Dr Sameer Greenall is a Medical Research Fellow in the Blood Cancer Therapeutics laboratory of A/Prof Jake Shortt at the Department of Medicine, Monash University . Trained as an immunopathologist, he has become an expert in the analysis and application of antibody and small molecule based therepeutics against aggressive brain cancer and liver cancer and how cancers can resist these treatments. He is now applying his extensive expertise in antibody-receptor and therapeutics analysis to the discovery of new targets for Burkitt's lymphoma and liver cancer to better treat these diseases in the clinic.
Video presentation (1.33min) A/Prof Jake Shortt and Dr Sam Greenall talk about how they are working towards developing new therapies for haematological cancers. Published by BioCurate.
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