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Creating a connected professional community of cancer research and practice in western Sydney

The Sydney West Translational Cancer Research Centre (SWTCRC) is one of seven Cancer Institute NSW funded Translational Cancer Research Centres incorporating research, clinical training, education and service delivery within a formal framework that links leading research and clinical centres.

SWTCRC devotes itself to removing barriers, supporting and amplifying the skills and achievements of our workforce enabling them to provide ever greater benefits to our community.

Our Flagship Programs

Events

12
Aug

MOGA Annual Scientific Meeting 2020 - POSTPONED

12/08/2020 - 14/08/2020 Perth Convention Centre
12
Aug

Stepping Stones Program for Early Career Researchers University of Sydney

12/08/2020 - 12/08/2020
13
Aug

WHRN 2020 Symposium General Research Presentations

13/08/2020 - 13/08/2020
19
Aug

Stepping Stones Program for Early Career Researchers University of Sydney

19/08/2020 - 19/08/2020
20
Aug

Disruption, adaptation and adoption: What does the new face of Clinical Trials look like?

20/08/2020 - 20/08/2020
20
Aug

WIMR Seminar - 20 Aug 2020

20/08/2020 - 20/08/2020

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SWTCRC Executive member and Flagship leader, Professor Jacob George, has been awarded the Okuda-Omata Award, only the second time this award has been conferred. The award recognises scientific contributions of outstanding significance in the field of hepatology (the study of liver diseases).

'A great honour': Jacob George awarded for lifetime of work in liver health.