The Queensland Head and Neck Cancer Centre (QHNCC) is a dynamic collaboration of Queensland Scientists and Clinicians intent on reducing the impact of head and neck cancer on the community through scientific discoveries and their translation into better clinical outcomes.
The Queensland Head and Neck Cancer Centre (QHNCC) established in 2012 at Princess Alexandra Hospital (PAH) is the vision of the PAH Head and Neck Service.
Research into Head and Neck Cancer in areas such as Clinical, Diagnostics, Drug Discovery, Immunotherapy, Epidemiology, Pharmaceutical, and Cancer Biology.
The QHNCC is a clinically focused Queensland research facility. The centre is based at the PAH and collaborates with numerous other facilities incorporating clinicians and researchers.