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- 19 Oct 2017
Sydney Vital is pleased to invite applications for a travel fellowship to attend the: Clinical Oncology Society of Australia (COSA) 44th Annual Meeting, Immunotherapy: Molecules and Mountains, 13th – 15th Nov 2017, Sydney. Up to five fellowships will be awarded. Applications close 5th September 2017. For enquiries regarding these awards...
The Cancer Institute NSW is hosting their sixth annual Innovations in Cancer Treatment and Care Conference on Thursday, 14 September 2017. This is a free conference for health professionals across NSW. It is an opportunity to hear, collaborate and share the latest innovations in quality cancer treatment and care. The...
Prof Stan Sidhu (Professor of Surgery, Head of the University of Sydney Endocrine Surgical Unit) and his team have conducted a clinical trial; A study of EnGeneIC Dream Vectors (EDV's) packaged with the chemotherapy PNU-159682, given simultaneously as non-targeted EDVs carrying an immune enhancer called EDVs40-mer, in participants with advanced...
The Pheo Para Troopers and their partners, the Pheo Para Alliance, will be celebrating a joint cancer research project between the National Institutes of Health and University of Melbourne in Washington DC on 15th June 2017. Keynote speakers for this exciting event will be Dr. Richard Tothill, Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre,...
We’re sure you have heard of asbestos. It’s a highly heat-resistant fibrous mineral that is found in some fabrics, brake linings and fire-resistant and insulating materials. (more…)
Chemotherapy induced hair-loss can be very demotivating, distressing and it knocks the confidence of many who have to go through it. (more…)
Cancer research is one of the most talked about topics and rightly so. Cancer research is making incredible breakthroughs and paving the way for a future where cancer can be cured and prevented. (more…)
Sydney Vital is pleased to announce the awardees for round 5 of our research scholarships awards. Congratulations to all our awardees and those who applied. (more…)
The Sydney Vital Centre Conference 2016 (SCVV 2016) saw a panel of medical specialists, patient advocates and patients gather at the Kolling Institute to discuss how cancer research improves outcomes. (more…)
The research projects below were awarded by Sydney Vital. We will post their progress when it is submitted and to keep up-to-date with our scholarships, funding and awards, check out our grant schemes.