ACRF research grants 2019


We congratulate Professor Michelle Haber, Children’s Cancer Institute Sydney, as a deserving recipient of the 2019 ACRF annual grant for her ground breaking programme incorporating the liquid biopsy.

Reducing the devastating impact of cancer treatment on children 

The current precision medicine treatment recommendations for children are based on an invasive and often painful procedure – tissue biopsy.

The $3.5 Million grant will fund next-generation sequencing technology to develop highly sensitive and minimally-invasive tests for children with cancer- using blood and body fluid samples.

This technology has the potential to benefit paediatric sarcoma patients nationally, and CRBF will be partnering in this exciting initiative over a three year period, to provide a dedicated sarcoma researcher, to work in tandem with this initiative.  The programme is the work of Dr Emmy Fleuren, who has incepted the sarcoma specific Phosphoproteomic study, and will work in tandem with the work of Professor Haber, in the area of liquid biospsy.

 

Read more about the liquid biopsy programme

The ACRF Child Cancer Liquid Biopsy Program

 

Cooper Rice-Brading Foundation, Research

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