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Improving outcomes for Australian patients and families with bone marrow failure related diseases through comprehensive clinicogenomic care and collaborative research.

2021-2024 (Fellowship): Improving outcomes for Australian patients and families with bone marrow failure related diseases through comprehensive clinicogenomic care and collaborative research. Dr Lucy Fox, Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre.

Dr Lucy Fox is the Bone Marrow Failure Fellow at the Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Centre and the Clinical Research Fellow at the Aplastic Anaemia Registry (AAR). Her research focus is both inherited and acquired Bone Marrow Failure Syndromes, including the genetic changes that occur in both of these conditions. She is the recipient of the Doctoral Degree Scholarship, and has completed her Doctor of Medical Science at the University of Melbourne.

This fellowship will support provision of expert genomic diagnostic testing and clinical care to patients with Bone Marrow Failure Syndromes. It will also support ongoing enrolment of patients to the Aplastic Anaemia and Other Bone Marrow Failure Syndromes Registry (AAR), Australian Marrow Failure Biobank, and facilitate clinical trial opportunities for Australian patients.

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Modelling consequences of cell abundance, heterogeneity and origin for autologous cell therapy in genetic Bone Marrow Failure Syndromes.

2020-2023 (Fellowship): Modelling consequences of cell abundance, heterogeneity and origin for autologous cell therapy in genetic Bone Marrow Failure Syndromes. Dr Parvathy Venugopal, Centre for Cancer Biology / University of South Australia. In ...

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Towards targeted treatments for Fanconi Anaemia 

2017 – 2019 Fellowship / 2017 Grant-in-Aid, Towards targeted treatments for Fanconi Anaemia, Associate Professor Wayne Crismani, St Vincents Institute for Medical Research Fanconi Anaemia is an inherited disorder which can lead to bone ...

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Novel blood biomarkers for predicting bone marrow failure in Myeloproliferative neoplasms. 

2019-2023 (co-funded Snowdome/Gunn Family/Maddie Riewoldt’s Vision) The Gunn Family National Fellowship for Career Development in Research – Women in Haematology. Novel blood biomarkers for predicting bone marrow failure in Myeloproliferative ...

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Novel immunological assessment of Aplastic Anaemia and post transplant Graft Dysfunction for the purposes of targeted therapeutic intervention.  

2019-2023 (Co-funded VCA/Maddie Riewoldt’s Vision International Travelling Fellowship): Novel immunological assessment of Aplastic Anaemia and post transplant Graft Dysfunction for the purposes of targeted therapeutic intervention. Dr ...

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