Professor John Crown was awarded the DCU President’s Impact Award for research he leads at the National Institute for Cellular Biotechnology (NICB) to improve the treatment options available to women with metastatic HER2-positive breast cancer. Under his leadership, a new drug combination to treat women with this type of breast cancer, that is based on prior preclinical studies from the Cancer Clinical Research Trust (CCRT) research team based in the NICB, has entered clinical development in a recently opened Phase 1 clinical trial named CAROLINE-1. The CAROLINE-1 study received support from CCRT, The Caroline Foundation, BreastPredict and Puma Biotechnology Inc.
Please click below for the full programme of 40 speakers.
Programme Final- 11th International Symposium on Translational Research in Oncology
External CPD points awarded: 4 (27th) 6 (28th) 2 (29th)
Attendance is free. To register please email: Karen.Culhane@ccrt.ie
Buy your unique motivational diary TODAY and support Cancer Research. The compact A6 diaries feature a motivational quote for each day of the year and beautiful paintings from Irish artists.
These timeless diaries are not year specific and so can be used for 2019.
Diaries cost 8 euro and are available to buy from email@example.com. 50% of all profits go to The Caroline Foundation.
The Inspirational Diary was created by Mary Heeran White to support the work of Professor John Crown and the The Caroline Foundation.
HOW TO GET STARTED – ANYBODY CAN DO IT!
STEP 1: Decide on your date and time – Friday 2nd, Saturday 3rd or Sunday 4th February 2018.
STEP 2: Decide on your event – some ideas to consider:
- A sing-song or karaoke evening at home or club – have a collection.
- On Friday the 2nd of February at work, at coffee/lunch break, get some friends together, sing a song or two, invite audience to make a donation.
- Get permission from local shopping centre to sing a few songs and make a collection. (An obvious one for choirs but also for any group of singers).
- On the Saturday evening / Sunday morning, church choirs could consider doing a collection for The Caroline Foundation.
- And of course, any kind of performance in local halls, clubs, schools etc. would be fantastic! So, there’s something for everyone!
STEP 3: REGISTER WITH THE CAROLINE FOUNDATION by emailing Helen at firstname.lastname@example.org giving the following details:
- Name & contact details (Mobile number and email address)
- Group / choir name (if applicable)
- Event; Venue; Date; Time
Once registered, we will contact you authorising your event, adding your name to our list of approved events on our website. A pack will be sent to you including posters and fundraising protocols and how to make payment.
STEP 4: Choose and book your venue
STEP 5: SPREAD THE WORD #GiveUsASong
Step 6: Have a great event! Enjoy the music!
The Wingers launched the CD “Beeswing”, in aid of the Cancer Clinical Research Trust, at a concert in Ennis on Friday evening February 5th.
To order the song on CD you can contact Karen at email@example.com
Alternatively you can download the song online at the following link http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/thewingers1
The launch was introduced by Professor John Crown with local man Ger Sweeney acting as MC. The Wingers were joined on stage on the night by a host of guests and friends from the world of music including friends from Shaskeen, Clare singer/songwriter PJ Murrihy, the great Tonto Murphy, the Two Bows, Eoin O’Neill & Brid O’Gorman and many more.
The Wingers is a group comprising seven members, all of whom have had loved ones affected by cancer. This CD launch and its production is a very personal one for all involved. “This is an opportunity to give something back in return for all the wonderful things that have come to us through the invaluable work of Professor Crown and his CCRT team.” says David Sanders of the Wingers.
When Richard Thompson (the author of the song) was approached he agreed to waive his royalty fees for the song to assist the Wingers and CCRT. We are most grateful to Mr. Thompson for his generosity.
A huge thank you goes to the Wingers, comprising Felim O’ Coilean, David Sanders, Stephen O’ Flaherty, Jack Talty, Frank Healy, Pat Costello and Paul Cropera who are assisted on the CD by Moira Murrihy, Joanie Madden and Neil O’ Loghlen.
The Caroline Foundation are aiming to break their 2nd Guinness World Record!
Join The Caroline Foundation in breaking yet another Guinness World Record! This exciting record attempt will take place on Sunday, May 17th 2015, along the Greystones seafront.
We are looking for 8000 teddy bears and 80 teams!!
Please contact Helen for further details, and to get involved! firstname.lastname@example.org