The Breast Cancer Research in NZ partnership programme, established by the Health Research Council (HRC), Breast Cancer Cure (BCC) and the Breast Cancer Foundation NZ (BCFNZ), are pleased to announce the release of further funding in 2019.
Through this request for proposals, the HRC, BCC and BCFNZ are seeking high quality research in breast cancer, to improve and ultimately ensure survival from the disease.
There are two separate funding opportunities available to apply for.
Project: The funding available per proposal is up to a maximum of $250,000 (excl GST) over 2 years
Fellowship: The funding available per proposal is up to a maximum of $250,000 (excl GST) for salary, salary associated costs and research expenses. A maximum of $30,000 (exclusive of GST) per year of research expenses may be included. The duration of each fellowship is up to 2 years. Read More
The Health Research Council of New Zealand, Breast Cancer Cure and Breast Cancer Foundation NZ are pleased to announce that funding has been offered to the following recipients through the Breast Cancer Research in New Zealand initiative. Read More
The presence of a protein called Fn14 on the surface of 75% of invasive breast cancers, has been shown to be strongly prognostic for distant metastasis, with the strongest association in HER2/neu positive and Triple Negative breast cancers. Read More
This research team combines leading expertise in synthetic and medicinal chemistry and cancer biology. Read More
It is now understood that Triple Negative breast cancer has many biologic nuances and a heterogeneity not previously understood. Read More
The aim of this novel and ambitious project is to develop potent new vaccines with potential to prevent recurrence of HER2 positive breast cancer. Read More