Meet Professor Ian Frazer AC, and the QUT IHBI researchers, and hear their extraordinary progress in women's cancer research.
The Pink Ribbon Blue Sky fundraising breakfast will explore the depth and breadth of IHBI research in breast and other women's cancers and provide opportunities to ask questions about the work, the challenges and the future of cancer care and wellness.
The breakfast will equally support both the National Breast Cancer Foundation and IHBI researchers who are working to provide better health in our lifetime.
The Institute of Health and Biomedical Innovation (IHBI) is QUT's flagship research Institute with over 1000 researchers and 600 higher degree research students.
Date: Friday 9 October 2015
Format: Seated breakfast
Venue: Gardens Theatre Foyer, QUT Gardens Point Campus, 2 George St, Brisbane
Dress: Smart casual
Tickets: $50 GST inclusive* per person includes cooked breakfast.
* Pink Ribbon Blue Sky Breakfast will equally support the National Breast Cancer Foundation and IHBI medical research
Raffle tickets: $5 raffle tickets will be available at the event. All proceeds will equally go to the National Breast Cancer Foundation and IHBI QUT medical research.
RSVP: 2 October 2015
For more information email IHBI Events team or phone 07 3138 6082
Professor Ian Frazer AC
Co-inventor of the technology enabling the HPV vaccines, currently used worldwide to help prevent cervical cancer, and 2006 Australian of the Year.
Professor Rik Thompson
Professor in breast cancer research at IHBI and almost 30 years in breast cancer research including the NIH, USA and the Lombardi Cancer Research Center, Georgetown University Medical Center, USA, and subsequently at St. Vincent's Institute, Melbourne, University of Melbourne.
Professor Patsy Yates
Head of School of Nursing, QUT, Founder and Director of Palliative Care Research and Education and President of Palliative Care Australia.
Professor Debra Anderson
Internationally recognised researcher and clinical leader in nursing, social and preventative medicine. Director of Research of School of Nursing, QUT, Founder and Director of the Women's Wellness Research Program.
Dr Eloise Dray
Trained in human biochemistry under Professor Patrick Sung at Yale University and started her research group at IHBI in 2013, conducting breast cancer research with the support of National Breast Cancer Foundation and Princess Alexandra Foundation.
IHBI breast cancer advocate, peer support coordinator for the Wesley Hospital Choices Cancer Support Centre and Chair of the Australia and New Zealand Breast Cancer Trials Group.
Professor Sandi Hayes
Exercise physiologist and Principal Research Fellow and co-leader of IHBI cancer survivorship research program ihop.
Breast cancer is the most common cancer affecting women, with an estimated 15,270 Australian women diagnosed in 2014. Improvements in early diagnosis and effective treatment have resulted in the survival rate rising from 78 to almost 90 per cent. More still needs to be done to reduce the incidence, improve survival rates and provide better experiences for patients during and after treatment. Please join us at this year's Pink Ribbon Blue Sky Breakfast and help raise money for research in women's cancer research.
Meet Professor Ian Frazer AC, and the QUT IHBI researchers and hear their extraordinary progress in women’s cancer research.
- Phone: 3138 6082