Phenomenal People

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Phenomics Australia is made possible by phenomenal people. Here we shine a spotlight on some of our staff members who go above and beyond for researchers; enabling high impact outcomes benefitting all Australians.

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Meet Tina Cardamone, the Manager for the Phenomics Australia Histopathology Node at The University of Melbourne. Tina’s “phenomenal superpower’ is multitasking. Click image to read more.

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Get to know Dr Andrew Kueh, Facility Head for the Phenomics Australia Melbourne Advanced Genome Editing Centre (MAGEC) node at Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical research. Andrew’s “phenomenal superpower” is finding simple solutions for complex problems. Click image to read more.

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We would like you to meet Emily Gracie a Histologist for the Phenomics Australia Histopathology node at The University of Melbourne. Emily’s “phenomenal superpower” is being detail orientated. Click image to read more.

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We are empowered by phenomenal people like Lin Tai, assistant for the Phenomics Australia Melbourne Advanced Genome Editing Centre (MAGEC) node at Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical research. Lin’s “phenomenal superpower” is cloning. Click image to read more.

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Meet Peta Burns the Senior Operations Officer at the Monash Genome Modification Platform (MGMP) at Monash University. Peta’s ‘phenomenal superpower” is organisation and coordination. Click image to read more.

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Meet Karla Cowley is a senior research assistant for the Phenomics Australia Victorian Centre for Functional Genomics at Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre. Karla’s “phenomenal superpower” is her willingness to try something new. Click image to read more.

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Meet Lona Dinha a histologist for the Phenomics Australia Histopathology node at the University of Melbourne. Lona’s “phenomenal superpower” is attention to detail. Click image to read more.

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Meet Dr Susanne Ramm is the 2iC Research Officer for the Phenomics Australia Victorian Centre for Functional Genomics at Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre. Susi’s “phenomenal superpower” is lateral thinking. Click image to read more.

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Get to know Aira Nuguid, Senior Histologist for the Phenomics Australia Histopathology Node at The University of Melbourne. Aira’s “phenomenal superpower” is curiosity. Click image to read more.

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Meet Jennii Luu the Lab Manager for the Phenomics Australia node Victorian Centre for Functional Genomics at Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre. Jennii’s “phenomenal superpower” is organisation. Click image to read more.

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Meet Sandie a Transgenic Coordinator for the Phenomics Australia SA Genome Editing Facility at SAHMRI/University of Adelaide. Sandie’s “phenomenal superpower” is microinjecting like a boss. Click image to read more.

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Robert Vary is a research assistant for the Phenomics Australia Victorian Centre for Functional Genomics at Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre. Rob’s “phenomenal superpower” is his always cheerful disposition. Click image to read more.

To learn more about the people behind Phenomics Australia, check Our Team page.

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