Professor Philip Hogg

As Deputy Director, Phil has overall responsibility for the T1/T2 programs. Phil is also Chair of the Scientific Advisory Committee and T1/T2 Working Group.
ROLE
  • Governing Council
  • Scientific Advisory Committee
  • T1/T2 Working Group
  • Executive and Operations
  • Pilot and Seed Review Panel Chair

Background:  

Phil is an NHMRC Senior Principle Research Fellow. He graduated with a PhD in biochemistry from the University of Queensland in 1987. His post-doctoral training was in the USA and Sweden followed by visiting fellowships at Children's Hospital, Harvard University and the Dunn School of Pathology, University of Oxford. He currently holds the Sydney Catalyst Chair in Translational Cancer Research and is Director of the ACRF Centenary Cancer Research Centre at Centenary Institute.

Phil's passion is fundamental discovery cancer research that will improve the lives of our children and our children's children.

Research Interests:  

Phil discovered a chemical modification that controls certain cancer proteins. He is using this knowledge to develop new cancer diagnostics and therapeutics.