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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

Mar 05, 2015 - Mar 08, 2015 ENDO 2015
San Diego Convention Center, USA
Mar 06, 2015 Centre of Research Excellence in Telehealth Forum
Room 2060, Translational Research Institute, Brisbane, Australia
Mar 24, 2015 BDHP Circulating Tumour Cell Symposium
Translational Research Institute Auditorium
Apr 11, 2015 - Apr 14, 2015 USANZ Annual Scientific Meeting
Adelaide Convention Centre, Australia
Apr 29, 2015 - May 01, 2015 1st Australian Cancer and Metabolism Meeting
Garvan Institute of Medical Research, Sydney


Jan 15, 2015 QUT is offering 2 research capacity building 5 year professorial appointments in Cancer Biology and Molecular Medicine

QUT is a highly successful, energetic and innovative university that is backing its aspirations with a significant investment in people, state-of-art infrastructure and collaborative work environments. More >

Jan 05, 2015 Funding flows for Dr Brett Hollier and Dr Brian Tse

Two APCRC-Q researchers, Dr Brett Hollier and Dr Brian Tse, recently enjoyed funding success. More >

Dec 22, 2014 Cancer Council Queensland Award Trifecta

Professor Colleen Nelson, Executive Director of APCRC-Q, was awarded a Cancer Council Queensland Research Project Grant for her project entitled: Development of YB-1 as a therapeutic target in advanced prostate cancer. More >

Dec 17, 2014 APCRC-Q PhD students enjoy funding success

APCRC-Q PhD candidates, Mr Kai Dun Tang, and Ms Ash Upadhyaya recently received funding to assist them with their studies. More >

Nov 28, 2014 International Poster Prizes for APCRC-Q Researchers

APCRCQ Researchers, Dr Jyotsna Batra, Dr Carolina Soekmadji and Ms Nataly Stylianou were recipients of International Prizes for posters outlining their research in 2014. More >