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
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:
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,
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
Congratulation to Marnie for being a finalist in the 2018 Winnovation award in the Technology category.
All the best to Ana for her Endeavor Award in the group of Prof Hans Clever at the Ubrecht. Prof Clever is one of the world leading cell biologists and a pioneer in the fields of stem cells and regenerative medicine. His group is at the forefront in the field of organoid research. This 6 month visit will be a fantastic experience for Ana and the chance to build long-lasting collaboration.
Great news as the lab is now officially certified as an OGTR PC2 laboratory. Thanks to Marnie and others for all the hard work leading to this.
Fingers crossed for the last stage of this highly prestigious award!
Congratulation to Pouya and Parisa for being selected for the 2018 EMBL course. Sixty outstanding first and second year PhD students from around Australia have been selected to attend the two weeks at the University of New South Wales between July 1 and 13.
More info here.
Congratulation to Marnie for the acceptance of her manuscript in Advanced Materials Technologies. The article entitled “Isolation of Circulating Fetal Trophoblasts using Inertial Microfluidics for Non-Invasive Prenatal Testing” describes our initial work on using microfluidics to isolate circulating trophoblastic cells. First of many more to come on this exciting research topic.
Exciting news for Aidan as his contribution to the establishment and growth of Ferronova has been recognized through a nomination for a Prime Minister’s Prize for Science Nomination (New Investigator).
Congratulation and fingers crossed Aidan.
Congratulation to Duy for being awarded a Partnership Enabling Grant. This 33k grant will support the development of a solid-state biosensing technology in the prenatal care field. Duy will be supported in this endeavor by Prof Chris Chow and Prof Chris Saint.
What an exciting afternoon of scientific discussion!