Andrew Roberts-Lab team

Andrew Roberts-Lab team

Lab team

My team is passionate about making a difference, so their work is team based and outcome focussed.

Seong Lin Khaw, Senior Research Officer, MB BS(Hons) Adelaide PhD Melbourne FRACP (Co-appointment as Paediatric Oncologist at Royal Children’s Hospital)
Project: Ongoing studies with BH3-mimetics for treatment of lymphoid malignancies

Christine White, Senior Postdoctoral Fellow, BSc(Hons) Adelaide PhD Monash

Jianan Gong, Postdoctoral Fellow, BSc(Hons) PhD Tsinghua (joint appointment with Huang Lab)
Project: Identifying what maintains multiple myeloma cell survival using novel genetic and chemical tools

Rachel Thijssen, Postdoctoral Fellow, BSc Fontys Hogescholen MSc Amsterdam PhD Amsterdam (joint appointment by Huang Lab)

Mary Ann Anderson, PhD Student, MB BS Melbourne FRACP FRCPA (joint appointmentwith Huang Lab; clinical haematologist)
Project: Trials and tribulations of therapeutic Bcl-2 inhibition

Sophie Lee, PhD Student, MB ChB Auckland FRACP FRCPA (jointly supervised by Dr Ashley Ng; clinical haematologist)
Project:  The Role of Dlk1 in Haematopoiesis, Malignancy and Angiogenesis

Edward Chew, PhD student, MB BS BMedSc Melbourne FRACP FRCPA (jointly supervised by Dr Ian Majewski; Clinical Haematologist)
Project: Genomics of AML

Eric Si, PhD Student BSc Cornell MS Buffalo MD SUNY Upstate (jointly supervised by Dr Ian Majewski)
Project: Determining the mechanisms of high-grade transformation in B-cell lymphoproliferative disorders

Diane Hanna, PhD Student
Project: Translational Studies in Paediatric High-Risk Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia (HR-ALL) to Identify Mechanisms of Therapeutic Resistance

Louise Cengia, Research Technician, BSc Tasmania
Project: BH3 mimetics for treatment of lymphoid malignancies

Angela Georgiou, Research Technician
Project: BH3 mimetics for treatment of lymphoid malignancies

Kylie Mason, Honorary Associate, MB BS PhD Melbourne FRACP FRCPA
Project: BH3 mimetics for treatment of lymphoid malignancies

Simon He, Visiting clinician, MB BS PhD Melbourne FRACP FRCPA
Project: Targeted therapies for haematological malignancies

Naomi Sprigg, Visiting Tissue Coordinator
Project: Tissue Banking

Greg Corboy, BBiology Auckland MB BS Auckland Visiting PhD student (primary supervisor Prof Paul Waring, The University of Melbourne)
Project: Genomics of AML

Super Content: 
Myeloma researchers in a lab

Our researchers have discovered that a new class of anti-cancer agents may be effective in treating multiple myeloma, an incurable bone marrow cancer.