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St Vincent’s Centre for Applied Medical Research (AMR) is pleased to announce the establishment of a core facility on the Darlinghurst Campus to provide biostatistics and clinical trials design advice to our research community.
St Vincent's Research Campus was thrilled to welcome The Hon. Brad Hazzard to tour the labs and meet with our scientists. The visit provided an excellent opportunity for the Minister to officially launch www.svrc.one, providing an insight to the Campus' research activities and collaborations across St Vincent's, Victor Chang and the Garvan, with a focus on translating research into improved clinical outcomes for patients.
‘Tumour-trained’ immune cells – which have the potential to kill cancer cells – have been seen moving from one tumour to another for the first time. The new findings, which were uncovered by scientists at Sydney’s Garvan Institute of Medical Research, shed light on how immune therapies for cancer might work, and suggest new approaches to developing anti-cancer immune therapies.