REALISING THE ROLE OF BASIC SCIENCE IN THE TRANSLATIONAL RESEARCH CENTRES: Are we there yet?
Organised by the Implementation Science Community of Practise and SYDNEY VITAL TCRC
Location:Kolling Institute of Medical Research, Royal North Shore Hospital, Sydney
For Basic researchers, T2-T4 researchers, clinicians who are affiliated to a NSW Translational Cancer Research Centre (TCRC), and community of practice members with an interest in the translational pipeline.
Assist T1 researchers to identify and prioritise their research to meet the objectives and capabilities of the TCRCs
Facilitate partnerships within and between TCRCs to fulfill the transition of T1 research through the continuum right through to implementation (T1-T4).
Enable T1 researchers to articulate the significance of their work to optimise grant success
See the attached program for detail
- Adjunct Professor Nik Zeps, Chair of the Cancer Biology Group of COSA, Adjunct Professor in the School of Health Sciences at Curtin University, the Centre for Comparative Genomics at Murdoch University and Notre Dame Medical School. Member of numerous clinical trials groups and the Australian representative on the Ethics and Policy Committee of the International Cancer Genome Consortium (ICGC) .
- Professor Alexander Engel, Chair for the Colorectal MDT at RNSH and NSLHD and director of Sydney Vital TCRC
- Professor Tim Shaw, Professor of eHealth, Director of the Research in Implementation Science and eHealth, The University of Sydney
- Professor Anna deFazio, Sydney West Chair in Translational Cancer Research, Head of the Gynaecological Oncology Research Laboratory at The Westmead Institute for Medical Research
PLUS guest speakers