Breast cancer patients will soon have a better chance of fighting the disease thanks to new pathology guidelines created by University of Queensland researchers.

25 October 2018
Professor Sunil Lakhani and Professor Gita Mishra

Two University of Queensland researchers have been elected as Fellows of the Australian Academy of Health and Medical Sciences (AAHMS).

20 October 2017
Research suggests calcium movement in cells goes awry in both breast cancers and metastatic tumours in the brain

The US Department of Defense (DoD) has committed more than A$1.3 million from its Breast Cancer Research Program to a Queensland study tackling the spread of tumours to the brain.

21 April 2017
Dr Peter Simpson

More breast cancer patients could benefit from treatments currently used only for patients with a faulty BRCA1 or BRCA2 gene, an international research collaboration has shown.

14 March 2017
Professor Sunil Lakhani ... seeking to offer improved quality of life and more targeted treatments to beat the most common female cancer

Three of Queensland’s leading breast cancer researchers have joined forces to lead a $6.5 million National Health and Medical Research Council-funded program that is set to change the future of breast cancer diagnosis, prevention and treatment.

14 March 2016
UQ researchers have have worked with rare metastatic brain tumour samples to discover genetic information that could lead to new cancer treatments.

Checking what’s in the bank – the Brisbane Breast Bank, that is – has paid dividends for UQ cancer researchers.

17 August 2015

An international team, including scientists from The University of Queensland and the Garvan Institute of Medical Research, has described the mutational processes that drive tumour development in 30 of the most common cancer types.

15 August 2013

A University of Queensland researcher has discovered nine new genes that drive the development of breast cancer, taking the tally of all genes associated with breast cancer development to 40.

17 May 2012

The mysteries of the human body are being revealed to University of Queensland health students in an innovative way thanks to an Australian-first pathology learning centre housing thousands of specimens.

15 April 2010

A new pedagogical tool is making cumbersome, difficult to use microscopes all but redundant for histology students.

7 April 2010

Researchers at The University of Queensland have helped identify genes that could hold the key to treating a common and deadly type of breast cancer.

29 July 2009