We are united by a shared passion and are all up for the fight against childhood cancer!
The Telethon Kids Cancer Centre consists of passionate multidisciplinary teams of world-renowned cancer researchers, paediatric oncologists, postdoctoral researchers, research assistants, students, and support staff.
We are united by a shared passion and are all up for the fight against childhood cancer. We are commited to making a real difference for children battling this terrible disease.
Our Centre is evolving, and we are always open to exploring opportunities for new team members, students, and collaborators. Please contact us if you are interested in learning more.
Researchers in the Sarcoma Translational Research Team aim to identify new treatments for children with sarcoma using a multidisciplinary approach combining cancer biology, immunology, systems biology and drug discovery.
The main aim of our Leukaemia Translational Research Team is to test innovative therapeutic approaches, with a focus on clinical translation of this knowledge, to improve the outcomes of children suffering from leukaemia.
From basic science to targeted therapies, the Translational Genomics in Leukaemia team focuses on understanding the genetic bases of leukaemia to develop novel, better and safer treatments for children that develop leukaemia.
Researchers within the Cancer Immunology and Biology group are working to develop safer immunotherapy and personalised medicine treatments across various deadly childhood cancers, including brain cancer, sarcoma, leukaemia, and neuroblastoma.