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Linda BussPhD candidate

BBiomedSc(Hons) graduate

Email busli309@student.otago.ac.nz
Tel +64 3 364 0557

Research interests

Linda Buss is investigating exercise-mediated changes in the tumour microenvironment of melanoma and lung cancer.

Her supervisors are Associate Professor Gabi Dachs, Dr Margaret Currie, Dr Barry Hock and Professor Bridget Robinson.

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Publications

Buss, L. A., Mandani, A., Phillips, E., Scott, N. J. A., Currie, M. J., & Dachs, G. U. (2018). Characterisation of a mouse model of breast cancer with metabolic syndrome. In Vivo, 32(5), 1071-1080. doi: 10.21873/invivo.11348

Buss, L. A., & Dachs, G. U. (2018). The role of exercise and hyperlipidaemia in breast cancer progression. Exercise Immunology Review, 24, 8-23.

Buss, L. A., & Dachs, G. U. (2018). Voluntary exercise slows breast tumor establishment and reduces tumor hypoxia in ApoE-/- mice. Journal of Applied Physiology, 124(4), 938-949. doi: 10.1152/japplphysiol.00738.2017

Buss, L., Currie, M., Ang, A., Hock, B., & Dachs, G. (2018). Exercise reduces hypoxia and increases perfusion in tumours from mice with melanoma. Proceedings of the New Zealand Society for Oncology (NZSO) Conference. Retrieved from http://www.nzsoncology.org.nz/

Buss, L., Currie, M., Ang, A., Hock, B., & Dachs, G. (2018, August). T-cell distribution in melanoma from exercising mice. Verbal presentation at the Queenstown Molecular Biology (QMB) and Australasian Society for Immunology New Zealand Branch (ASI-NZ) Joint Meeting, Queenstown, New Zealand.

Journal - Research Article

Buss, L. A., Mandani, A., Phillips, E., Scott, N. J. A., Currie, M. J., & Dachs, G. U. (2018). Characterisation of a mouse model of breast cancer with metabolic syndrome. In Vivo, 32(5), 1071-1080. doi: 10.21873/invivo.11348

Buss, L. A., & Dachs, G. U. (2018). Voluntary exercise slows breast tumor establishment and reduces tumor hypoxia in ApoE-/- mice. Journal of Applied Physiology, 124(4), 938-949. doi: 10.1152/japplphysiol.00738.2017

Buss, L. A., & Dachs, G. U. (2018). The role of exercise and hyperlipidaemia in breast cancer progression. Exercise Immunology Review, 24, 8-23.

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Conference Contribution - Published proceedings: Abstract

Buss, L., Currie, M., Ang, A., Hock, B., & Dachs, G. (2018). Exercise reduces hypoxia and increases perfusion in tumours from mice with melanoma. Proceedings of the New Zealand Society for Oncology (NZSO) Conference. Retrieved from http://www.nzsoncology.org.nz/

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Conference Contribution - Verbal presentation and other Conference outputs

Buss, L., Currie, M., Ang, A., Hock, B., & Dachs, G. (2018, August). T-cell distribution in melanoma from exercising mice. Verbal presentation at the Queenstown Molecular Biology (QMB) and Australasian Society for Immunology New Zealand Branch (ASI-NZ) Joint Meeting, Queenstown, New Zealand.

Buss, L. A., & Dachs, G. U. (2017, July). Effects of exercise and hyperlipidaemia on the breast tumour microenvironment. Verbal presentation at the New Zealand Branch of the Australasian Society for Immunology (NZ ASI) Annual Scientific Meeting, Christchurch, New Zealand.

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