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[L to R] Prof Anna Nowak, DVC-R (UWA), Prof Jonas Nilsson, Prof Archa Fox, The Hon Stephen Dawson, Minister for Medical Research & Peter Mansell, Chairman CRT

UWA’s Leading Cancer Researchers Awarded $15.5m

The Cancer Research Trust (CRT) is very pleased to announce that the successful applicants for the 2023 CRT WA Collaborative Cancer Research Grants are: Professor Archa Fox, Chief Investigator, for her “Australian Centre for RNA Therapeutics in Cancer” program Professor Jonas Nilsson and Associate Professor Elin Gray, Co-Chief Investigators of their “Establishing TIL Therapy for […]

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Building Capacity and Innovation in WA’s Cancer Research Community

The Collaborative Cancer Grant Scheme (CCGS) was developed by the Cancer Council WA in 2016 as a new funding initiative and has, in partnership with leading Western Australian institutions, awarded $1,121,471 to successful recipients over four funding rounds. The CRT is proud to have contributed to the Collaborative Cancer Grant Scheme in 2021. In 2021, this

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The CRT 2022/23 Collaborative Cancer Research Grant “The Grant” Call for Expressions of Interest (EOI)

Submission of EOI closes on Wednesday 30 November 2022. The Cancer Research Trust (CRT) has established The Grant to support, energise and fund collaborative and innovative cancer research in Western Australia. The Grant will provide support for teams of high calibre researchers to pursue broad based, multi-disciplinary cancer activities, to increase the inter-institutional collaboration of

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Australian Cancer Research Foundation (ACRF)

Australian Cancer Research Foundation (ACRF) MOU Renewed

On 1 July 2019, a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the Australian Cancer Research Foundation (ACRF) and the Cancer Research Trust (CRT) was signed, setting forth the terms and understanding to further enhance cancer research capacity in Western Australia and increase the coordination by cancer research funders.  This cooperation is in the form of the

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Professor Alistair Forrest

Funding Extended for “Enabling Advanced Single Cell Cancer Genomics in WA” Project for Another 4 Years

The Cancer Research Trust is very pleased to announce that, following a very favourable review by a panel of internationally renowned cancer researchers of the first five years of Professor Alistair Forrest’s “Enabling Advance Single Cell Cancer Genomics in WA” project, the CRT WA Collaborative Cancer Research Grant funding of this project first awarded in

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Associate Professor Nina Tirnitz-Parker (L) and Professor Peter Leedman (R)

Boost For Liver Cancer Patients With New $10.8 Million World-Class Research Centre

The Cancer Research Trust (CRT) is very pleased to announce that the successful applicants for the 2020 CRT WA Collaborative Cancer Research Grant are Professor Peter Leedman and Associate Professor Nina Tirnitz-Parker, Co-Chief Investigators of their “Defeating Primary Live Cancer” application. Further information can be found on the project summary page and in the following

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[L to R] Professor Alistair Forrest, the Hon Roger Cook, Professor Christobel Saunders and Mr Peter Mansell

UWA’s Leading Cancer Researchers Awarded $18 Million

World-leading cancer research projects led by The University of Western Australia have today received a boost with $18 million in funding from the Cancer Research Trust and other partners. The projects, led by Professor Christobel Saunders and Professor Alistair Forrest, span the spectrum of research that will have a direct and immediate impact on clinical

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