From humble beginnings, ANZUP is now recognised nationally and internationally for its genitourinary clinical trials. ANZUP was formed by the merger of the Australian Prostate and Urogenital cancer Group (APUG) and Australia & New Zealand Germ Cell Trials Group (ANZGCTG) in 2008. Since then, ANZUP has come a very long way. We have grown from 150 members in 2008 to now more than 1,700 members across more than 20 disciplines.
We have active clinical trials across all of the cancers we represent. We work closely with those doing basic or translational research, supportive care research, health economics and other health outcomes work, and many others. We have established collaborations with trials groups in Australia, New Zealand, Ireland, UK, Europe, USA, Canada, and others planned. We have built relationships with key stakeholders including those involved in community support, advocacy and fundraising. We are frequently and visibly present at major international meetings, sharing and promoting our work.
The future of research in Australia depends on bringing young scientists and clinicians together to set the research agenda to ensure we continue to improve outcomes. ANZUP’s Annual Scientific Meeting provides an ideal platform to discuss and present the latest updates in cancer diagnosis, treatment, research and supportive care. In addition, we have grown our concept development to annual full day workshops mentoring and fostering people early in their careers. If this wasn’t enough, we have expanded our educational program to include MDT Masterclasses, the PCFA ANZUP Nurses Symposium, GU Preceptorships, Best of ANZUP and more!
I would like to acknowledge and recognise our fearless leaders and pioneers Ian Davis and Guy Toner along with our incredibly hard working Board, SAC, CAP, Subcommittees and our membership. Without your generosity, hard work and tireless commitment. Thank you.
MARGARET McJANNETT, ANZUP CEO
ANZUP’s organisational structure reflects its corporate governance and operational areas of responsibility.
ANZUP is managed by a diverse group of genitourinary health professionals. Meet the members of our Board, advising committees and staff.
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Membership of ANZUP is free for medical professionals and researchers working in the field of cancer care or research.
ANZUP is registered on the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission (ACNC) Register and the Charities Services Register in New Zealand.