Collaborative programs

Garvan is involved in a number of collaborative programs with scientific and medical institutes from all over the world.

 

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ProMis – Prostate Cancer Metastasis

ProMis (Prostate Cancer Metastasis) research uniquely brings together researchers from different backgrounds to collectively understand and tackle the mechanisms responsible for metastatic prostate cancer.

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Clinical Immunogenomics Research Consortium Australia

The Clinical Immunogenomics Research Consortium Australia (CIRCA) is a multi-centre collaboration that aims to understand how genetic mutation can underlie immunological diseases in individual patients.

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Functional Genomics of Type 1 Diabetes Complications

Associate Prof. Shane Grey and a team of collaborators are studying the genes and factors that lead to complications of Type 1 Diabetes, such as kidney failure or hypoglycaemic unawareness.

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Hope Research – Autoimmune Disease

Hope is a radical program to understand autoimmune disease. Our researchers think there may be a common cause underlying type 1 diabetes, multiple sclerosis, lupus and rheumatoid arthritis.

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Genome Power

Genome Power is a program that will sequence the genomes of 400 kids with high-risk and aggressive cancers. This data will help doctors identify better and more targeted treatments.

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Exceptional Responders

Exceptional Responders Program

A collaborative study of exceptional responders to cancer treatment — and using this knowledge to help others.

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