A big congratulations to our PhD student Tom Johnson (pictured far left) who was the runner-up at the recent University of Sydney Faculty of Medicine and Health (FMH) three-minute thesis final. He will be representing FMH in the University of Sydney Final on 20 August, 2019. Tom’ talk: Patients suffering mesothelioma are afforded some of the […]Read More Congratulations to Tom, runner up in the three-minute thesis final
I am very excited to announce our new review paper which is out now in Front Cell Dev Biol [Link]. This is also the first paper from Dr Kamila Marzec who recently joined the lab. Great work! MASTL kinase is a master regulator of mitosis, essential for ensuring that mitotic substrate phosphorylation is correctly maintained. It […]Read More New Publication: The Oncogenic Functions of MASTL Kinase
Very exciting day to see this amazing work by the lab of Prof.Neil Watkins published in the prestigious Science Translational Medicine Journal. A huge amount of work for a lot of very talented people over many many years went into this study, and hopefully it will result in significant improvements for the treatment of lung […]Read More New Co-Author paper out now in SciTransMed: Inhibition of activin signaling in lung adenocarcinoma increases the therapeutic index of platinum chemotherapy
Great news, we have recently published a co-author paper in collaboration with Darren Saunders Lab entitled “The E3 ubiquitin ligase UBR5 regulates centriolar satellite stability and primary cilia”. The work was pioneered by a very talented student (now Doctor), Robert Shearer. You can access the full article here [Link] ABSTRACT Primary cilia are crucial […]Read More New Co-Author paper: The E3 ubiquitin ligase UBR5 regulates centriolar satellite stability and primary cilia
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? We are extremely excited to announce that ACCM 2019 will be on from June 17, 2019 – June 19, 2019 at the Powerhouse Museum in Sydney Australia. The 2019 Meeting will be our biggest and best meeting ever, and we have already secured 3 outstanding plenary…
Very excited to announce that our latest paper entitled “MASTL overexpression promotes chromosome instability and metastasis in breast cancer” has just been published online with Oncogene. You can access the full article for free here:https://www.nature.com/articles/s41388-018-0295-z Abstract MASTL kinase is essential for correct progression through mitosis, with loss of MASTL causing chromosome segregation errors, mitotic collapse […]Read More New Paper Published: MASTL overexpression promotes chromosome instability and metastasis in breast cancer
Great news, we are looking for a full-time research assistant or junior post-doctoral researcher. We are seeking a highly motivated BSc (Hons) graduate who is interested in pursuing a career in biomedical research with particular focus on cancer cell biology. The successful applicant will have demonstrated a high level of undergraduate achievement and applicants graduating with […]Read More Research Position (Full-time) Available Now.
Great news, we have a new co-author publication out in the journal Oncogene! The work was lead by Professor Neil Watkins, and is titled “The tumor suppressor Hic1 maintains chromosomal stability independent of Tp53”. You can access the full article here [Link] ABSTRACT: Hypermethylated-in-Cancer 1 (Hic1) is a tumor suppressor gene frequently inactivated by epigenetic […]Read More New Co-author Publication: Hic1 maintains chromosomal stability independent of p53
More great news, we have another co-author publication in the outstanding journal Gut. This fabulous work was pioneered by the very talented Dr Marina Pajic and her group at the Garvan Institute. We were very honoured to be involved in such amazing work. The title of the publication is “Tailored first-line and second-line CDK4-targeting treatment […]Read More New Co-Author Publication in Gut: CDK4 inhibitors for treatment of Pancreatic Cancer
Great news, we have published a co-authored paper entitled ‘Ensa controls S-phase length by modulating Treslin levels’ in the prestigious journal ‘Nature Communications’. This work was started back in 2011 when I was a Post-Doc in the laboratory of Anna Castro in France. It’s exciting to see those inital discoveries transition into the finished paper. The […]Read More New Co-Author Publication! Ensa controls S-phase length by modulating Treslin levels.