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Over the 2023-24 summer, the South Australian immunoGENomics Cancer Institute (SAiGENCI) welcomed five Adelaide Summer Research Scholarship recipients. Each of the University of Adelaide undergraduate students spent six weeks working side-by-side with SAiGENCI researchers gaining valuable hands-on research experience and an insight into a career in science.
Visually celebrating our charismatic cohort of young leaders as they trailblaze through the breathtaking beach-side conference Lorne Genome 2024 – Australia’s premier genome conference! Congratulations to Dr Luke Isbel for the prestigious Lorne Genome Mid-Career Award, and a round of applause for Dr Adrienne Sullivan and Dr Qi Zhang for their stellar representation of SAiGENCI while out and about!
Tune in to Professor Jose Polo, SAiGENCI's Program Lead for Cancer Epigenetics, on The Stem Cell Podcast.
The David Beale PhD Supplementary Scholarship in Prostate Cancer Research was established in 2023 from a generous donation to the University of Adelaide from David Beale to support outstanding emerging researchers in better understanding the causes and exploring potential treatments and cures for prostate cancer.
The University of Adelaide, Adelaide Summer Research Scholarships have been created to provide undergraduate students with experience working within a research team and to encourage students to consider postgraduate study leading to a career involving research.
Professor Jenkins has been appointed as the Program Head for the Tumour Inflammation and Immunotherapy Program at the South Australian ImmunoGENomics Cancer Institute (SAiGENCI), which operates within the University of Adelaide’s Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences, and is supported by an alliance with the Central Adelaide Local Health Network (CALHN).
Brain cancer is the most common solid tumour of childhood and most lethal type of cancer in Australian children.