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Prof. Melissa H. Little

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Phone: +61 *********  
Email: m***@***.au
Local Address:  Brisbane , Queensland , Australia
The University of Queensland
Herston Road
Herston , Queensland 4006
Australia

Company Description: The University of Queensland Library's mission is to link people with information, enabling the University of Queensland to achieve excellence in teaching,...   more
Background

Board Memberships and Affiliations

Education

  • Australian Institute of Company Directors
  • University of Queensland
  • Medical Sciences
    Australian Academy of Sciences Gottschalk Medal
  • Bachelor of Science with Honours
    The University of Queensland
  • Ph.D.
    Institute for Molecular Bioscience
  • PhD
    UQ
  • PhD , Biochemistry
    The University of Queensland
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Web References
IMB News - Institute for Molecular Bioscience - The University of Queensland, Australia
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Professor Melissa Little, Minister Ian Walker and Professor Justin Cooper-White at the announcement of the agreement with Organovo.
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Professor Melissa Little will share her research into using lab-grown organs to understand kidney disease.
Organoids offer stem cell experts a window into kidney disease
14 April 2014 A University of Queensland researcher will explain how she is using organoids, lab-grown models of human organs, to better understand kidney disease in a live public webcast and question time at 7am AEST Wednesday April 1...
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New GDD Division Head Professor Melissa Little (centre) with outgoing division heads Professor Peter Koopman (left) and Professor Mark Ragan (right)
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16 December 2013 Professor Melissa Little and her lab have grown a kidney using stem cells, paving the way for improved treatments for patients with kidney disease.
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Professor Melissa Little
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Ms Amber Williamson, kidney disease advocate, Professor Melissa Little and Minister the Hon. Ian Walker MP.
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Professor Melissa Little (left) with lab members and coauthors Jessica Vanslambrouck and Minoru Takasato
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Professor Melissa Little, who was awarded over $3M for kidney research.
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Professor Melissa Little
Expert panel announced for health and medical research review
27 September 2011 Two University of Queensland researchers have been chosen as part of an expert panel to conduct an independent review on health and medical research in Australia. Professor Melissa Little, from UQ's Institute ...
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Professor Melissa Little
Professor Melissa Little and ...
www.imb.uq.edu.au [cached]
Professor Melissa Little and her team from Murdoch Childrens Research Institute (MCRI) and The University of Queensland (UQ) first grew a mini-kidney in a dish in 2013.
"The first mini-kidney we grew only contained two key cell types," Professor Little said.
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Professor Little, who moved from UQ's Institute for Molecular Bioscience (IMB) to MCRI this year, said the breakthrough could allow the use of mini-organs to screen drugs to treat kidney disease or find out if a new drug is likely to injure the kidney.
"The mini-kidney we have been able to grow this time is very complex and more like the real organ," Professor Little said.
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"Making stem cells from patients with kidney disease, and then growing a mini-kidney that matches the patient, will help us understand that patient's disease and develop treatments for them," Professor Little said.
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Professor Melissa Little, 0427 770 386; Bronwyn Adams, IMB Communications, (07) 3346 2134, 0418 575 247, b.adams@uq.edu.au
CSHAsia 2010 Conference on Molecular Switches and Genome function in Stem Cells & Development
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Melissa Little, University of Queensland, Australia
IMB News - Institute for Molecular Bioscience - The University of Queensland, Australia
imb.uq.edu.au [cached]
Professor Melissa Little, Minister Ian Walker and Professor Justin Cooper-White at the announcement of the agreement with Organovo.
...
Professor Melissa Little will share her research into using lab-grown organs to understand kidney disease.
Organoids offer stem cell experts a window into kidney disease
14 April 2014 A University of Queensland researcher will explain how she is using organoids, lab-grown models of human organs, to better understand kidney disease in a live public webcast and question time at 7am AEST Wednesday April 1...
...
New GDD Division Head Professor Melissa Little (centre) with outgoing division heads Professor Peter Koopman (left) and Professor Mark Ragan (right)
...
16 December 2013 Professor Melissa Little and her lab have grown a kidney using stem cells, paving the way for improved treatments for patients with kidney disease.
...
Professor Melissa Little
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Ms Amber Williamson, kidney disease advocate, Professor Melissa Little and Minister the Hon. Ian Walker MP.
...
Professor Melissa Little (left) with lab members and coauthors Jessica Vanslambrouck and Minoru Takasato
...
Professor Melissa Little, who was awarded over $3M for kidney research.
...
Professor Melissa Little
Expert panel announced for health and medical research review
27 September 2011 Two University of Queensland researchers have been chosen as part of an expert panel to conduct an independent review on health and medical research in Australia. Professor Melissa Little, from UQ's Institute ...
...
Professor Melissa Little
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