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Research & Science

Research & Science

BEATING BRAIN CANCER WILL TAKE THE POWER OF INNOVATION

The Mark Hughes Foundation is committed to raising much needed funds to support brain cancer research

Through our affiliations and research partners we are able to have a direct effect on the fight against brain cancer. This Research Centre aims to help researchers collaborate and share their knowledge, and for brain cancer patients to become a bit more informed about the most recent research updates. Our Scientific Committee also evaluate current research studies, in an attempt to direct funds to where they can be of the most benefit.

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OUR Foundation is an exciting step forward for brain cancer research in Australia

The Mark Hughes Foundation is committed to raising much needed funds to support brain cancer research. Through our affiliations and research partners we are able to have a direct effect on the fight against brain cancer.

April 10, 2024

CHRISTIAN BEHLER AWARDED WILLGOOSE SCHOLARSHIP

We are excited to introduce our newest PhD student, Christian Behler, who was awarded the MHF Centre’s Willgoose Scholarship. This scholarship honours
November 17, 2023

2024/2025 Innovation Grants

The success of this years Beanie for Brain Cancer campaign has allowed the Mark Hughes Foundation (MHF) Centre for Brain Cancer Research at
November 17, 2023

Willgoose PhD Scholarship in Medical Image Analysis

Thanks to last years Christmas campaign – Giving Season, we are pleased to announce the advertisement of the Garry Willgoose PhD Scholarship.
November 2, 2023

Human cerebrospinal fluid affects chemoradiotherapy sensitivities in tumor cells from patients with glioblastoma

Dr Bardy is an internationally recognised leader in the field of human neural stem cells, and an expert in electrophysiology and single
June 29, 2023

Using the immune system to target and destroy blood vessels feeding aggressive brain tumours

Using the immune system to target and destroy blood vessels feeding aggressive brain tumours Chief Investigator: Professor Michael P. Brown (Centre for
June 13, 2023

Symposium spurs race to beat brain cancer

With the end game being a cure for brain cancer, the niche collective of more than 120 experts showcased recent research developments

MARK HUGHES FOUNDATION CENTRE FOR BRAIN CANCER RESEARCH

A multi-disciplinary, collaborative research centre which brings together scientists and clinicians, consumers and patient care professionals and builds on the University of Newcastle’s established and dynamic cancer research ecosystem and world-class technology, spaces and infrastructure.

Learn more about our Brain Cancer Research

Our Scientific Committee also evaluate current research studies, in an attempt to direct funds to where they can be of the most benefit.

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