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Jun 30, 2022 11:43 AM

ACRF INCITe Centre for world-class cancer imaging launches a...

The new ACRF INCITe Centre provides world-leading microscope technology for unprecedented views of cancer and immune cell interactions, a game-changer for cancer research

Mar 03, 2022 12:05 PM

US Defense Department backs breast cancer research

A Garvan project to explore a potential new approach to treating fibrosis in breast cancer has been awarded a grant from the US Department of Defense.

Feb 17, 2022 02:58 PM

Funding boost to Garvan’s pancreatic cancer research

PanKind foundation supports new study to improve immunotherapy outcomes in pancreatic cancer.

MEDIA RELEASE: Sep 30, 2021 07:53 AM

Pancreatic cancer ‘priming’ may make chemotherapy more effec...

By putting a stop to the cancer environment’s communication with pancreatic cancer cells, research may improve efficiency of chemotherapy for patients.

MEDIA RELEASE: Sep 21, 2021 08:02 AM

Advanced imaging reveals breast cancer’s Achilles’ heel

Breast cancer cells activate the molecule Rac1 to help them metastasise around the body, live imaging of tumours has revealed. Targeting Rac1 may improve outcomes for patients.

May 25, 2021 08:06 AM

Cancer Council NSW grants for Garvan researchers

Four Garvan researchers have been awarded project grants from Cancer Council NSW to explore innovative new frontiers in cancer research.

May 11, 2021 08:06 AM

New funding to progress breast cancer research

The National Breast Cancer Foundation has awarded five research grants to Garvan researchers.

MEDIA RELEASE: Feb 25, 2021 08:06 AM

Pancreatic cancer clinical trial program to target genome an...

Garvan and UNSW Sydney researchers will establish and lead an innovative pancreatic cancer clinical trial program, thanks to a $3.75 million grant from the Cancer Institute NSW.

MEDIA RELEASE: Nov 12, 2020 06:00 PM

Innovative research centre to image ‘dark space’ of cancer

The ACRF INCITe Centre will enable researchers to see immune cells and molecules move and interact below the surface of tumours and deep inside tissues.

MEDIA RELEASE: Aug 13, 2019 08:05 AM

Key to targeting the spread of pancreatic cancer

Targeting the tissue around pancreatic cancer cells may be the key to stopping their spread and improving chemotherapy outcomes.

Aug 05, 2018 11:19 PM

Calming the troubled seas of microscopy

A new open-source software tool – known as Galene – is set to transform how we look at cells, in sickness and in health.

Jan 22, 2018 09:00 PM

Key support for Garvan’s cancer research in 2018 and beyond

Garvan researchers are thrilled to be among the recipients of grants in recently announced funding schemes from the National Breast Cancer Foundation and Cancer Australia. The funding will provide crucial support for a n...

MEDIA RELEASE: Nov 16, 2017 06:46 AM

Pancreatic cancer: Avner Foundation awards major grants to i...

On World Pancreatic Cancer Day, the Avner Pancreatic Cancer Foundation has awarded grants of over $900,000 to Garvan's pancreatic cancer researchers. The grants will support ambitious new research into the 'matrix' surro...

MEDIA RELEASE: Oct 06, 2017 05:00 AM

Biosensor mouse lights up health and disease

Garvan researchers have developed a biosensor mouse that gives a real-time readout of the rapidly changing ‘skeleton’ within cells. The researchers have watched cells respond dynamically to their surrounding environment ...

MEDIA RELEASE: Jan 06, 2016 04:00 AM

A “biosensor mouse” that can predict the spread of pancreati...

Scientists from Australia and the UK have created a “biosensor mouse”, enabling them to watch as pancreatic cancer cells begin to “unzip” from each other in real time – a signal that cells are on the verge of spreading f...

MEDIA RELEASE: Jun 12, 2013 02:05 PM

Nanotechnology helps track and improve drug action in pancre...

UK and Australian scientists have been able to show ways in which we can markedly improve drug targeting of solid tumours, using tiny ‘biosensors’ along with new advanced imaging techniques.