VCCC alliance members, collaborators and supporters hold events (including seminars, professional development and training) throughout the year. If you would like to be notified of events on a regular basis, subscribe to our mailing list.
Translational genomics research of rare and diagnostically challenging cancers
Dr Richard Tothill, Group Lead of the Rare Disease Oncogenomics (RADIO) Laboratory of The University of Melbourne will provide an overview of the RADIO Lab and highlight some of the most exciting work currently underway.
TROG Cancer Research 31st Annual Scientific Meeting
The 2019 ASM will host a number of internationally renowned guest speakers alongside key TROG researchers. A full program will be presented, including four days of collaborative workshops, scientific sessions showcasing radiation oncology clinical trials, discussion of new clinical trials, future research directions and other research developments.
Premier imaging and treatment conference specifically designed for breast imaging specialists involved in the early detection and treatment of breast disease. The meeting brings together international and local experts from all the sub-specialties involved in breast disease management.
Monday Lunch Live with Professor Suzanne Garland AO
Research into the effectiveness of the HPV vaccine has shown than there has been a dramatic decline in the rates of human papillomavirus, the infection that causes about 99.9 per cent of cervical cancers. Because of the vaccine’s success, the International Papillomavirus Society has stated that cervical cancer could soon be eliminated as a public health problem.
Facilitated by Professor Andrew Roberts and Associate Professor Andrew Wei, with special guest Prof Bob Löwenberg, AML in 2019 and beyond is a full day scientific symposium sponsored by the Australasian Leukaemia and Lymphoma Group (ALLG) and the the VCCC.
Monday Lunch Live with Dr Elise C. Kohn - Penny Taylor Oration 2019
Please join us for a special Monday Lunch Live event - presenting the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre 2019 Penny Taylor Oration – a community forum that aims to build understanding, awareness and action on ovarian cancer.
Primary Care Collaborative Cancer Clinical Trials Group
PC4 Scientific Symposium
A multidisciplinary meeting with invited speakers to cover the primary care spectrum of cancer research. The symposium will cover cancer prevention and diagnosis, survivorship, cancer palliative care and designing successful survivorship trials.
A broad range of Australian and international experts cutting edge design and conduct of clinical trials, data and registry custodianship, healthcare funding, policy and regulation, healthcare service delivery, health information technology, health economics, and patient advocacy.