The Psycho-Oncology Research Group investigates the psychological, social and behavioural aspects of cancer, from the time of a cancer diagnosis until end of life.

It's research program is translational in focus, with its priority research areas informed by the challenges faced by those providing and receiving cancer care.

The group applies the most stringent research methods to develop a strong evidence base to inform best practice and engages early with key stakeholders and policy makers to maximise evidence-informed cancer care.