Please join us in the McCusker Auditorium for a presentation by Dr Dane Cheasley from the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre
Dr Cheasley will be speaking about ‘High throughput drug discovery for patients with low-grade serous ovarian cancer’.
Dr Dane Cheasley is a Senior Research Scientist within the Women’s Cancer Program at the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre, Victoria. Dane leads his own research team within Professor Ian Campbell’s laboratory, with a focus on using genome-wide and high-throughput drug technologies to answer clinical and biological questions in rare and understudied ovarian cancers.
Dane is a Victorian Cancer Agency Mid-Career fellow and was recently awarded funds through the MRFF, CASS foundation and Therapeutic Innovation Australia to research the application of high-throughput synergistic drug combinations to treat patients with low-grade serous ovarian cancer.
Dane actively contributes to the field of breast and ovarian cancer research, and was recently welcomed as an ambassador for the Australian Gynaecological Cancer Foundation.
You are invited to attend in person in the auditorium. If you cannot make it, the seminar will also be accessible via Zoom.
Download this flier for more information and a map of QEII Medical Centre, with parking.
Please note, this seminar will start at 11am with a light lunch following in the foyer at 12noon.
Date and time
Thursday 2 February 2023
11.00am – 12.00pm
Harry Perkins Institute of Medical Research
QEII Medical Centre
6 Verdun Street, Nedlands 6009
Or join us online here.
(This presentation will be broadcast on Zoom. You can download the Zoom App here.)