Fertile Journey: from sheep breeding to IVF babies…and beyond!

February 17, 2020
Check out this piece about Cartherics co-founder Alan Trounson which ran Sunday on ABC TV’s Landline. About 10 million babies...
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“From the Bench to Biotech”

December 6, 2019
Keen to see biotechnology make the leap from the laboratory to the marketplace? If so, join Cartherics CEO Professor Alan...
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Cartherics welcomes doctoral student Van Thi To

December 5, 2019
Listen to Van and Graham here : Hi from Van and Graham Pictured from left to right : Professor Richard Boyd...
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“Who mattered in 2019? When it comes to Science the answer is Cartherics Scientific Advisor Jacques Miller, according to The Age and The Sydney Morning Herald”.

December 3, 2019
Akshay Venkatesh: this Perth-raised mathematician and professor is "one of Australia’s greatest minds". Plus: Lisa Harvey-Smith and Jacques Miller. Good...
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Cartherics CEO Alan Trounson answers questions on treating cancer – ‘Can we enclose cancer before it spreads?’

November 26, 2019
As part of the Australian Academy of Technology and Engineering’s (ATSE) Ask an Expert series from our newsletter #TechKnow, Professor Alan Trounson...
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Recharging California’s Stem Cell Research Capacity

November 20, 2019
Image: Robert Klein is finalizing a ballot initiative that asks California voters to re-fund the state’s stem cell agency. MEDIANEWS...
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Cartherics CEO and IVF Pioneer Alan Trounson joins ABC RN’s Science Friction

October 25, 2019
A mystery and a minefield: in the 1980s, two Californian millionaires land in Melbourne hoping to have a child using...
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Cartherics Board Member Bryan Williams wins 2019 ICIS Distinguished Service Award

October 17, 2019
Bryan R. G. Williams, PhD, Hon. FRSNZ, FAA is honored with the 2019 ICIS Distinguished Service award in recognition of...
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Cartherics CEO Alan Trounson discusses how Precision Medicine is changing the DNA of health care

October 17, 2019
Precision Medicine - Changing the DNA of Health Care How precision medicine is changing the shape of health - by Alan...
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Happy 80th to Cartherics Scientific Advisor Irv Weissman

October 14, 2019
For more information click the link here ..... Cartherics CEO Alan Trounson to attend Irv Weissman's 80th Birthday Celebration Symposium...
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The Good Fight

September 19, 2019
ABC - Australian Story ..... When Newcastle radio host Jill Emberson was told she had terminal ovarian cancer, she opted...
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How ToolGen met Cartherics

September 16, 2019
To borrow from Louis Pasteur, ‘collaboration’ favours the prepared mind … and networking helps, as ToolGen’s Jae Young Lee well...
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Registrations now open !! : Eradicate Cancer 2020 Next frontiers in immunotherapy

September 13, 2019
https://www.eradicatecancer2020.org We are excited to announce that registrations & abstract submissions for Eradicate Cancer 2020 are now open! The field of...
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Australian Scientist wins “America’s Nobels”

September 10, 2019
Congratulations to Cartherics' Scientific Advisor Jacques Miller. He co-shares the 2019 Lasker Award for medical research. Australian scientist, Professor Jacques...
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Trials in Immune-Oncology

September 6, 2019
The expansion of immunotherapies is a key trend to watch in cancer research 28 August, Sophie Laurenson, PhD https://www.clinicallabmanager.com Immunotherapy...
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The Social Costs of Delaying Effective Cancer Treatment Using CAR-T Immunotherapy

September 5, 2019
CAR-T therapy can save lives and boost benefits to society … if it’s delivered promptly, says Cartherics CEO and Executive...
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MEETING ON THE MESA: Cartherics heads to California

September 3, 2019
By Leigh Dayton, 2 September 2019 Cartherics has been invited to present at the prestigious Cell & Gene Meeting on...
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Flow cytometry: The core characterisation technique for developing next-generation cancer immunotherapies

August 28, 2019
CAR-T immunotherapy involves genetically engineering T-cells with chimeric antigen receptors (CARs). FLOW cytometry uses antibodies tagged with fluorescent markers that...
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Monash University Student Open Day

August 27, 2019
A student development evening was held again this year on 26 August 2019 at Monash University Clayton where Professor Graham...
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Can an immune strategy used to treat cancer also wipe out HIV infections?

August 12, 2019
Drugs work stunningly well to control HIV—but not in everyone, and not without side effects. That's why a small cadre...
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