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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

Oct 04, 2015 - Oct 08, 2015 Proteolysis Conference IPS 2015
Penang, Malaysia
Oct 07, 2015 - Oct 09, 2015 AusBiotech National Conference
Melbourne Convention Centre, Australia
Oct 11, 2015 - Oct 14, 2015 TEMTIA-VII
Pullman Hotel, Melbourne, Australia
Oct 15, 2015 - Oct 18, 2015 35th Congress of the Societe Internationale d'Urologie (SIU)
Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre
Nov 17, 2015 - Nov 19, 2015 COSA 42nd Annual Scientific Meeting
Hotel Grand Chancellor, Hobart, Australia


Jun 29, 2015 PhD Opportunity at APCRC-Q

Discovery of extracellular vesicle lipid biomarker for prostate cancer More >

Jun 15, 2015 APCRC-Q Supports PA MANdate Men's Health Initiative

To coincide with International Men’s Health Week (15 – 21 June 2015), APCRC-Q is supporting the PA Research Foundation’s PA MANdate Men’s Health Initiative More >

Jun 03, 2015 40 QUT positions for tomorrow's research and academic leaders - Early Career Academic Recruitment and Development Program (ECARD) & QUT Vice-Chancellor’s Research Fellowship (VCRF)

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

May 29, 2015 Dual successes for APCRC-Q PhD student, Claire Levrier

It has been an impressive month for APCRC-Q PhD student, Claire Levrier, who was recently awarded two exciting accolades. More >

Apr 02, 2015 Australian Prostate Cancer Bio Resource (APCB) receives funding from “It’s A Bloke Thing” Foundation and Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia

The Australian Prostate Cancer Bio-Resource (APCB), led by APCRC-Q’s Scientific Director, Distinguished Professor Judith Clements, recently received a $200,000 contribution from the Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia (PCFA) and the It's A Bloke Thing Foundation (IABTF). More >