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Noralyn Mañucat-Tan is an early career researcher at Flinders University. She is currently investigating protein misfolding and how this process relates to diseases and the functional role of a receptor and chaperone protein in brain cancer. Noralyn completed her Ph.D. in Medical Science at the University of South Australia where she studied misfolded proteins linked to Alzheimer’s disease. She completed her master’s degree at Kyoto University (Kyoto, Japan), where her interest in brain neurodegenerative disease and brain cancer has begun when she investigated the role of protein transporters that are potential biomarkers for the diseases.


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