Friday, 21 June 2019
The work of Professor Parry Guilford and his team at the University of Otago has received a major funding boost with a $50,000 donation from the Hugo Charitable Trust to support their work on circulating tumour DNA (ctDNA) and cancer research.
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Distinguished Research Medal Lecture recorded
Professor Parry Guilford presented his Distinguished Research Medal Lecture:
Evolution, families and cancer (YouTube,1 Hour and 10 mins) at the College of Education Auditorium on Wednesday 22 November.
Seize opportunities urges Distinguished Research Medal recipient (Bulletin)
Other recorded events
Visit Healthier Lives researchers on 'The Cause of Cancer' to view two lectures, recorded in November 2017:
- Professor Parry Guilford: Genetics and how drugs can target those genes.
- Dr Chris Jackson: Keytruda from bench to bedside - The challenge of getting a breakthrough.
2017 Distinguished Research Medal winner Professor Parry Guildford can count among his many achievements the discovery of the first-known gene for inherited gastric cancer and the development of a simple-to-use non-invasive test for bladder cancer.