Collaborations

Our research team is well positioned with world class facilities, and a tissue bank of over 3000 patient samples. This facilitates our team to maintain an extensive program of local and international collaborations with other research centres:

Australia

  • Royal Children’s Hospital
  • Doherty Institute
  • Peter MacCallum Cancer Institute.
  • Monash University
  • St Vincent’s Medical Research Institute
  • Epworth Hospital
  • Latrobe University
  • Hudson Institute of Medical Research
  • Bio 21 Institute
  • RMIT
  • University of Melbourne
  • Walter and Eliza Hall Institute

North America

  • University of California
  • Albert Einstein College of Medicine, New York.

Sweden

  • Karolinska Institute, Stockholm

Collaborations

  • Professor Jan-Inge Henter – Karolinska Institute, Stockholm (LCH project)
  • Professor Peter Moore – University of California (LCH project)
  • Professor Paul Jubinsky – Albert Einstein College of Medicine, New York (chemo-sensitivity testing)
  • Dr Marty Campbell – Royal Children’s Hospital, Melbourne (LCH project)
  • Professor Dale Godfrey – Doherty Institute (LCH project)
  • Dr Daniel Pellicci – Doherty Institute
  • Professor Damian Purcell – Doherty Institute (Murine HCV project)
  • Dr Daniel Gray – T cells and micro-environment
  • Prof Rob Ramsay – Peter MacCallum Cancer Institute (CRC project)
  • Dr Laura Mackay – Peter Doherty Institute (Broad immunology project)
  • Dr Stephen Daley – Monash University (Broad Immunology project)
  • Dr Stuart Mannering – St Vincent’s Medical Research Institute
  • Associate Professor Tom Jobling – Monash Medical Centre and Epworth Hospital (Ovarian cancer project)
  • Dr David Greening – LIMS, Latrobe University (Ovarian Cancer Project)
  • Dr Jock Findlay – Hudson Institute of Medical Research (Ovarian Cancer Project)
  • Dr Nick Williamson – Bio 21 Institute (Ovarian and CLL Projects)
  • Dr Nheim Tran – RMIT (Ovarian Cancer Project)
  • Dr Rodney Luwor – University of Melbourne (Ovarian Cancer Project)
  • Dr Christopher Burns – Walter and Eliza Hall Institute (Ovarian Cancer Project)