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Prof Dean Nizetic
One of my long term research themes is the study of chromosome and gene dose effects (aneuploidy and haploinsufficiency) on cellular functions, specifically the phenotypic features of Down syndrome (DS), caused by just one extra copy of perfectly normal, chromosome 21. Other research areas include childhood Leukemia, Alzheimer's disease, Neurodegeneration and studies of mouse embryonic stem cells.
Dr Gregory Michael
The function and characterisation of neural cells and response of these cells to injury; how neurons react to inputs such as temperature, mechanical force, pH and ATP levels in tissues, ultimately resulting in a perception of pain; which cells are involved and how each may respond to different stimuli or under different conditions (i.e. during inflammation); the relief of chronic pain; methods of stimulating neuronal recovery following injury.