Help us make a real difference to the lives of patients and families through pancreatic cancer research

UNSW Sydney researchers and clinicians, through the Pancreatic Cancer Research Hub are providing a holistic approach to fighting pancreatic cancer. Through the network, we aim to double the survival rate of patients with pancreatic cancer by 2030.

On track to achieve this goal, our focus is:

  • Improving preclinical human pancreatic tumour models to predict patient treatment processes
  • Further development of nanomedicine gene therapy to overcome scar tissue drug delivery
  • Advancement of clinical trials to inhibit tumour cells and their helper cells.

Your gift will make a direct impact on research and educational support for our cancer scientists and health professionals to improve the lives of those impacted by cancer. By supporting pancreatic cancer research at UNSW, you will be helping us to double the survival rate for pancreatic cancer by 2030.

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Associate Professor Phillips leads the Pancreatic Cancer Translational Research Group, and is Deputy Director of the Adult Cancer Program at the Lowy Cancer Research Centre at UNSW Medicine. With >20 years expertise in pancreatic cancer research, A/Prof Phillips’ is a leader in cancer cell biology, novel therapeutics and nanomedicine. She is also heavily involved in a volunteer capacity as an advocate for health policy change.

UNSW Sydney is home to some of the best pancreatic cancer researchers in the world. Together, these teams of basic and clinical researchers, medical oncologists and surgeons create an unbroken ‘bench to clinic to bench’ loop.

We are committed to serving our community and advancing important cancer research. We’re seeking better ways to find, treat and manage cancers, paying special attention to improving outcomes for patients and their families.


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Abel Orellana
Development Manager, Medicine
UNSW Medicine & Health

T: 0422 488 480