Clare Scott-Lab team

Clare Scott-Lab team


The Scott laboratory has a strong emphasis on research that has potential for clinical translation.
Our relatively large laboratory is made up of a combination of clinician scientists, postdoctoral fellows, students and research assistants. We have a strong collaborative ethic and while the lab is working on two main projects – rare cancer and ovarian cancer – technical expertise and resources are shared between both groups.
There is a variety of expertise within the group including bioinformatics, genomics and cell biology. 


Holly Barker, Senior Postdoctoral Fellow, BA/BSc(Hons) PhD Melbourne

Cassandra Vandenberg, Senior Postdoctoral Fellow, BSc(Hons) PhD Otago

Genevieve Dall, Postdoctoral Fellow, BSc(Hons) PhD Monash

Ksenija (Kas) Nesic, Postdoctoral Fellow, BSc(Hons) MSc PhD Melbourne

Kristy Shield-Artin, Postdoctoral Fellow, BSc(Hons) PhD Deakin

Damien Kee, Clinical Research Fellow, MB BS Melbourne

Kathy Barber, Research Assistant

Amandine Carmagnac, Research Assistant, BTS Biotech(Hons) Bordeaux

Ratana Lim, Research Assistant, BSc(Hons) PhD Melbourne

Silvia Stoev, Research Assistant

Nirasha Bound, PhD Student, BSc(Hons) La Trobe

Anthony Hadla, PhD Student, BBiomedSc(Hons) Melbourne

Imalki Kariyawasam, PhD Student, MBiomedSc Melbourne

Elizabeth Kyran, Visiting PhD Student Cambridge, BSc(Hons) Melbourne

Joshua Tram, Medical Student

Super Content: 
Two female scientists in a laboratory

Research led by Institute scientists is helping to match ovarian cancer patients with the right treatment for their cancer.