Stem Cells

Research in the school aims to characterise cellular and molecular mechanisms that underlie stem cell behaviour in development and disease, leading to the identification and characterisation of innovative biomarkers and therapeutic targets.

Groups / Projects Research Lead Dept / Centre
Autologous stem cell therapies in Australia Associate Professor Megan Munsie Anatomy and Neuroscience
Cell state and cell fate: Systems biology approaches to understanding cell identity Professor Christine Wells Anatomy and Neuroscience
Cell/cell and cell/matrix adhesion in the regulation of tumour-initiating cells Associate Professor Frederic Hollande Pathology
Contemplating stem cells in society Dr Claire Tanner Anatomy and Neuroscience
Hime laboratory: Stem cell genetics Associate Professor Gary Hime
Anatomy and Neuroscience
How does Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) affect the infant brain? Associate Professor Ann Turnley Anatomy and Neuroscience
Molecular and cellular analysis of mammalian ovary development and disease Associate Professor Dagmar Wilhelm Anatomy and Neuroscience
Munsie laboratory: Ethical, legal and social implications of stem cell research Associate Professor Megan Munsie
Anatomy and Neuroscience
Patient voices: An analysis of patients’ information-based priorities and needs Associate Professor Megan Munsie Anatomy and Neuroscience
Quinn laboratory: Developmental cancer models Dr Leonie Quinn
Anatomy and Neuroscience
Regulators of plasticity and treatment response in colorectal cancer Associate Professor Frederic Hollande Pathology
Stem Cells
The Stemformatics Stem Cell Atlas Rowland Mosbergen Anatomy and Neuroscience
Turnley laboratory: Neural regeneration A/Prof Ann Turnley
Anatomy and Neuroscience
Wells laboratory: Stem cell systems Professor Christine Wells
Anatomy and Neuroscience
Wilhelm laboratory: Sex determination and disorders of sex development Associate Professor Dagmar Wilhelm
Anatomy and Neuroscience