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Research Biography

Following a post-doctoral period where I studied lysosomes using the then novel technique of Proteomics, I moved to Flinders and shortly after, established the Flinders Proteomics facility in 2002.  Following further post-doctoral research, I was awarded the Sir Mark Oliphant fellowship using Proteomics to study neurodegeneration. I currently manage the Proteomics facility and a small research team which uses Proteomics to study allergy and antibodies.

Research Interests

  • Proteomics to study neurodegeneration
  • Proteomics to study allergy and antibodies

Research Expertise

Proteomics

Completed Supervisions

Principal Supervisions:
  • Parkinson's disease, Multiple System Atrophy, Mass Spectrometry, VAMP2 (1)
  • Proteomics, Purification, Lewy body, Parkinson's disease, Multiple system atrophy, Glial cytoplasmic inclusion, mass spectrometry (1)
Associate Supervisions:
  • Claudication, Calpain, Muscle, ELISA (1)
  • ELISA, Motor neurone disease (1)
  • Mass spectrometry, Biotechnology, Saponin (1)
  • Mitochondria, mutation, PCR (1)
  • Proteomics, Actinobacteria, Mass Spectrometry, Biocontrol, Agriculture (1)

Supervision

  • Registered

Research Areas

  • Molecular biosciences

Supervisory Interests

  • Proteomics
  • Neuroscience

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