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Elin is an Associate Professor in Cancer Research and Deputy Director of the ECU Strategic Research Centre for Precision Health. She holds a Cancer Council of Western Australia Research Fellowship, leads the Melanoma Research Group, and conducts research on the development of liquid biopsies.
Prior to appointment at ECU, Elin worked at the National Institute for Communicable Diseases in South Africa; the Vaccine Research Center at the NIH, USA and the Duke Human Vaccine Institute, Duke University, USA. Elin’s previous research focused in immunology and virology before relocating to Edith Cowan University in 2011. Associate Professor Gray's current research aims to identify blood biomarkers for diagnosis and prognosis of melanoma and other cancers to guide treatment decisions. Her team utilises and develops novel liquid biopsies through the genetic analysis of circulating tumour cells, circulating tumour DNA and extracellular vesicles, to provide information on the tumour evolution and cancer development. In addition, Elin is interested in identifying mechanisms of drug resistance and developing better treatment strategies. Associate Professor Gray works in close collaboration with leading oncologists, pathologists and industry partners to translate these results into clinical application.
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