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Studies of a novel cancer gene with links to transcription

This project will investigate how a tumour suppressor implicated in a number of different malignancies functions to cause cancer. more...

Supervisor(s): Marsh, Deborah (Associate Professor)

Amino acid sensing mechanisms in human biology.

Amino acid sensing mechanisms determine how dietary protein regulates appetite and satiety, how feeding influences endocrine responses and how nutrition can direct cell fate in brea more...

Supervisor(s): Conigrave, Arthur (Professor)

Characterising changes in a proteome of islets and islet cell types during progression to type 2 diabetes

Characterizing changes in a proteome through pathogenesis of diseases can provide unparalleled insights into the mechanisms underpinning disease. In this project, using flow cytomet more...

Supervisor(s): Kebede, Melkam (Dr)

Developing Molecular biomarkers in sleep disorders

This project will explore potential biomarkers for a range of sleep disorders including obstructive sleep apnoea, insomnia and circadian phase disorders. more...

Supervisor(s): Phillips, Craig (Dr), Grunstein, Ron (Professor)

Melatonin as a treatment for Delayed Sleep Phase Disorder

The project will characterise the behavioural and physiological phenotype of DSPD and examine the efficacy of melatonin as a treatment for DSPD. more...

Supervisor(s): Grunstein, Ron (Professor)

High Density EEG measurement in sleep disorders

Study the electroencephalography during sleep and wake to phenotype patients with sleep disorders, and neurodegenerative or psychiatric disorders with sleep disturbance. more...

Supervisor(s): Grunstein, Ron (Professor)

Novel diagnostic methods and treatment in insomnia disorder

This project will develop clinically deployable methods for insomnia phenotyping and test treatments tailored to these phenotypes. more...

Supervisor(s): Grunstein, Ron (Professor)

Hepatic organ Tissue crosstalk

This project will investigate how the liver communicates with other organs. Of special interest is how this becomes disregulated during liver disease. Mouse models will be employed. more...

Supervisor(s): Hebbard, Lionel (Dr)

Molecular studies of thyroid cancer and cutaneous squamous cell carcinoma

Identification of novel genes and miRNAs as predictors of thyroid cancer progression. more...

Supervisor(s): McLennan, Susan (Dr)