2011 Research Equipment Grants Funded

 

Research Equipment Grants (REG)

Research Equipment Grants are directed to providing substantial funding for key research platforms, core equipment and capacities to enhance the cancer research effort in NSW. These grants will support capability development and greater levels of collaboration across the cancer research sector. Research Equipment Grants are open to members of Translational Cancer Research Centres.

 

Grant ID Recipient Project Title Administering Institution Funded
11/REG/1-01 Prof Christine Clarke High Speed Cell Sorter for Flow Cytometry Core Facility University of Sydney $550,000
11/REG/1-02 Prof Des Richardson Seahorse Extracellular Flux (XF) Analyzer for the Multi-Disciplinary Sydney Cancer Research Core Facility University of Sydney $315,000
11/REG/1-05 Prof Gary Halliday A small animal bioimaging facility for monitoring cancer cells and molecules in vivo University of Sydney $290,136
11/REG/1-06 A/Prof Richard Lock A high end multilaser flow cytometry analyser for the University of New South Wales/Children's Cancer Institute Australia Cancer Research Hub University of New South Wales $355,000
11/REG/1-07 Prof Peter Gunning Imaging cellular responses with super resolution microscopy and optical tweezers University of New South Wales $350,000
11/REG/1-08 Dr Greg Arndt Integrated high content imaging system for drug discovery University of New South Wales $650,000
11/REG/1-10 Dr Warren Kaplan High Performance Computing And Data Storage To Empower Cancer Researchers In NSW To Do Their Own Next-Generation Sequencing Analyses Garvan Institute of Medical Research $736,887
11/REG/1-11 A/Prof Mark Molloy Higher sensitivity and deeper proteome analysis for cancer research using the newest generation Orbitrap mass spectrometer Macquarie University $646,175
11/REG/1-13 Prof Philip Doble Three dimensional lymph node imaging: Improving detection of sentinel nodes to reduce false negatives University of Technology, Sydney $447,155
11/REG/1-14 Dr Michael Buckley The implementation of next generation sequencing in cancer genetic diagnosis South Eastern Sydney Local Health District $507,127
11/REG/1-15 Prof Roger Daly A triple quadrupole mass spectrometer for biomarker verification and validation and cancer systems biology. Garvan Institute of Medical Research $341,025
$5,188,505