Resources

Resources

PUBLICATIONS

The Garvan Cancer Medicine Program
2017 publication
A Rural Perspective: Cancer and Medical Research
‘A Rural Perspective: Cancer and Medical Research’. Garvan Report 2016
Medical Research and Rural Health
'Medical Research and Rural Health' – Garvan Report 2015
Updates in sarcoma research
Updates in Rare cancers
Garvan senate submission 2017

VIDEOS

Insight: Cancer Breakthroughs – Gene Sequencing technology ... - SBS
Professor David Thomas shows Insight how the human genome sequencing works.
"Rare and neglected cancers: a common problem" by Professor David Thomas
Professor David Thomas is a cancer researcher and oncologist. He is the Head of the Cancer Division and Director of The Kinghorn Cancer Centre at the Garvan Institute of Medical Research.
Genomics in cancer research
Presented by Prof David Thomas. From Garvan's Genomics and the Revolution in Medical Research Seminar 2015
The Garvan strikes back
A short film inspired by the amazing new facilities available at The Kinghorn Cancer Centre.
Q&A Panel by Rare cancers Australia
Q&A Panel Facilitated by Sophie Scott at the 2015 Sick or Treat Sessions
Building the Kinghorn Cancer Centre
Incredible time-lapse photography of the building of the state of the art Kinghorn Cancer Centre, a joint venture between the Garvan Institute & St Vincent's Hospital in Darlinghurst Sydney. The vision of The Kinghorn Cancer Centre is to realise the promise of innovative personalised medicine for people affected by cancer.
Genomics in Cancer Research
"Genomics in Cancer Research" by Prof David Thomas - 2016
What is the genomic cancer medicine program?
The Genomic Cancer Medicine Program is an innovative suite of clinical trials and studies that matches therapies with individuals on the basis of genomic information.
What is genomic medicine?
Genomic medicine is patient diagnosis and treatment based on information about a person’s entire DNA sequence.
Garvan's Genomic Cancer Medicine Program
The Genomic Cancer Medicine Program is an innovative suite of clinical trials and studies that matches therapies with individuals on the basis of genomic information.

NEWS

Ground breaking trial brings personalised treatments to those with rare cancers
Garvan's Genomic Cancer Medicine Program, launched today by The Hon. Brad Hazzard, uses genomic medicine to match therapies, prevention and screening methods with rare cancer patients based on their genetic information.
Weizmann, Garvan at epicentre of science
DreamLab Is The App That Helps Cure Cancer While You Sleep
Patients with rare cancers fight for more research, funding, support
Researchers uncover complex genetic secrets of cancer risk
Complex genetic secrets of cancer risk uncovered
Cancer's 'Frankenstein' DNA mystery solved
ABC online by Dani Cooper
The 'Frankenstein' DNA Of Cancer Cells
Article by the Asian Scientist 2014
Australian scientists make breakthrough in sarcoma cancer research
Mystery of 'Frankenstein' DNA solved