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Sydney Catalyst Podcast Series

Sydney Catalyst is excited to announce the launch of a new podcast series, "Cataysis", discussing important issues in the cancer space, from the controversial to the common sense.
 
Over the rest of the year we will be discussing diverse issues such as challenges of cancer care in regional Australia, nutrition and exercise, and cannabinoids and cancer.

If you have a topic you are passionate about and want to share with the rest of the Sydney Catalyst community, get in touch - we would love to chat with you. You can email us at  SydneyCatalyst@ctc.usyd.edu.au or call Ellen on (02) 9562 5633.

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EPISODE 1: FEAT PROF
JOHN SIMES &
MICHAEL BOYER
 |  episode 2: feat
prof phyllis butow
& phil hogg
 |  episode 3:
LIVE FROM THE
PG&ECR SYMPOSIUM

 

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episode 4: If exercise
was a pill
feat Dr lindsey reece

 |  EPISODE 5: coming soon  |  episode 6: coming soon

 


 

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Role
Catalysis - Episode 1 feat Profs John Simes & Michael Boyer
Catalysis - Episode 1 feat Profs John Simes & Michael Boyer
To launch the series, Program Coordinator, Ellen Brodie sat down with outgoing Sydney Catalyst Director Professor John Simes and his thoughts on the evolution of Sydney Catalyst over the last ...
Catalysis - Episode 4 feat Lindsey Reece
Catalysis - Episode 4 feat Lindsey Reece
This episode, I chatted with Lindsey Reece. Lindsey is director of the SPRINTER research team working in partnership across the University of Sydney and the Office of Sport within the NSW Gove...
Catalysis - Episode 2 feat Profs Phyllis Butow & Phil Hogg
Catalysis - Episode 2 feat Profs Phyllis Butow & Phil Hogg
This week, Phyllis Butow and Phil Hogg sat down to chat about translational research and finding your niche.  
Catalysis - Episode 3
Catalysis - Episode 3
This month I chatted with members at our annual Postgraduate and Early Career Researcher Symposium and recorded the thoughts, insights and advice from our esteemed panel. You can read m...