Meet our women scientists
The research interests of our women principal investigators
Cancer; cancer diagnostics (biomarkers and imaging); cancer therapeutics (including biologicals) and vaccines; cellular mechanisms (including tumour microenvironment, angiogenesis and metastasis); molecular mechanisms; endocrine action in cancer; haematology; cell biology and microscopy; cellular and molecular biology in musculoskeletal systems; genetics and epigenetics musculoskeletal oncology; musculoskeletal oncology; musculoskeletal sciences (direct-entry); surgical sciences.
Cardiovascular sciences; epidemiology and clinical trials; vascular disease; surgical science and practice; translational medicine and medical technology; translational medicine and medical technology: imaging; surgical sciences.
Cardiovascular sciences; epidemiology and clinical trials; vascular disease; design of patient pathways and clinical support systems; primary care and general practice; evidence based practice; epidemiology and health care delivery; surgical science and practice; translational medicine and medical technology; surgical sciences; telemedicine.
Diabetes, endocrinology and metabolism; immunology; innate immunity and inflammation; immunology: transplantation and tolerance; surgical science and practice; translational; medicine and medical technology; translational medicine and medical technology: stem cells and cell therapy; infection immunology and translational medicine; surgical sciences.
Molecular pathology; design of protocols for tissue-handling; urology; tissue banking for cancer; tissue microarrays (TMA); epithelial mesenchymal transformation in prostate cancer; digital pathology, image analysis and algorithm development; unsupervised machine learning in prostate and other cancers.
Global health; fetal counselling; neonatal surgery; paediatric tumour surgery; paediatric thoracic surgery; specialist gastrointestinal surgery.