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Centre for Cancer Biology
The Centre for Cancer Biology (CCB) studies the fundamental causes of cancer in order to find new ways to prevent and treat the disease.
6th Barossa Meeting November 20-23, 2013
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Professor Sharad Kumar co-director of the CCB is the winner of the Lemberg Medal 2013
28th February 2013
The Lemberg Medal is the highest honour awarded by the Australian Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (ASBMB) to members. Professor Kumar will be presented his medal at ......
Dr Michael Samuel awarded a Future Fellowship
15th August 2012
Dr Michael Samuel awarded a Future Fellowship. The CCB is proud to note that one of its Florey Fellow has been awarded a Future Fellowship for 4 years. Dr Samuel's project is directed at understanding the role of Rho in......
CCB Researchers awarded new Cancer and Diabetes grants
20th April 2012
Dr Cameron Bracken and Prof Greg Goodall have been awarded a 3-year grant by the Association for International Cancer Research (AICR) to study the global response of microRNA target genes in epithelial-mesenchymal transition. Dr Yeesim Khew-Goodall has also been awarded a 1-year grant from ......
Clifford Prize for Cancer Research was awarded to Vishva Dixit at the 5th Barossa Meeting
30th November 2011
The Clifford Prize for Cancer Research was awarded to Dr Vishva Dixit for his pioneering work on the machinery of cell death, which has dramatically altered our understanding of the molecular events required for programmed cell death and......
CCB wins 16 new NHMRC Project grants and 3 Fellowships
17th October 2011
Researchers from the Centre for Cancer Biology have been awarded $9.6 million in new NHMRC Project Grants in the 2012 round as announced this morning. The project grant funding to......
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