APCRC-Q has been busy during the month of Movember rallying our Mo Bros and Mo Sistas to raise funds to support men's health.
A recent paper in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute (JNCI) revealed new therapeutic options for prostate cancer treatment.
Australian Prostate Cancer Research Centre - Queensland receives $6.2m funding from the Australian Government
The Australian Prostate Cancer Research Centre - Queensland (APCRC-Q) will receive $6.2 million in funding from the Australian Government over the next four years as part of a broader Australian Government initiative to extend the network of dedicated prostate cancer research centres across Australia.
Prostate Cancer Canada (PCC) is pleased to offer travel awards to attend the 2013 Australian-Canadian Prostate Cancer Research Alliance (Aus-CanPCRA) Symposium.
The US Department of Defense has announced $80 million in funding for the DoD Prostate Cancer Research Program to support innovative, high-impact prostate cancer research.
Alliance members, Prof Judith Clements, Dr Jyotsna Batra and PhD student Srilakshmi Srinivasan, recently contributed to a genetic variation study that was published in Nature Genetics. The publication identified more than 80 genetic variations that can increase a person's risk of prostate, breast, and ovarian cancers.
Save the Date – August 14 – 17, 2013
A new free i-phone App will be released tomorrow on the Apple App Store, specifically designed to assist men with advanced prostate cancer.
Movember's Global Action Plan (GAP) prostate cancer biomarker initiative
2012 marks the 10th anniversary of the Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia's Community Attitudes Survey. In this report they highlight the key results of this year's survey, based on the latest available figures from the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare.
Friday 14th September, Movember announced the second project funded under its Global Action Plan (GAP) program.
Movember started with a conversation between mates and so there’s a nice synergy to the fact that, today, it’s conversation that is central to everything we do; it’s just a bigger conversation.
Dr Patrick Ling of the Australian-Canadian Prostate Cancer Research Alliance and the Australian Prostate Cancer Research Centre - Queensland recently had great success in a research conference held in Japan.
$6.25 million collaborative network to improve the lives of men living with prostate cancer.
"The kallikrein 14 gene is down-regulated by androgen receptor signalling and harbours genetic variation that is associated with prostate tumour aggressiveness" receives publication in an international journal.
The Australian Prostate Cancer Research Centre - Queensland, the Australian Hub for the Australian-Canadian Prostate Cancer Research Alliance, has welcomed four Canadian Co-op students for a work placement.
Spaces are limited for the annual Symposium to be held in North Queensland's Daydream Island from Friday 13th to Monday 16th April 2012.
Wrapping up the 2012 Symposium with presenters, feedback and collaborations.
Dr Jeff Holst of the Australian Canadian Prostate Cancer Research Alliance (Aus-CanPCRA) is pleased to announce the publication of his research in the prestigious Cancer Research Journal. The publication is entitled, “Androgen receptor and nutrient signalling pathways coordinate the demand for increased amino acid transport in prostate cancer progression,” and was the top story in the recent Prostate Cell News e-newsletter.
Dr Patrick Ling, Vice Chancellor Fellow at the Australian Prostate Cancer Research Centre (APCRC-Q) and member of the Australian-Canadian Prostate Cancer Research Alliance, was delighted to hear that he has been awarded two National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) project grants NHMRC grants are highly competitive and this is an outstanding achievement that speaks to the promise of this talented young investigator.