Children's Medical Research Institute (CMRI) and the University of Newcastle (UoN) are pleased to announce they have received funding to establish the Australian Cancer Research Foundation Centre for Kinomics (ACRF-CFK) - an Australian-first that will pro

Funding for New Centre to Propel Australia to Forefront of Cancer Research

16 April 2012

Children's Medical Research Institute (CMRI) and the University of Newcastle (UoN) are pleased to announce they have received funding to establish the Australian Cancer Research Foundation Centre for Kinomics (ACRF-CFK) - an Australian-first that will provide an entirely new approach to the understanding of cancer therapeutic drugs and ways to improve them.

Children's Medical Research Institute (CMRI) and the University of Newcastle (UoN) are pleased to announce they have received funding to establish the Australian Cancer Research Foundation Centre for Kinomics (ACRF-CFK) - an Australian-first that will provide an entirely new approach to the understanding of cancer therapeutic drugs and ways to improve them.

This significant, non-commercial initiative builds upon demonstrated research excellence, leadership and successful collaborations between scientists from CMRI and UoN. The ACRF-CFK will be equipped with state-of-the-art instrumentation, thanks to generous funding from the Australian Cancer Research Foundation (ACRF) who provided a $3.1 million grant, supplemented with additional funding of $1 million from the Ramaciotti Foundation

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