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Melissa H. Little

Professor

Stem Cells Australia

Email: m***@***.au

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Stem Cells Australia

Australia

Company Description

Stem Cells Australia has been established by the University of Melbourne, Monash University, University of Queensland, University of New South Wales, Walter and Eliza Hall Institute for Medical Research, Victor Chang Cardiac Research Institute, Florey Neurosci...more

Background Information

Affiliations

Nephrogenix Pty Ltd

Founder


The Australian Academy of Health and Medical Sciences

Fellow


NHMRC Research Tracker

Member of the Committee and Deputy Head of the Molecular Genetics Division


NIH Genitourinary Development Molecular Atlas Project

Member


National Health and Medical Research Council

Professor


Australian Institute of Company Directors

Member, Queensland Biotechnology Advisory Committee


Governance Committee of Stem Cells Australia

Member


GUDMAP

Consortium Member


Centre for Rare Diseases at the University of Queensland

Founder


Australian Government

Member of the Strategic Review of Health and Medical Research


Renal Regeneration Consortium

Founder


Consultative Panel

Member


Strategic Review of Health and Medical Research

Member


Wills

Member


The Royal Society

Fellow


Education

Australian Institute of Company Directors


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(179 Total References)


Our Investigators

www.stemcellsaustralia.edu.au [cached]

Professor Melissa Little has a long history in the field of kidney developmental biology, having associated mutations in the WT1 gene with Denys Drash syndrome and sporadic Wilms' tumour, and is a pioneer in the field of renal stem cell biology and renal regeneration.
She has published over 165 journal articles including publications in high impact international journals including Nature, Science, Nature Cell Biology, Nature Protocols, Nature Genetics, Cell Stem Cell and Cell Developmental Cell.


Asha Serpless - Stem Cells Australia

www.stemcellsaustralia.edu.au [cached]

Asha also acts as Prof Little's assistant in her role as Program Leader of Stem Cells Australia.


Our Investigators

www.stemcellsaustralia.edu.au [cached]

Professor Melissa Little has a long history in the field of kidney developmental biology, having associated mutations in the WT1 gene with Denys Drash syndrome and sporadic Wilms' tumour, and is a pioneer in the field of renal stem cell biology and renal regeneration.
She has published over 165 journal articles including publications in high impact international journals including Nature, Science, Nature Cell Biology, Nature Protocols, Nature Genetics, Cell Stem Cell and Cell Developmental Cell.


www.stemcellsaustralia.edu.au

Prof Melissa Little, The University of Queensland
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What you need to know about scientists fixing mutant genes - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

www.abc.net.au [cached]

According to professor Melissa Little, a program leader at Stem Cells Australia and a professor of paediatrics at the University of Melbourne, pointed out modifying human embryos in this fashion "is not legal here or in most countries".


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