UMCCR investigator, Associate Professor Oliver Hofmann, is part of a new global 'learning health system' that will enable researchers to share genome sequencing data to investigate and diagnose genetic disorders, and ultimately pave the way for equitable delivery of genomic medicine.
Although technology may have changed the role of nurses, what they do for cancer care is more important than ever. By Professor Meinir Krishnasamy, inaugural Chair in Cancer Nursing at the University of Melbourne.
The Li Ka Shing Foundation will donate US$3 million (A$3.75 million) to a team of University of Melbourne researchers, working to turn cancer into a manageable chronic disease.
University of Melbourne researchers are leading a new effort to use genomics and personalised medicine against some of the most lethal cancers
Scientists uncover the genetic script that drives pancreatic tumours, opening the door on new personalised treatments for a deadly disease.
Professor Sean Grimmond is bringing groundbreaking genome-directed cancer research into the clinical space to change the way we treat cancer.
By Jon Emery : Professor of Primary Care Cancer Research, University of Melbourne