Current projects


Identifying the fertility- and menopause-related information needs of young women with breast cancer

The purpose of this project is to understand what young women with breast cancer would like to know about their post treatment fertility and menopause around the time of diagnosis, and preferences for providing post treatment fertility and menopause related risk information, so that they can be supported better.


Online Yoga study for depression and anxiety in people with cancer

This project aims to investigate whether online yoga can reduce anxiety and depression in people diagnosed with cancer.


This project aims to find out whether mindfulness can help people with breast, prostate or bowel cancer manage their fears and worries once treatment is completed.

Comparison of Treatments for Chemotherapy-Induced Peripheral Neuropathy (CIPN Study)

This project is trying to better understand chemotherapy-induced peripheral neuropathy (pain, numbness, tingling, and burning in the fingers/hands and/or toes/feet experienced following chemotherapy treatment) and to find out if heat, massage or a combination of heat and massage can reduce and manage symptoms associated with peripheral neuropathy.

Lifepool – Australian women finding answers

Every woman can help support breast cancer research though Lifepool – a project that brings together data from a variety of sources to create a vital resource for research into breast cancer and women’s health.