Registrations now open !! : Eradicate Cancer 2020 Next frontiers in immunotherapy

We are excited to announce that registrations & abstract submissions for Eradicate Cancer 2020 are now open!

The field of immunotherapy against cancers is making unprecedented progress. The Eradicate Cancer Conference “Can advanced immunotherapy make it possible?” held in March 2018 was a resounding success and the delegates have confirmed they would be there when held again. It made […]

2019-10-01T02:20:40+00:00September 13th, 2019|

The Social Costs of Delaying Effective Cancer Treatment Using CAR-T Immunotherapy

CAR-T therapy can save lives and boost benefits to society … if it’s delivered promptly, says Cartherics CEO and Executive Director, Alan Trounson

5 September 2019

Using the tools of biotechnology and immunology to help transforming cancer from a fatal to a manageable — or even curable – disease holds profound benefits to individual patients and the […]

2019-09-05T00:32:22+00:00September 5th, 2019|

MEETING ON THE MESA: Cartherics heads to California

By Leigh Dayton, 2 September 2019

Cartherics has been invited to present at the prestigious Cell & Gene Meeting on the Mesa in Carlsbad, California in October. The meeting is the sector’s leading annual conference, bringing senior industry executives together with the scientific community to advance research into cell-based therapies.

The meeting covers a variety […]

2019-10-02T04:28:03+00:00September 3rd, 2019|

Flow cytometry: The core characterisation technique for developing next-generation cancer immunotherapies

CAR-T immunotherapy involves genetically engineering T-cells with chimeric antigen receptors (CARs). FLOW cytometry uses antibodies tagged with fluorescent markers that bind to specific cell receptors. The labelled cells are then fed through a series of lasers and profiled using software such as FLOWLOGIC. FLOW cytometry works to […]

2019-08-28T04:52:41+00:00August 28th, 2019|

Monash University Student Open Day

A student development evening was held again this year on 26 August 2019 at Monash University Clayton where Professor Graham Jenkin (Cartherics’ Education Officer) represented us. More on our PhD projects on our Education Opportunities page.

2019-08-27T06:22:36+00:00August 27th, 2019|

Can an immune strategy used to treat cancer also wipe out HIV infections?

Drugs work stunningly well to control HIV—but not in everyone, and not without side effects. That’s why a small cadre of patients known as elite controllers has long fascinated researchers: Their immune system alone naturally suppresses HIV for decades without drugs. Now one team, inspired by success in mice, hopes to endow HIV-infected people […]

2019-08-12T02:23:44+00:00August 12th, 2019|

Cartherics shareholders Thao and Luyen Nguyen at the June 2019 Board Meeting …….

Cartherics shareholders Thao and Luyen Nguyen at the June 2019 Board Meeting with Cartherics Chairman Bob Moses and CEO Alan Trounson celebrating their support for rapid progress towards clinical trials for major cancers. The Nguyen’s are Australian pharmaceutical providers and are strong supporters of Cartherics.
Pictured from left to right: Thao Nguyen, Alan Trounson, Bob Moses and Luyen Nguyen.
2019-06-24T01:35:25+00:00June 24th, 2019|

Science and Technology priorities – Election 2019


8 May 2019 Parties use science to set themselves apart ….

The major parties have laid out their science and technology platform for Australian voters, with clear differences in their approach and vision for empowering the solutions sector.

Responding to a survey from peak body Science & Technology Australia (STA), the Coalition, the Labor Party and the Greens have all […]

2019-05-08T04:07:34+00:00May 8th, 2019|