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7 June 2017

Cure Brain Cancer Foundation Grants

We would like you to be among the first to know that Cure Brain Cancer Foundation is launching a new round of research grants to spark innovative idea
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2 June 2017

2017 Climb For Cancer Wrap Up

On Sunday May 28, a team of 68 TRI based researchers climbed the 810 stairs of Waterfront Place after 6 weeks of fundraising and training.
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1 June 2017

Australian Skin and Skin Cancer Research Centre (ASSC) Enabling Grant Scheme

The Australian Skin and Skin Cancer Research Centre (ASSC) Enabling Grant Scheme is currently open for applications. The ASSC is a joint collaboration
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23 May 2017

Researchers tackle cancer one step at a time

More than 65 staff from the Translational Research Institute (TRI) have committed their support to cancer research outside of the lab, taking up the C
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19 May 2017

$26 million boost in medical research funding to get new clinical trials underway

A new $26 million investment in clinical trial capacity will allow Australians to access some of the latest breakthroughs in medical research thanks t
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17 May 2017

Dr Jyotsna Batra wins Cure Cancer Award

2016 TRI Spore Grant winner, QUT’s Dr Jyotsna Batra, won a Cure Cancer award last night at the Australia's Researcher Showcase and 50th birthday Celeb
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Events

19 July 2024 11:00 AM1:00 PM

TRI Seminar Series: Cancer

Come along to the second instalment of the TRI Seminar Series for 2024, focusing on Cancer Metabolism.
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26 July 2024 12:30 PM2:30 PM

Special Ethical Bystander Training – Males only

Ethical bystanders play an essential role in nurturing a safe and respectful workplace with a zero-tolerance to violence. This Special Ethical Bystander Training session is targeted towards males as they have been underrepresented at past Ethical Bystander Training at TRI and UQ.
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