Wellness and Life after Cancer forumHave you or someone you care for recenly finished treatment for cancer?
The Moving beyond Cancer to Wellness forum is presented by the Australian Cancer Survivorship Centre and Cancer Council Victoria. The forum provides you, your family members and carers with information on how to adjust to life after cancer treatment. Topics include: managing the side effects of treatment, diet, exercise, emotional health and self-care, sexuality, returning to work, and information and support services available as well as a session aimed at carers.
Thursday 31 May 2016, 10.00am-4.00pm
Mercure Treasury Gardens, 13 Spring Street Melbourne
Please contact Georgina Wiley for more information on 9656 9040 or Georgina.Wiley@petermac.org
Improving Outcomes for Cancer Survivors and The Fourth Psycho-Oncology Research Conference: Living with and Beyond Cancer
Thursday 13th October and Friday 14th October
9:00am – 5:00pm
The Victorian Comprehensive
305 Grattan Street,
Adelaide, Australia • June 23-25, 2016
- Event Details: 18 & 19 August 2016 at the new Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre at Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Centre Building in Parkville.
7th International Mutant p53 Workshop
The “7th International Mutant p53 Workshop” will bring together world leading clinicians and researchers in the p53 field to discuss major advancements and challenges. This forum will advance understanding of this vital tumour protein through discussion of unpublished results, sharing of ideas and reagents, strengthening existing networks and opening opportunities to establish new collaborations. The workshop will provide a great opportunity for students and postdocs to present and discuss their work with world experts in this field.
Wednesday 26 October 2016 - 9:15 am
Details regarding the workshop will follow.We are looking forward to your participation, please SAVE THE DATE!
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- Victorian Cancer Agency Current Funding Schemes:
The 2016 Victorian Cancer Agency Funding Round is now open. Applications for following the funding schemes are available:1. Translational Research Projects
2. Clinical Research Fellowships (Including the new Nursing and Allied Health Clinical Research Fellowship)
3. Mid-Career Research Fellowships
4. Early Career Seed Grants
Please use the attached application form when applying for a course.Complete the form in full, include your CV and submit all documents as a single PDF file.