Our research is improving patient outcomes through the ethical application of biological data to inform and enhance personalised healthcare.
Our Centre aims to maximise an individual's quality of life by implementing a Precision Health model for the development of improved diagnostic, prognostic and tailored intervention strategies.
Edith Cowan University research into a blood test to better treat melanoma and lung cancer has won a highly sought after international grant.
Professor Wei Wang was awarded the European Association of Predictive, Preventive & Personalised Medicine (EPMA) Highest Recognition of Exceptional Achievements in International Networking award in the field of biomedical sciences.
The ongoing recruitment, training and completion of successful HDR students and their associated projects is fundamental to the realisation of both the Centre’s long-term vision and the growth and development of the next generation of biomedical researchers.
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