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Dr. Sarah Ellis: Dr. Sarah Ellis is a cancer researcher whose primary focus has been the hematopoietic stem and progenitor cell niche, specifically the relationship between bone, stem and progenitor cells, and the vasculature in a non-ablated murine setting. More recently, Dr Ellis has exploited genetic mouse models of hematopoietic malignancies and solid tumors to study the role of polarity proteins in hematopoietic cancers. Dr Ellis completed a BSc.(Hons) degree, a M.Sc. degree and her PhD at the University of Melbourne, Australia. Her passion for understanding cancer has underpinned her career choices. She is the head of the world-class microscopy and histology core facility and a member of the Cancer Immunology Program in Australia’s largest comprehensive cancer centre, the Peter MacCallum. The core facility supports many different cancer research projects and is the perfect platform for Dr Ellis’ own research. Dr Ellis enjoys pushing technology to its limits and designing new protocols to address questions pivotal to her research. Dr Ellis ultimate aim is to discover therapeutic targets to combat cancer and/or improve longevity of patients suffering from cancer.
8/21/2014 » 8/24/2014
ISEH 43rd Annual Scientific Meeting - Montréal, Canada