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    Infrastructure: Making the identification of new cancer treatments possible

    Professor Neil Dear

    Our research

    We have established various types of imaging technology to support research into tumour initiation, progression and treatment. We hope to use our imaging facilities to identify and test new therapies for a variety of cancer types.

    What we aim to achieve

    This project aims to identify new cancer therapies.

    My message to supporters 

    Identifying new drugs and reliable testing of those drugs is a long and difficult process. The state-of-the-art equipment we now have as a result of the Cancer Council Beat Cancer Project funding, will afford us high quality and reliable methods to identify new anti-cancer drugs.

    Our next steps and milestones

    Our next step is to test these treatments in animal models.

    What motivates me

    The chance to save lives.

     


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