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All the latest news from the APCRC – Q, plus the prostate cancer research industry can be found below.
APCRC-Q Joins the Fight

APCRC-Q Joins the Fight

APCRC-Q once again took part in Movember with an online team, morning tea and miscellaneous donations.

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Mourning the Mo's

Mourning the Mo's

The wrap-up of Movember 2011 saw members of the APCRC-Q and the University of Queensland (UQ), come together to raise funds with a "Mourning the Mo's" morning tea.

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Rodeo Raises Funds

Rodeo Raises Funds

Movember has struck a chord around the world with the Queensland Working Cow Horse Club’s (QWCHC) 22nd November Event proving no exception.

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Collaboration and Exhibition Success for APCRC-Q

Collaboration and Exhibition Success for APCRC-Q

Professor Colleen Nelson and Dr Patrick Ling, both representing The Australian Prostate Cancer Research Centre – Queensland (APCRC-Q) and the Australian Canadian Prostate Cancer Research Alliance (AusCanPCRA), recently attended the reputable ICMAN5 conference. These two leaders in the field of prostate cancer exhibited some of their current research at the event that ran from the 13th to the 15th of October 2011.

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BBQ for Prostate Cancer Awareness Month

APCRC-Q are hosting 2 barbecues at the PA Hospital in September to raise funds for Prostate Cancer Awareness month.

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Prestigious Department of Defense Grant Awarded to APCRC–Q’s Dr Carolina Soekmadji

Prestigious Department of Defense Grant Awarded to APCRC–Q’s Dr Carolina Soekmadji

Dr Carolina Soekmadji, Postdoctoral Fellow at the Australian Prostate Cancer Research Centre (APCRC-Q), has been awarded a highly competitive and prestigious Department of Defense FY11 Prostate Cancer Postdoctoral Training Award.

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APCRC–Q’s Dr Patrick Ling awarded TWO highly-competitive NHMRC project Grants

APCRC–Q’s Dr Patrick Ling awarded TWO highly-competitive NHMRC project Grants

Dr Patrick Ling, Vice Chancellor Fellow at the Australian Prostate Cancer Research Centre (APCRC-Q), was delighted to hear that he has been awarded two National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) project grants.

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APCRC-Q Movember Team 2011

Join our Movember team and invite your family and friends!

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October 2011 Newsletter

Welcome to the October newsletter for 2011. It’s packed with news and events to keep you up to date on all that’s happening at our busy centre.

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APCRC-Q & QUT supporting Blue September

APCRC-Q & QUT supporting Blue September

APCRC-Q held 2 fundraising barbecues at the Princess Alexandra Hospital for Prostate Cancer Awareness Month. QUT turned the cube on top of Z Block Gardens Point blue for most of September.

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Movember Global Action Plan (GAP) Announced

Movember Global Action Plan (GAP) Announced

Working alongside a team of world class prostate cancer experts, the GAP aspires to accelerate key outcomes in prostate cancer research, by facilitating global research collaboration projects.

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Record Movember Year

Record Movember Year

Movember has reported a record year for 2010.

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APCRC - Q Researchers Win NHMRC Grant Funding

APCRC - Q Researchers Win NHMRC Grant Funding

Several APCRC - Q researchers have been successful in the recent National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) grant round.

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APCRC - Q Researchers Win ARC Discovery and Linkage Project Grant

APCRC - Q Researchers Win ARC Discovery and Linkage Project Grant

APCRC - Q Profs Pamela Russell, Dietmar W. Hutmacher, and Judith Clements have been part of a successful grant bid.

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Official TRI Launch

Official TRI Launch

Construction of Translational Research Institute officially began yesterday at the Princess Alexandra Hospital.

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Dr Ian Vela finds Potential New Target for Metastatic Prostate Cancer

Discovery by: Drs Ian Vela, Colleen Nelson and Judith A. Clements (APCRC - Q); Drs Colm Morrissey, Eva Corey and Robert L. Vessella; Dr Edith M. Gardiner

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APCRC - Q part of New Gamma-Tocotrienol Study

APCRC - Q part of New Gamma-Tocotrienol Study

The Australian Prostate Cancer Research Centre - Queensland, the University of Hong Kong, and Davos researchers have found that gamma-tocotrienol is potent in killing prostate cancer stem cells.

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APCRC - Q Researcher Wins PCFA Award

APCRC - Q Researcher Wins PCFA Award

Professor Pamela Russell received the inaugural Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia Prize and Lecture for Outstanding Excellence in Prostate Cancer Research Award last night.

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APCRC - Q to co-host first CellSearch CTC System in Australasia

APCRC - Q to co-host first CellSearch CTC System in Australasia

A brand new CellSearch circulating tumour cell (CTC) test system has arrived at Brisbane's Princess Alexandra Hospital.

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