NSW Cancer Conference 2023 – Travel Grants



NSW Cancer Conference 2023 – Travel Grants

The NSW Regional Cancer Research Network has funding available to support Network
members presenting and attending the 2023 Cancer Conference, 18 - 19 September 2023 @ the International Conference Centre (ICC), Sydney.

Support available

Region Support Package
Maitland, Newcastle and Central Coast
  • Conference registration fee
  • Up to 1 night (Monday) accommodation* in Sydney
  • Parking
Hunter New England
  • Conference registration fee
  • Up to 2 nights’ (Sunday-Monday) accommodation* in Sydney
  • Parking
Mid-North Coast and Northern NSW
  • Conference registration fee
  • Up to 3 nights’ accommodation* (Sunday-Tuesday) in Sydney
    Return economy airfare

*Accommodation is as per options available upon conference registration

Please do not register for the conference prior to being advised if your application for Conference Travel support has been successful. We are unable to reimburse you for any funds you have already paid towards Conference registration, travel and/or accommodation.

Further Information

Guidelines for this Conference Travel Support scheme can be downloaded here. Applications will only be accepted through the NSW Regional Cancer Research Network’s online platform

For further enquiries please email nswrcrn@newcastle.edu.au.

The deadline for submitting Conference Travel Support applications has been extended to 21 July, 2023.



Information about the NSW Conference Cancer Conference 

The NSW Cancer Conference, in its second year, represents a significant milestone for cancer research in NSW by bringing together both metropolitan and regional centres from across NSW for a truly state-wide, cross-institutional meeting focused on cancer research. The event will build on existing relationships and collaborations to present an inclusive and accessible conference
promoting understanding across institutions in NSW.

The conference aims to showcase existing and emerging strengths in cancer research across NSW and beyond, through high-calibre presentations from international, interstate, and local speakers. Importantly, the program highlights cancer research from the entire translational research continuum – including basic biomedical, public health, clinical and psychosocial.

How to submit an Abstract

NSW Cancer Conference are accepting submissions for both oral and poster presentations.  Ensure you submit your abstract early for consideration in this year's program.

Deadline for submitting abstracts is 2 June, 2023 at 23:59 AEST.