Kristi is an early career researcher and National Manager of the Primary Care Collaborative Cancer Clinical Trials Group (PC4). Kristi studied Laboratory Medicine at RMIT University and completed her PhD in comparative oncology, focused on the suitablility of canine mammary tumours as a natural model for breast cancer in women.
Her research interests include the role of social media in cancer in primary care and effective consumer engagement in the development of cancer in primary care research.
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Canine Mixed Mammary Tumour as a Model for Human Breast Cancer with Osseous Metaplasia
Localization of parathyroid hormone-related protein and its receptor in MIN6 cells, a mous..
Expression of Wnt signaling skeletal development genes in the cartilaginous fish, elephant..
Displaying the 6 most recent scholarly works by Kristi Milley.
Expression of Wnt signaling skeletal development genes in the cartilaginous fish, elephant shark (Callorhinchus milii)
Damian G D'Souza, Kesha Rana, Kristi M Milley, Helen E MacLean, Jeffrey D Zajac, Justin Bell, Sydney Brenner, Byrappa Venkatesh, Samantha J Richardson, Janine A Danks
Journal article | 2013 | General and Comparative Endocrinology
Honours, Awards and Fellowships
Best Oral Presentation
Travel Bursary to present at and attend Ca-PRI 2017 in Edinburgh Scotland
Australasian Association for Academic Primary Care (AAAPC)
Veterinary Cancer Society
Histology Group Victoria
Doctor of Philosophy (Laboratory Medicine)
Bachelor of Applied Science (Laboratory Medicine)