Through its research, MyBRISK is seeking to develop a tailored breast cancer screening strategy that combines mammogram-based, genetic, and other familial risks.

Supporting all women

Our research is working towards a screening model that can better identify high-risk women and support younger women, women with family history and Indigenous women, who have lower participation and higher mortality rates.

Explore joint projects

The MyBRISK team is looking for opportunities to develop collaborative projects and explore future grant applications. To discuss further, contact Dr Sue Malta, MyBRISK Project Manager, at or phone 0409 433 077.

Executive summary

This Executive Summary details the focus, aims, background and challenges of the MyBRISK Centre of Research Excellence.

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Congratulations to grant recipients

MyBRISK announces a first round of grants to Western Australia and Queensland researchers

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