The 4th PC4 Scientific Symposium will bring together an array of experts in the field of Primary Care and Cancer to discuss new initiatives, current research and future challenges.
Kate LeMay (ANDS) will introduce the series and provide links to practical resources specifically for those researching and publishing in Health and Medical fields e.g.
Ignite is looking for 20 of Australia’s boldest, brightest PhD students with big ideas, big vision and their sights set on the big stage.
Three distinguished international speakers, Dr David Tan (Medical Oncologist, Singapore), Dr Remi Nout (Radiation Oncologist, Netherland), Dr Anil Sood (Gynaecological Oncologist, MD Anderson, Texas) will be providing keynote addresses.
The Australian Cell Cycle Meeting 2017 is being co-hosted by Children’s Medical Research Institute (CMRI) and Garvan Medical Research Institute to be held from March 27th to March 29th 2017 at the Powerhouse Museum in Darling Harbour, Sydney, Australia.
The 17th Australian Cell Cycle Meeting, to be held from Monday 27th March to Wednesday 29th March 2016 in Sydney Australia, aims to bring together leading research groups and renowned international experts in cell cycle and cancer research.
Learn about personalised medicine and the impact that our enhanced understanding of genetics has on modern medicine and society.No particular background in science or medicine is required.
Webinar: Good Practice Process for site assessment and authorisation phases of clinical trials research governance
NHMRC has developed a Good Practice Process for site assessment and authorisation phases of clinical trials research governance v2.3 September 2016.
The theme this year is “Cancer Survivorship 2017: Pathways to better policy and practice” which focuses our thinking on how we can translate the growing evidence in this area into day to day applications.
The theme for this year is "Embedding research into health care: building a culture of quality".
This annual conference promotes advancements in healthcare through research and education, and by building bridges between basic science, the clinic and delivery of care.
The 43rd Annual Scientific Meeting for the Clinical Oncology Society Australia (COSA) will be held on the Gold Coast in partnership with the Australia & New Zealand Breast Cancer Trials Group (ANZBCTG), with a focus on breast cancer.
The 2016 ASMR National Scientific Conference (NSC) will serve as a unique transdisciplinary forum for the exchange of cutting-edge ideas and techniques to address the major health-related issues of the future.
Leura 8 will bring together Australian health professionals and international registrants, for an innovative, multidisciplinary breast cancer conference.
Insights from Design Thinking, Operations Research and Systems Thinking.
TheThe 6th Australian Lung Cancer Conference aims to provide a forum to raise and discuss issues relating to the theory and practice of MDT care, NSCLC, SCLC and mesothelioma.
The Human Genetics Society of Australasia (HGSA) Annual Scientific Meeting will be held at the Hotel Grand Chancellor in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia on 6-9 August 2016.
The MOGA Annual Scientific Meeting program will encompass a diversity of educational and networking opportunities including specialised Education Programs for Australian medical oncology trainees, young oncology consultants and senior clinicians as well as Social and Networking functions.
Research Australia Webinar Medical Research Future Fund Strategies and Priorities - responding to the consultation
The MRFF provides a unique opportunity to transform Australian health and medical research and innovation.
NHMRC, in association with the Australian National Data Service (ANDS) will be hosting a live webinar on the HREA on 16 May at 12.30pm AEST.
Together with a number of esteemed cancer care experts, Keynote Speaker Dr Margaret Barton-Burke will be sharing the latest scientific knowledge from their research and clinical practice.
The 2016 Sydney ARCS Scientific Congress, 11 -12 May, is essential to attend for those working in clinical monitoring, coordination and governance, investigator-initiated research, medical affairs/MSL, medical information, pharmacovigilance and leadership.
Research commonly involves the use of various forms of social media to support recruitment and participant communications.
Data Management Planning (DMP) Tools provide a means for researchers to create, review, and share data management plans.
The theme for APS 2016 is “Pain: Meeting the Challenge”.
The 2nd Thomas Ashworth CTC Symposium will be held this year at the Pullman Albert Park Hotel, Melbourne in conjunction with the 7th EMT International Association Meeting (TEMITA-VII).
The Australian Bioinformatics And Computational Biology Society (ABACBS) is pleased to announce the ABACBS Conference 2015, following a successful Australian Bioinformatics Conference in Melbourne last year.
The COMBINE Student Symposium is an opportunity for students and early-career researchers in computational biology, bioinformatics, and the life sciences to share their research with others in these fields.
Please see the attached flyer for details.