CENTRE FOR TRANSLATIONAL PATHOLOGY
Grant number: 1034301 | Funding period: 2012 - 2016
The Centre for Translational Pathology Research and Training is a collaborative network involving nine hospitals and research institutes affiliated with The University of Melbourne. It's goal is train a cadre of molecular pathologists experienced in collaborative multidisciplinary research who can effective translate research discoveries and inventions in to clinically useful diagnostic tests that will enable oncologists to individualise treatment decisions for patients with cancer, based on the unique biology of the individual's tumour.
Related publications (2)
Exploring the feasibility and utility of exome-scale tumour sequencing in a clinical setting
Belinda Lee, Ben Tran, Arthur L Hsu, Graham R Taylor, Stephen B Fox, Andrew Fellowes, Renata Marquis, Jennifer Mooi, Jayesh Desai, Ken Doig, Paul Ekert, Clara Gaff, Dishan Herath, Anne Hamilton, Paul James, Andrew Roberts, Ray Snyder, Paul Waring, Grant McArthur
BACKGROUND: Technology has progressed from single gene panel to large-scale genomic sequencing. This is raising expectations from ..
High-Throughput Amplicon-Based Copy Number Detection of 11 Genes in Formalin-Fixed Paraffin-Embedded Ovarian Tumour Samples by MLPA-Seq
Olga Kondrashova, Clare J Love, Sebastian Lunke, Arthur L Hsu, Paul M Waring, Graham R Taylor
Whilst next generation sequencing can report point mutations in fixed tissue tumour samples reliably, the accurate determination o..