- Platform Technologies
Dr Sara Long from the Centre for Aquatic Pollution Identification and Management, Zoology’s Professor Mick Keough and Dr Allyson O’Brien and Metabolomics Australia’s Professor Malcolm McConville are developing new tools for monitoring estuarine pollution.
Dr Kathryn Tiedje, a malaria epidemiologist, visits Ghana several times per year to coordinate field research activities on behalf of the Day group and their collaborators from the University of Michigan (USA), Noguchi Memorial Institute for Medical Research (Ghana) and Navrongo Health Research Centre (Ghana).
About the Bio21 Stage 2B Project
The Bio21 Stage 2B Project will expand the Bio21 Institute’s multidisciplinary research, training and industry engagement and is directed at achieving the Institute’s ‘school to bench to workplace’ vision.