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16 April 2015

Warwick Anderson National Press Club Address

National Health and Medical Research Council chief executive Warwick Anderson addresses the National Press Club on the topic: Australia's health - is
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16 April 2015

'Ian Frazer' scam targets Brisbane residents

A cruel hoax is being played out in Brisbane, and on one of the nation's favourite sons. Sham collectors are knocking on doors, telling stories about
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15 April 2015

TUMOUR MICRO-ENVIRONMENT TREATMENT RESEARCH

Dr Roberta Mazzieri and her team at UQ’s Diamantina Institute, with funding from the Cancer Council Qld, have been working on a new approach to beat b
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14 April 2015

FEDERAL MP'S FOCUS ON MEDICAL OUTCOMES

Terri Butler MP, Federal Member for Griffith and Andrew Giles MP, Federal Member for Scullin visited the TRI this morning to seek input from current C
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9 April 2015

Australian Studies Confirm Melanoma Breakthrough

US-Australian drug discovery company, Novogen (NRT:ASX; NVGN: NASDAQ), today announced that studies conducted at The University of Queensland Diamanti
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1 April 2015

It's A Bloke Thing visit TRI to support prostate cancer research

It's a Bloke Thing and The Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia visited TRI yesterday to announce a combined donation of $200,000 to the Australian
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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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