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Cancer-Related Research Seminar – 18th July

SWSR Seminar

You’re invited to attend a fantastic two-part cancer-related research seminar at the

Ingham Institute for Applied Medical Research!

Where: Level 1 Boardroom, Ingham Institute, 1-5 Campbell Street, Liverpool

When: Tuesday 18th July 12-1pm

NO RSVP required




Speaker One: Professor David Thomas, Head of Cancer Research at the Garvan Institute of Medical Research, Sydney.

Presentation Title: Genomic Cancer Medicine

Professor Thomas leads “OMICS into clinical practice’, one of the four areas of focus for the SPHERE Cancer Clinical Academic Group.





Speaker Two: Professor Christopher Heeschen, Centre for Stem Cells in Cancer and Ageing, Barts Centre Institute, London UK.

Presentation Title: Targeting the Achilles Heel of Pancreatic Cancer Stem Cells

Professor Heeschen is visiting Sydney from the Barts Cancer Institute in London. He currently collaborates with researchers within the network and interested in broadening this engagement