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Calling all childhood cancer survivors and their parents! Would you like to share your experiences coping through #COVID_19? This important study looks at the impact of #coronavirus on survivors. Let's make sure Australian families are well represented! 🇦🇺https://is.gd/COVIDandSurvivors

South Western Sydney has some excellent robotic surgery training facilities and recently our fantastic final year Medicine students have been exploring their aptitude for surgical training using part of the curriculum on the Mimic robotic surgery simulator at Liverpool #swsydunsw

GRANT: Less than 2 weeks until the deadline for our #ECR seed #grants.

Up to $25,000 over 6 months to progress the Cancer BIG Ideas: https://bit.ly/CancerBIGideas

The Chief Investigator must be an employee or affiliate of @UNSWMedicine. Apply now: https://bit.ly/2zpRvcY

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10X Genomics virtual Cancer symposium series

April 28 - May 2

The symposium will include presentations from leading scientists, as well as discussions on sample prep protocols and considerations. Alex Swarbrick (UNSW and Garvan), will present An integrated single cell and spatial atlas of localised breast cancer on 28 April. Click HERE for more information

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Postgraduate presentations WEBINAR ONLY

April 29 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm AEST

Join postgraduate candidates and supervisors for fortnightly webinars presenting their projects. Date: 29 April Time: 4 pm Speakers: Praveen Ravindran: Topic TBA.  Jarryd Buckley: Patient Rotation for Radiotherapy: Pitfalls and Promise. Tess Lai: Regulation of intron retention in innate immunity genes in response to LPS treatment. Candidates and supervisors can join the seminar using Zoom: https://unsw.zoom.us/j/808325819 Login from a videoconference unit: 808325819@113.197.7.80

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