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The University of Queensland

Herston Road

Herston, Queensland 4006

Australia

Company Description

The University of Queensland established The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies (ATSIS) Unit in 1984 as a commitment to the learning, discovery and engagement of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. The ATSIS Unit strongly supports ... more

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Background Information

Affiliations

Member of the Committee and Deputy Head of the Molecular Genetics Division
NHMRC Research Tracker

Member
NIH Genitourinary Development Molecular Atlas Project

Member, Queensland Biotechnology Advisory Committee
Australian Institute of Company Directors

Founder
Nephrogenix Pty Ltd

Fellow At the Human Genetics Unit
The Royal Society

Member
Consultative Panel

Member
Strategic Review of Health and Medical Research

Member of the Strategic Reviews of Health and Medical Research
Australian Government's Wills and McKeon

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

Web References (199 Total References)


Cell Biology Forum - Institute for Molecular Bioscience - The University of Queensland, Australia

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10 Melissa Little (IMB)


Mini-kidneys successfully grown from stem cells - Institute for Molecular Bioscience - The University of Queensland, Australia

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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


Leadership - Institute for Molecular Bioscience - The University of Queensland, Australia

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Professor Melissa Little

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Professor Little was appointed as the Head of IMB's Genomics and Developmental Disease in 2013. She is one of a team of 14 laboratory heads and manages her own laboratory.
Professor Little completed her undergraduate and postgraduate studies at the University of Queensland. A Graduate of the Australian Institute for Company Directors, she established Nephrogenix Pty Ltd in 2001, she was a founding scientist of the Renal Regeneration Consortium and held the position of Chief Scientific Officer of the Australian Stem Cell Centre from 2007-2008.
Professor Little is currently a member of the NHMRC Research Committee and is an NHMRC Senior Principal Research Fellow.


Who we are » The Australasian Society for Stem Cell Research

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Vice President Melissa Little, University of Queensland


Who we are » The Australasian Society for Stem Cell Research

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Vice President Melissa Little, University of Queensland

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