Workshop: getting ‘omics into the clinic
Organised by the Cancer Research Network
Location:Lecture Theatre 026, New Law Building Eastern Ave, The University of Sydney (Camperdown campus)
The Cancer Research Network is hosting a workshop on Friday 13 April to help cancer researchers get ‘omics into the clinic in order to improve patient outcomes. All welcome!
There will be a highly multidisciplinary group of speakers and discussants, including Ainsley Newson, Andrew Spillane, Anna deFazio, Anne Cust, Brett Tully, Cliff Meldrum, David Thomas, Georgina Long, Graham Mann, John Cannings, Judy Kirk, Kate White, Megan Best, Mustafa Khasraw, Nalini Swaminathan, Narelle Shadbolt, Nicole Rankin, Paul Harnett, Phil Robinson, Phyllis Butow, Roger Reddel, Rosemary Balleine, Ruta Gupta and Tim Shaw.
Download the workshop program.
Major advances in 'omics technology have had a major impact on our understanding of cancer biology. Some of this knowledge has made its way into the clinic already. Is now the right time to make a major effort to accelerate the incorporation of 'omics analyses into cancer clinical practice?
• Identify benefits and challenges of incorporating 'omic data into clinical practice
• Discuss research ideas and priorities
• Meet potential research collaborators
RSVP: Please register for catering purposes: http://surveys.rws.medfac.usyd.edu.au/index.php/886754?newtest=Y
For more information, please contact [email protected]