Great new – The IP underpinning NIPDx Pty Ltd has progressed t the PCT phase with the support of UniSA Ventures. NIPDx is a spin-off company aimed at developing a next generation NIPT technology based on circulating fetal cells isolated
Congratulation to Nghia who has been awarded a “top-up” PhD scholarship from Healthy Development Adelaide. He will start his PhD working closely with Marnie Winter on non-invasive prenatal testing.
The grant is entitled “Bioengineered organs-on-chip models: A new approach to investigate the radiobiological effects of cancer radiotherapy ” and is funded under the Cancer Research theme of the University of South Australia. This project will demonstrate the feasibility of
Well done to Marnie, Meysam and all other co-authors for the publication of our review article “A Reappraisal of Circulating Fetal Cell Noninvasive Prenatal Testing” in Trends in Biotechnology. Abstract: New tools for higher-resolution fetal genome analysis including microarray and
Congratulation to all the CBNS team for putting together a very successful event at Unley High School as part f the 2018 CBNS Roadshow. The event featured talks by Clive, Benjamin, Michelle, Duy and Chelsea as well as hands-on activities.
Unfortunately the first prize went to Dr Geoff Rogers for his excellent wok on developing a new cardiovascular technology but congratulation to Aidan for being a Finalist in this very prestigious Award. More about the ceremony in Canberra and the
Congratulation to Marnie for being a finalist in the 2018 Winnovation award in the Technology category.
Our NHMRC Development Grant application has been awarded – congratulation to the team! The details are as follow: NHMRC Development grant, Benjamin Thierry, Richard Tilley (UNSW), Andrew Foreman (RAH), Ruirui Rao (Monash), Development of Superior Sentinel Lymph Node Mapping Procedures
The “Super Drugs and Mini Guts” Science week event featured in the Advertiser. Congratulation to Marnie and all the organisation team. SMART materials and designer drugs take advantage of nanotechnology, the science of the super small, and now school students
Congratulation to the Non-Invasive Prenatal Diagnostic team for being featured on National TV last night. The piece broadcasted on Chanel 7 illustrates the huge potential of our fetal cell-based non-invasive prenatal testing approach. A lot more exciting work to come