Dates: 12 March - 15 March 2024
Location: Newcastle, NSW
Theme: Together Towards Tomorrow: Working together for Better Cancer Outcomes
We are planning to host an even bigger and better ASM in 2024, with a series of thought-provoking speakers and panelists who will be able to speak to the future of radiation medicine and cancer treatments on a global scale.
Further event information and registration details will become available shortly.
Dates: 1 December to 3 December 2023
Location: Ski Rider Hotel in Wilsons Valley.
Trek4TROG is a unique opportunity to showcase your support alongside a team of trekkers. The team we are looking for will consist of 50 people, with a target of raising $25,000.
The journey to the summit of Mount Kosciusko is 22km and will take 7 hours to complete.
Date: 19-21 October 2023
Time: Full event itinerary and information to come
Location: Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre
The 2023 RANZCR ASM is aimed at taking you beyond the clinical, beyond the expected and beyond the traditional scopes of our specialties.
Dates: 13 November - 16 November 2023
Location: Te Pae Christchurch Convention Centre, New Zealand/Aotearoa and Online
The AGITG Annual Scientific Meeting serves not only as a
forum for the presentation of state-of-the art overviews on the pathobiological and clinical aspects of GI cancer, but also affords the opportunity to the Australasian scientific community to explore future directions for research and collaboration. The meeting provides GI cancer researchers and specialists with
the opportunity to present their research and discuss the current challenges and recent innovations in a multidisciplinary setting.
Date: Tuesday 20 June 2023
Time: 17.00 – 17:30 SA time (17.30-18.00pm AEST)
Location: Chaired in Adelaide, SA, face to face. Video-conference for remote participation was provided.Click below for the most significant outcomes of the 2023 AGM.
Dates: 19 June to 22 June 2023
Location: Hilton, Adelaide
The TROG Cancer Research ASM was a great success in 2023, with over 75 thought-provoking speakers and panelists who spoke to the future of radiation medicine and cancer treatments on a global scale.
Date: 31 May 2023
Attendees: Faculty, mentors and TROG staff.
The CDW was designed to encourage and support TROG’s early to mid-career clinical cancer researchers to bring new ideas for clinical research projects/concepts to TROG Cancer Research and to have these ideas workshopped in a multidisciplinary and collaborative manner.
We invited all early to mid-career TROG members to submit their research idea for consideration.
Dates: 30 June to 3 July 2022
Location: RACV Royal Pines Resort, Gold Coast, Queensland.
Theme: Emerging & Evolving
The 2022 ASM hosted several internationally and nationally recognised keynote speakers and TROG Cancer Research scientists and clinicians.
Over 270 delegates participated in the ASM, including leading Australian and New Zealand Radiation Oncologists, Radiation Therapists, Interventional Oncologists, Medical Physicists, and Clinical Trials Specialists.
For over 30 years, Trans-Tasman Radiation Oncology Group has been dedicated to improving the way radiation medicine is delivered to cancer patients with ongoing scientific research, clinical trials, and cutting-edge technology.
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