Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Centre Alliance
The Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Centre (VCCC) is a powerful alliance of 10 leading research, academic and clinical institutions working together to accelerate and amplify leading-edge cancer research, knowledge and expertise to benefit the Victorian community.
VCCC programs support and enable the alliance members to work strategically and collaboratively together, integrating cancer research, clinical trials and education, to enable and accelerate the translation of scientific evidence into patient and community benefit.
With the support of the Victorian Government, the VCCC seeks to reinforce Victoria’s position at the forefront of research-led, consumer-informed, cancer prevention, detection, treatment and patient care.
The VCCC building is purpose-built for cancer research, treatment, care and education in the Melbourne, Victoria.
The building provides a home for the VCCC alliance team, the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre, cancer research and clinical services for the Royal Melbourne Hospital (Melbourne Health), cancer research facilities for the University of Melbourne and other cancer related organisations.
Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Centre
305 Grattan Street, Melbourne
Level 7, Lecture Theatres A, B and C