CIBIT, UQ and The University of Edinburgh discuss the future of oncology research

The University of Queensland’s Centre for Advanced Imaging (CAI) hosted a special visit from The Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies of The University of Edinburgh this month. As a joint engagement initiative between UQ Genomics, UQ School of Veterinary Science and the ARC Training Centre for Innovation in Biomedical Imaging Technology (CIBIT), the visit fostered important discussions for comparative oncology research and collaboration. 

University of Edinburgh’s William Dick Chair of Veterinary Clinical Studies, Dean of Veterinary Medicine and Head of School, The Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies, Professor David Argyle, and Associate Dean and Director of Veterinary Admissions, Dr Sally Argyle; visited UQ’s Gatton Campus, Veterinary Medical Centre, CAI and the Brisbane Veterinary Specialist Centre (BVSC) during the visit.

Professor Argyle discussed the importance of collaboration across multidisciplinary research in achieving a shared vision to create change for the future of cancer research. Full article available on the CAI news page.