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World Pancreatic Cancer Day

This World Pancreatic Cancer Day, we’re highlighting some of the many UNSW Sydney researchers working to improve patient outcomes.

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There's no reason for men to give up dairy despite a recent study linking it to prostate cancer.

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UNSW researchers have taken out five NSW Premier’s Prizes for Science & Engineering for works spanning from ecosystem conservation to pancreatic cancer treatment. 

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UNSW Medicine Professor and SHARP hire Claire Wakefield is all about listening to and acting on others’ needs – whether it’s a family with a sick child, or an early-career researcher in need of leadership mentoring.

Associate Professor Tracey O’Brien

Paediatric oncologist Associate Professor Tracey O’Brien has been recognised at the AFR Women of Influence Awards for her contributions to innovation in healthcare.

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As a vibrant research field, biophotonics is exciting researchers the world over. Its primary goal? To create non-invasive, fast and effective ways to diagnose and treat disease.

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UNSW medical researchers have shown how a biomarker could help doctors more accurately diagnose one of the rarest types of ovarian cancer.

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Professor John Whitelock is improving the smarts of antibodies and sending them into the extracellular area to outwit those clever cancer cells.

3 Minute Thesis 2019

Nanomedicine presentation earns PhD candidate John Kokkinos top prize at UNSW 3MT grand final.

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Professor Martina Stenzel is the first woman in almost 90 years to be awarded the Royal Society of NSW's Liversidge Medal. 

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