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Concert

A plethora of research exists showing that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders in Australia have poorer cancer survival outcomes than their non-Aboriginal counterparts. Seeking to uncover the reasons why these rates differ so markedly is the aim of Dr Gabriel Gabriel’s project which was awarded a CONCERT Grant earlier this year.
Exciting changes are happening in medical oncology across Wollongong and Shoalhaven hospitals. Driven by the Head of the Medical Oncology Department, Dr Lorraine Chantrill, these changes are seeing an increased focus on research with the aim of improving outcomes for cancer patients in the future.

We are less than one week away from our event: Common Challenges Faced by ECRs. The countdown is on 😊

Don’t forget to register at https://www.eventbrite.com.au/o/ingham-institute-postdoc-association-31116975697 https://twitter.com/InghamPostdoc/status/1317969095896215555

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Please set your calendars for our next postdoc event!

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Less than a month to go until CONCERT's T1/T2 virtual workshop: Focus on Colorectal Cancer and Head and Neck Cancers – use of biobank resources for clinical translational studies on November 20th. More details on our website: https://www.concert.org.au/event/t1-t2-workshop-save-the-date/

Thanks to @ApteMinoti & Lorraine Chantrill for a very engaging & inspiring @ConcertTcrc roundtable on #PancreaticCancer A real call to arms for researchers, clinicians and consumers to work together to tackle this horrible disease.

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