Travel Grants & Awards
APPLICATIONS ARE NOW CLOSED
The ANZBCTG Board of Directors are pleased to provide the following travel grants and awards to recognise the valuable contribution of ANZBCTG members to the Group’s clinical trials research program; provide professional development opportunities for members; recognise outstanding achievement by researchers, clinicians and scientists in their particular field; and help promote the research activities of the ANZBCTG and encourage participation in them. All ANZBCTG awards are at the discretion of the Board of Directors.
For more information or enquiries about the following ANZBCTG Awards contact the ANZBCTG: Ph: +61 2 4925 5255 or email email@example.com.
Award Categories & Application Forms
The Alan Coates Award for Excellence in Clinical Trials Research
The Robert Sutherland Award for Excellence in Translational Research
This award recognises a member of the ANZBCTG who has made an outstanding contribution to the ANZBCTG's clinical trials research program.
This award recognises a Translational Researcher and their achievements and contributions to improved patient outcomes and is open to ANZBCTG members and non-members worldwide.
The John Collins Fellow Medal and Travel Grant
Avon Travel Grants
This award was established to encourage potential academic Breast Cancer Surgeons and Registrars to become involved in clinical trials research.
These grants recognise Study Coordinators and junior Clinicians who are unable to access institutional or other funding to attend the Annual Scientific Meeting.
Comments from past Avon Travel Grant recipients
"My primary takehome from the ANZBCTG conference is an escalation of my passion for my job as a Study Coordinator. We work daily with the intricacies of running trials. These conferences allow me to reconnect with the big picture and to glimpse the exciting directions of future studies."
— Anne Morcombe
"Attendance at the ANZBCTG annual conference was highly beneficial to both myself and to the department, as I was able to learn about new diagnostic procedures, breast cancer management and treatment, and about new ANZBCTG trials in which our department could participate."
— Claire Haworth
"I have and would, highly recommend this conference to my colleagues and peers to attend. It was one of the best Breast conferences I have attended and tailored to all participants from oncologists, nursing, clinical trials, research and data managers. I am hopeful to attend again next year and I have encouraged our clinical trials and research staff to attend as well."
— Kylie Museth
"All sessions identified issues incurred during the daily management of running clinical trials and were of great benefit. Hearing first hand of new updates which will further education and help in all aspects of clinical trials, gaining new knowledge and assimilating this information, is all part of our growth in contributing to the management of running successful clinical trials. Thank you Avon!"
— Tony Marafioti