Statewide membership of translational cancer research centres (TCRCs)

Why this indicator is important

The Cancer Institute NSW funds seven translational cancer research centres (TCRCs). These are groups of clinicians and researchers working collaboratively across NSW to accelerate the translation of research from the laboratory into clinical practice.

Membership demonstrates the extent of collaborations and connectivity among cancer experts in NSW. The sharing of knowledge and resources among these experts will help improve outcomes for people with cancer.

About this indicator

The Cancer Institute NSW funds seven translational cancer research centres, bringing together over 1200 members (clinicians and researchers) across more than 80 institutions (to June 2020).

1200 memberships of of statewide translational cancer research centres recorded in 2019.

Source: TCRC progress reports database