Peter Mac’s commitment to research is based on the belief that treatment informed by research, and research informed by treatment, is the key to progressing better cancer care.
At the heart of everything we do are patients: from the laboratory to the clinic, over 520 laboratory scientists, clinician-researchers, research nurses and other health professionals are determined in their efforts to find better treatments and to improve patient care.
People with cancer are also able to contribute to Australia’s largest cancer research program, by sharing their thoughts, or donating blood or cancer tissue, to help improve outcomes for other people with cancer, everywhere.
For commercial information on the diverse capabilities and novel innovations of Peter Mac’s cancer research programs, contact the Technology Transfer Office.
Research governance and ethics
Peter Mac promotes and fosters the optimal integrity of its research, which is conducted in accordance with the National Health and Medical Research Council’s Australian Code for the Responsible Conduct of Research.
For information on the committees, panels and administrative processes surrounding the review and approval of human research at Peter Mac, visit the Ethics Committee Secretariat portal.
Queries or concerns regarding research conduct at Peter Mac can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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