Breast Cancer in Australia: the next 10 years

1 October 2013

Breast Cancer in Australia: the next 10 years
A think tank bringing the experts together to define key questions and determine strategy

This one-day symposium is hosted by the Cancer Research Network and the Breast Cancer Special Interest Group. The aim of this event is to bring multidisciplinary experts together to define 2-3 key questions in breast cancer in Australia and beyond, and determine research strategy for the next decade.

The program will be led by two eminent cancer researchers:

  • Prof Robert Smith - Senior Director, Cancer Screening, American Cancer Society
  • Prof John Hopper - Director (Research), Centre for Molecular, Environmental, Genetic and Analytic Epidemiology, The University of Melbourne

They will be joined by local and interstate researchers, policy makers, consumers and government representatives to discuss and identify the future direction of multi-disciplinary breast cancer research.

All breast cancer researchers are welcome. Registration is free, but essential to by Thursday, 24 September 2013 for catering purposes

Time: 9.00am - 5.00pm

Location: Lecture theatre S102, Cumberland Campus, The University of Sydney, 75 East Street, Lidcombe

Cost: Registration is free, but essential

Contact: Merilyn Heuschkel

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