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Zeyad Nassar has also been awarded funding from Cure Cancer Australia for 2019.
Maggie Centenera and Zeyad Nassar have both been successful in the latest round of funding from the University of Adelaide Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences Emerging Leadership Mentored Development Program.
We are pleased to announce that our Lipids and Prostate Cancer program, funded by Movember and the Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia, has been extended for a further 2 years until the end of 2020.
Lisa Butler is part of a team that has been awarded $2.5 million in funding from the Australian Cancer Research Foundation for the Centre for Integrated Cancer Systems Biology.
This year we again joined forces with our collaborators around Australia to raise money for Movember, who fund our Lipids and Prostate Cancer program.
Final year Bachelor of Science (Biotechnology) student Suraiya Onesha has joined our group for 6 weeks over the Summer period to hone her technical and research skills.
Xander Spotbeen from KU Leuven in Belgium returned to our laboratory for a 3 week visit during November and December.
Originally from Ghana, Josephine commenced her PhD with us in March following completion of her Masters at Mie University in Japan.
Terence Tieu, PhD student at Monash University in the laboratory of our collaborator Prof Nico Voelcker, visited the Prostate Cancer Research Group at SAHMRI for 2 weeks in November.
The PCRG has a new newsletter, which can be downloaded at the link below.