About the Event
Register now to hear more about the first Australia-wide database of canine and feline cancers!
This event will provide you with the first-hand insight into ACARCinom, built upon a multi-institutional partnership between UQ, The University of Sydney, The University of Adelaide, Murdoch University, Gribbles and Idexx.
ACARCinom received co-investment from the ARDC.
Using ACARCinom, dog and cat owners and veterinarians can make more informed decisions about cancer diagnosis, treatment and care options.
09:00-09:30 am (AEST) – Welcome
Melissa Brown (Executive Dean, Faculty of Science, University of Queensland (UQ))
Nigel Perkins (Head of UQ School of Veterinary Science)
Catherine Brady (Program Manager, ARDC)
Paul Bonnington (Pro-Vice Chancellor – Research Infrastructure, UQ)
Geeta Saini (Representative of the Australian Veterinary Association)
Presentation of the Australian Companion Animal Registry of Cancers (ACARCinom) (Chiara Palmieri, Professor in Veterinary Pathology, UQ School of Veterinary Science)
How cancer data matter for epidemiology and environmental health (Ricardo) Soares Magalhaes, Professor of Zoonotic Disease Epidemiology and Biosecurity)
10:30 am – 11 am
Close and refreshments