Tumour Banking & Biospecimens Research Team

> Associate Professor Daniel Catchpoole, Research Group Leader, email: daniel.catchpoole@health.nsw.gov.au

New technology and data mining strategies mean it is now possible to paint a clear picture of the genetic profiles of tumours. This means cancers can be more accurately classified and treatments tailored to patients’ unique needs.

Dan is head of the Tumour Bank and one of the founding members of the Australian Biospecimens Network. He established microarray technology within the Children's Cancer Research Unit and continues to advance e-medicine approaches in cancer research and treatment. His research focuses on improving data visualisation to advance cancer pers acute lymphoblastic leukaemia and neuroblastoma, as well as cancer prone syndromes in children, namely Beckwith Wiedemann syndrome. More information can be found on Dan's University of Sydney profile page

> Other Research Team Members

  • Dr Li Zhou, Research Officer
  • Oksana Markovych, Hospital Scientist
  • Natalie Gabrael, Clinical Research Associate
  • Aysen Yuksel, Research Assistant