Research Equipment Grants

450TurnItUp

Awarded by the Cancer Institute of NSW and Supported by Sydney Catalyst:

In 2015

  • Harnessing multiplexing technology to advance personalised medicine, David Croucher, Garvan Institute.
  • Single Cell Genomics for Cancer Research, Chris Goodnow, Garvan Institute.
  • Standardised Genome Analyses for Every Cancer Researcher in NSW, Warren Kaplan, Garvan Institute
  • Portable Infrared Spectroscopy Equipment for Cancer Diagnosis, Research into Prevention of Cancer by Understanding the Role of Diet, and for Drug Development and Studies on Efficacy, Peter Lay, University of Sydney
  • Biacore T200 Molecular Interaction Analysis System for the Open Access, Multi-Disciplinary Sydney Cancer Research Core Facility, Des Richardson, University of Sydney

 

In 2014

  • High-throughput Cytometry for Cancer Research, Chris Ormandy, Garvan Institute

 

In 2013

  • Implementing next generation sequencing of advanced lung cancer and melanoma in clinical practice, Sandra O'Toole, RPAH.
  • A mobile imaging platform to further transform breast cancer imaging research in NSW initiated by BREAST, Patrick Brennan, University of Sydney
  • BioMark HD High-throughput Real Time & Digital PCR System for the Open Access, Multi-Disciplinary Sydney Cancer Research Core Facility, Des Richardson, University of Sydney
  • Preparation of PET Radiopharmaceuticals for Imaging Cancer, Andrew Katsifis, RPAH.
  • Finding Patients Like Mine. A Computer Storage Cluster For Analysing Trillions Of Genome Datapoints To Guide Patient Therapy And Cancer Research, Warren Kaplan, Garvan Institute.
  • CyTOF mass cytometry platform, Barbara Fazekas de St Groth, Centenary Institute.