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The Cooperative Trials Group for Neuro-Oncology (COGNO) was established in 2007, following identification of a need to develop a central mechanism enabling a coordinated, structured approach to the management of large scale multi-centred neuro-oncology trials.
 
COGNO is a member of the Cooperative Clinical Trials Groups of the Clinical Oncological Society of Australia (COSA) and has a close working relationship with the COSA Neuro-Oncology Group. COGNO is funded by Cancer Australia. The group is located at the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) Clinical Trials Centre (CTC), at the University of Sydney. The NHMRC CTC coordinates the trials activity within COGNO.
 
COGNO's main aim is to conduct investigator-initiated and collaborative group trials addressing important clinical questions in patients with brain tumours.
 
 
Fundraising Event: 12 September 2016, Sydney
 
Cabaret for COGNO Fundraiser: Cabaret for COGNO is our first public fundraising event and we would love your support! Held during our Annual Scientific Meeting, this event will take place on Monday night 12th September in the Ballroom at Sheraton on The Park, Sydney CBD. Doors will open at 8:00pm, and the show will be from 8:30pm to 10:30pm.

Donations
 
Are you interested in donating money for COGNO research activities or for other support services? If so, please complete this form and email it back to cogno@ctc.usyd.edu.au
 
Race4Stace donations to COGNO: Thank you to everyone who donated to the Race4Stace event in memory of Stacey Siegert held on Saturday 7 November 2015 at the Woollahra Sailing Club, Rose Bay NSW. We especially thank Cameron Harvey for organising the event. If you still wish to donate please complete this form and email it back to cogno@ctc.usyd.edu.au

Brain Cancer Biobanking Australia (BCBA) - If you would like to donate to BCBA please complete this form and email it back to cogno@ctc.usyd.edu.au


Ideas or Concepts

COGNO is interested in developing new concepts into protocols and translating these into clinical research.

If you have a concept you are interested in developing, please complete this form and email back to cogno@ctc.usyd.edu.au
 
 

Recent News

1/07/2016: COGNO Newsletter Issue 22 Winter 2016 Edition
 

Issue 22 of the COGNO Member Newsletter (Winter 2016) is now available for download from the COGNO Newsletters page.

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13/11/2015: GBM AGILE (an Adaptive Global Innovative Learning Environment)
 
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