Collaboration

Academic collaborations

Prof. Eben Rosenthal, Stanford Cancer Institute, Stanford University – imaging-guided cancer surgery (Supported by the Garnett Passe and Rodney Williams Memorial Foundation).

Prof. Andreas Offenhäusser,  Peter Grünberg Institute / Institute of Complex Systems at the Forschungszentrum Juelich GmbH – Silicon nanowire field effect biosensing (Supported by an ARC Discovery grant)

Prof. Bernhard Wolfrum, Technical University Munich – Solid-state biosensing technology

Prof. Richard Tilley, UNSW – nanoparticulate imaging contrast agents

Dr. Pierre Bagnaninchi, Centre for Regenerative Medicine, University of Edinburgh – Intracellular optical sensing technology

Dr. Andrew Foreman, Royal Adelaide Hospital – Sentinel Lymph Node imaging (Supported by the Garnett Passe and Rodney Williams Memorial Foundation)

A/Prof Tim Price and Dr Jenny Hardingham, The Queen Elizabeth Hospital – Molecular characterization of circulating tumours cells in colorectal cancer

Prof Wayne Tilley and Dr Luke Selth, University of Adelaide – Molecular characterization of circulating tumours cells in prostate cancer

Prof. B. Liedberg, Prof. Y. Wang, Center for Biomimetic Sensor Science, Nanyang Technological University – Plasmonic biosensing

Prof Rosalie Grivell and Dr Tristan Hardy, Women’s and Children’s Hospital – Prenatal diagnostics

Dr Clare Whitehead, University of Adelaide – Prenatal Diagnostics

Prof Ning Gu and A/Prof Zhou xin, Southeast University – Molecular diagnostics

Dr. Paul Monis and Dr. Brendon King, SA Water – Cryptosporidium detection in drinking water

Prof. Guangjun Nie, Centre for Nanoscience and Technology (Beijing) – Nanoparticles imaging (Supported by a NHMRC Project grant)

Dr. Sarah Thompson, Department of Surgery, Royal Adelaide Hospital – Sentinel Lymph Node imaging (Supported by the NSW Cancer Council, Co-supervision Aidan Cousin)

A/Prof. Andrew Ruszkiewicz, SA Pathology – Lab-on-Chip Pathology

A/Prof. Ben Boyd, Monash University – Plasmonic Drug Delivery

Prof. Peter-John Wormald, Otolaryngology Head & Neck Surgery, The Queen Elizabeth Hospital – Treatment of Staphylococcus Aureus associated Chronic Rhinosinusitis (Supported by the NHMRC)

 

Industry partners

Ceramisphere ltd pty

Reproductive Health Science ltd pty

Repromed

Bionomics

Ferronova