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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.
Professor Angel Lopez has been elected a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Science
26th March 2014
Election to the fellowship is one of the most significant honour for a scientist in Australia. Professor Lopez has been recognised for his research on cytokines and growth factors and how ......
The CCB wins $6.67 million NHMRC Program grant to lead fight against leukaemia
18th February 2014
Led by Professor Angel Lopez, the research is designed to track down the mechanisms that control blood cell formation and how cell abnormalities play a part in the progression of the disease, and its return post remission.
Professor Kumar awarded the 2013 FAOBMB Research Excellence Award
18th December 2013
At a special symposium of the Federation of Asian and Oceanian Biochemists and Molecular Biologists (FAOBMB) held in Singapore Professor Sharad Kumar was presented the prestigious annual FAOBMB Research Excellence Award......
6th Barossa Meeting November 20-23, 2013
25th November 2013
The 6th Barossa Meeting concluded on Saturday with a high power session in what was a stellar program of outstanding international and national speakers. A fully-booked meeting the participants were treated to a scientific feast that covered the latest cancer discoveries......
NHMRC and ARC successes for the CCB
8th November 2013
The CCB was the recipient of 9 grants with a total value of $5,939,942in the recent NHMRC Grant round. With a the success rate was of 32% (about twice the national average) it was particularly......
Postgraduate Projects 2014
25th September 2013
The CCB aims to be a hub of internationally recognised cancer research excellence, achieving tangible outcomes for cancer patients. A key platform within this goal is to foster high quality postgraduate studies ......