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The Australian Prostate Cancer Research Centre – Queensland is an integrated, trandisciplinary, and comprehensive prostate cancer research centre. Based in Brisbane, the APCRC – Q is a joint venture between the Queensland University of Technology and the Princess Alexandra Hospital.

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Upcoming Events

May 31, 2016 eHealth Queensland Expo
Royal International Convention Centre (RNA Showgrounds) Brisbane
Jun 01, 2016 2016 ASMR Medical Research Week
Translational Research Institute (TRI)
Jun 03, 2016 - Jun 07, 2016 ASCO Annual Meeting 2016
McCormick Place, Chicago, USA
Jun 06, 2016 - Jun 09, 2016 2016 BIO International Convention
San Francisco CA
Jun 16, 2016 ASMR Dinner with a Scientist
Heritage Room, Story Bridge Hotel, Level 1, 200 Main Street Kangaroo Point QLD 4169

APCRC-Q News

Jan 19, 2016 PARSS and PCFA Funding Awarded to APCRC-Q Investigators

Four APCRC-Q researchers were recently awarded funding for their research in 2016 More >

Dec 04, 2015 APCRC-Q Researchers awarded NHMRC and Cancer Council Queensland Grant Funding

APCRC-Q researchers have been awarded over $1.6 million in recent grant announcements. Professor Colleen Nelson and Dr Michael Doran each recently received highly sought-after National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) Project Grants. DProf Judith Clements received an extension on her NHMRC Fellowship, and Prof Lisa Chopin has also been awarded a Cancer Council Queensland grant. More >

Nov 06, 2015 Dr Ian Vela receives a 2015 Movember Clinician Scientist Award

APCRC-Q Urologic Oncologist and Senior Research Fellow Dr Ian Vela is one of only two clinician scientists across the country to receive a 2015 Movember Clinician Scientist Award. More >

Oct 29, 2015 Dr Ian Vela awarded the 2015 TOLMAR ANZUP Uro-Oncology Clinical Research Fellowship

APCRC-Q Urologic Oncologist and Senior Research Fellow Dr Ian Vela was awarded the prestigious TOLMAR ANZUP Uro-Oncology Clinical Research Fellowship (CRF) for his project which aims to implement ground breaking technology, which will allow in vitro growth of metastatic prostate cancer and circulating tumour cells. More >

Oct 16, 2015 APCRC-Q Researchers shine at TEMTIA 2015

Nataly Stilyanou, and Arutha Kalushinge won awards at The Epithelial-Mesenchymal Transition International Association (TEMTIA) VII International EMT Meetingheld in Melbourne in October 2015 More >