In addition to our extensive work with the national cancer cooperative trial groups that focus on brain, gastro-intestinal, gynaecological, urogenital and lung cancer research, the CTC conducts a range of quality research both independently, or in collaboration with multiple cooperative groups. Examples include the long-running SNAC trials, conducted in collaboration with the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons, and the CannabisCINV trial, performed in collaboration with Chris O’Brien Lifehouse and the Lambert Initiative for Cannabinoid Therapeutics. 

The CTC also delivers the Cancer Australia-funded Genomics Cancer Clinical Trials Initiative (GCCTI) technical service in collaboration with ZEST Health Strategies. The aim of the GCCTI is to support the 14 national cooperative cancer clinical trials groups funded under Cancer Australia’s Support for Cancer Clinical Trials program to develop cancer clinical trial protocols (grant applications) for studies involving two or more cancer types and two or more cooperative trials groups.


Other Research