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The Children’s Hospital at Westmead Blood and Marrow Transplant Service awarded FACT accreditation

01/Aug/2012
The Children’s Hospital at Westmead Blood and Marrow Transplant Service has earned FACT accreditation for pediatric autologous and allogeneic hematopoietic progenitor cell transplantation, bo...
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SCGT present at ARCS Sydney Congress June 2012

01/Jun/2012
The SCGT Quality Manager, Richard Makin, presented on the challenges of implementing a quality system in the context of the Biological's Framework.
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SCGT success in 2012 NHMRC funding allocation

01/Dec/2011
SCGT achieved outstanding success with the recent awarding of five NHMRC Project grants, to commence in 2012. The National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) is Australia’s leading e...
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SCGT Chairman Professor Jeremy Chapman instrumental in Notify Project

01/Nov/2011
Prof Chapman recently chaired the Transmission of Malignancy committee of the Notify Project. The Notify Project, an initiative of the World Health and assisted reproduction. This database is readi...
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SCGT presented at the HAA ISHAPD 2011 Meeting

30/Oct/2011
Dr Ken Micklethwaite, Dr Leighton Clancy and Vicki Antonenas presented some of their findings at the joint scientific meeting at the Sydney Convention and Exhibition ...
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SCGT provide technical expertise in cellular therapy accreditations

01/Oct/2011
In addition to working hard to maintain NATA and FACT accreditation a number of key SCGT staff have donated their time in 2012 to provide technical expertise to the accreditation bodies in assessme...
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Key stakeholders in cell and gene therapies meet in Singapore

19/Sep/2011
Our Quality Manager, Richard Makin, attended the Phacilitate Cell and Gene Therapy Forum in Singapore on 19-21 September 2011. The forum focused on the commercial opportunities and challenges (regu...
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Professor Ian Alexander invited to present in Geneva

30/Aug/2011
Prof. Ian Alexander was invited to speak at the SSIEM (Society for the Study of Inborn Errors of Metabolism) Conference held in Geneva, Switzerland (30 August 2011 – 2 September 2011). Prof A...
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