Dr Ulf Schmitz and Centenary Institute’s Gene & Stem Cell Therapy Program, led by Professor John Rasko AO, have – for the first time – discovered a common pattern in the process of gene regulation in humans, mice, dogs, chickens and zebrafish.
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First-time discovery of a common pattern in gene regulation could provide clues for new treatments for cancer and other diseases.
The Centenary Institute has raised nearly $260,000 to advance medical research in Australia, hosting a successful Foundation Dinner at the Art Gallery of New South Wales.
Congratulations Dr James Hudson from the University of Queensland 2017 Centenary Institute Medical Innovation Awards winner