Lymphomas are the most common form of blood cancer in Australia, and the most common cancers diagnosed in 15-24 year olds.


Lymphoma is caused by uncontrolled growth of immune cells called lymphocytes. Our research aims to improve the outcomes for people with lymphoma.

Our lymphoma research

Our lymphoma researchers are:

  • Discovering the changes that transform a normal cell into a lymphoma cell.
  • Demonstrating the role of the immune system in preventing lymphoma formation.
  • Developing treatments that target the proteins keeping lymphoma cells alive.
  • Leading clinical trials to test potential new treatment for lymphoma.
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