Congratulations to A/Prof Khasraw who has recently received a career development fellowship from the Medical Research Future Fund (MRFF) for his work in improving outcomes for cancer patients through clinical trials.
The Australian Government‘s MRFF is a $20 billion fund is investing to supercharge the growth of our health and medical research. The MRFF aims at delivering better and more advanced health care and medical technology for Australians by supporting researchers to make the next big medical discoveries that benefit all Australians.
A/Prof Mustafa Khasraw is one of the leaders in Sydney Vital’s TCE 5 – Glioblastoma. He is the Principal Research Fellow & Clinical Lead at the National Health Medical Research Council Clinical Trial Centre at The University Of Sydney. He is a medical oncologist at Royal North Shore Hospital (RNSH) and The Northern Cancer Institute and cancer research fellow at Deakin University with a leading role in several clinical and translational programs.