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That's a wrap - Sydney Catalyst International Translational Cancer Research Symposium

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DATE
08 October 2019

The biennial Sydney Catalyst International Translational Cancer Research Symposium was held at the Garvan Institute of Medical Research last month. We had a fantastic turnout with very positive feedback about the range of engaging presentations on offer.

 

Our invited keynote speakers really impressed, delivering a wealth of knowledge, research and discovery and opening up the conversation across the translational spectrum:

 

 

One particular program highlight was our special guest, Anton Enus, who shared his experience about his bowel cancer diagnosis; his post-treatment challenges and new normal. A consumer perspective is always an important reminder of the end goal for our researchers.

 

Almost thirty people proudly shared their research in our poster viewing sessions where networking and collaboration were top of mind.

 

Professor Derek Raghavan, all the way from South Carolina, led a lively panel discussion onPersonalised Medicine - Is it living up to the hype?

 

Congratulations to all the prize winners! We can't wait to hear about your next exciting discoveries:

 

  • Best Oral Presentation: Dr Helen McGuire
  • Best Rapid Fire Presentation Session 1: Dr Holly Holiday
  • Best Rapid Fire Presentation Session 2: Nicci Bartley
  • Best Poster T1T2: Dr Megan Crumbaker
  • Best Poster T2T3: Peey Sei Kok
  • Best Virtual Poster: Thomas Johnson

 

We would also like to send a big congratulations to all of our oral presenters. Without you the day would not have been such a success. Log in to your member profile to listen to the keynote presentations.

 

Finally, thank you to the Organising Committee, chaired by Dr Claudia Rutherford and A/Professor Anthony Joshua, for bringing the event to fruition.

After the success of this year's event we are already looking forward to the next one!

 

Check out #SydCatInternational19 on Twitter for all the event insights!

 

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