The Daffodil Centre is committed to finding the most effective ways to save lives and improve cancer outcomes across all interventions – prevention, early detection, treatment and care.
Our local and international research programs span observational epidemiology, trials, biostatistics, modelling, health services research, and implementation research, coalescing around four ‘hubs’ with an emphasis on translating evidence into public policy and practice, and real-world improvements in cancer control. Common themes run across the four hubs, including responding to urgent and emergent public health issues, and reducing inequities in cancer outcomes.
Optimising and strengthening approaches to cancer prevention, screening and early detection, ultimately saving more lives.
Strengthening approaches to cancer control for people at higher risk of cancer, including targeted screening and surveillance programs.
Strengthening approaches to improving cancer outcomes, survivorship, and psychosocial support, focussing on health service implementation.