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Dr

Elizabeth Hinde

Jacob Haimson & Beverly Mecklenburg Lecturship
Physics
humans
animals
mice
science & technology
microscopy, fluorescence
diffusion
chromatin
protein transport
cell nucleus
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Dr

Elizabeth Hinde

 
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Dr

Elizabeth Hinde

 

Elizabeth Hinde is currently the Jacob Haimson Beverly Mecklenburg Lecturer in the School of Physics, University of Melbourne, and holds a joint appointment with the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology as an NHMRC Career Development Fellow. In 2010 Elizabeth completed her PhD in fluorescence spectroscopy at the University of Melbourne and was then recruited to the University of California, Irvine, USA to pursue a post-doctoral fellowship under the mentorship of Professor Enrico Gratton.

In the Gratton lab (2010-2013) Elizabeth developed methods based on fluorescence correlation spectroscopy (FCS) and fluorescence lifetime imaging microscopy (FLIM) to quantify chromatin dynamics in live cells. With the aim of applying this technology to cell biology, Elizabeth returned to Australia as a UNSW Vice Chancellor Fellow (2013-2015) and a Cancer Institute NSW Early Career Fellow (2015-2016) within the EMBL Australia node for Single Molecule Science, University of New South Wales (UNSW). Under the mentorship of Prof. Katharina Gaus, Elizabeth established a research program at UNSW which investigated live cell nuclear organisation. Collectively, Elizabeth's work has been recognised by the US Biophysical Society with the 2014 Young Fluorescence Investigator Award and the Australian Society of Biophysics with the 2016 McAulay-Hope Prize for Original Biophysics.

Scholarly Works

Displaying the 34 most recent scholarly works by Elizabeth Hinde.

Honours, Awards and Fellowships

2018

Illumina Mid Career Award for Research in Science

Lorne Genome

2016

McAulay-Hope Prize for Original Biophysics

Australian Biophysical Society

2014

The Young Fluorescence Investigator Award

US Biophysical Society

2017

NHMRCF - NHMRC Fellowship


2015

CINSW ECF - Cancer Institute NSW Early Career Fellowship


2013

UNSW VCF - University of New South Wales Vice Chancellor Fellowship


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Awards

Credentials

Positions


Jacob Haimson & Beverly Mecklenburg Lecturship

Physics

Research Fellow

Biochemistry And Molecular Biology

Member

Australian Society for Biophysics

Member

US Biophysical Society

Education


Post Doctoral Fellow Biophysics

University of California - Irvine

PhD Fluorescence Spectroscopy

University of Melbourne

Master of Painting Conservation

University of Melbourne

Bachelor of Science

Australian National University