Associate Professor Eleonora Feletto leads the Gastrointestinal Cancers Policy and Evaluation stream of research. She completed a PhD in the Pharmacy Faculty at the University of Sydney in 2010. Her research interests include the areas of cancer control, environmental risk factors of cancer, the implementation of health services in practice and the use of alternative channels to build a sustainable health care system. Eleonora’s current work at the Daffodil Centre focuses on prevention and early detection of colorectal and liver cancer in Australia and overseas. She is the academic co-ordinator of the Cancer Patient Population Projections (Cancer-PPP) project awarded by the Medical Research Future Fund to project the number of patients likely to require treatment at different stages over the next 5 years for cancers of the breast, lung, colorectum, multiple myeloma, melanoma, and MSI-H and NTRK pan-tumour biomarkers gene fusion. She also leads the Mobilising the National Bowel Cancer Screening Program through combining individual, health service and population level interventions (MAIL, GP & SCALE) project funded through the NHMRC.