• 2018 Visiting Professor - 12th November 2018

    November 11th – 13th kicked off the annual AL Polglase Visiting Professorship program at Cabrini Institute and Hospital in Malvern. Professor Antonio De Lacy travelled all the way from Barcelona to be our inaugural visiting professor and the three days were jam packed for our special guest.

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    Grant success from Cancer Australia - 22nd December 2017

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    Research Awards - 26th September 2017

    Recent Cabrini Health research awards won by department researchers.

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    Organoids research boosted by $300,000 grant - 22nd August 2017

    The Cabrini Monash University Department of Surgery and Let’s Beat Bowel Cancer are proud to announce the receipt of a prestigious $300,000 grant from The Collie Foundation. This grant will enable the department to continue its world-leading research in organoids.

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    SBS World News - 6th June 2017

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    British Journal of Surgery article published - 18th April 2017

    Researchers from the Cabrini Monash University Department of Surgery have just published a leading article in the prestigious British Journal of Surgery.

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    Diabetes research published - 20th December 2016

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    New Postdoc research team - 19th December 2016

    The Cabrini Monash University Department of Surgery have recently appointed two postdoctoral researchers to begin cutting edge projects involved with colorectal organoids and tissue micro arrays.

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    2016 Visiting Professor - 21st November 2016

    Professor Ronan O’Connell was the 2016 AL Polglase Visiting Professor in Colorectal Surgery at Cabrini.

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    Cutting-edge mini tumours research - 17th November 2016

    Researchers from Cabrini and Monash University are using cutting-edge techniques to grow a patient's three-dimensional tumour outside the body.

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