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Melissa H. Little

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The University of Queensland

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The University of Queensland

Herston Road

Herston, Queensland,4006

Australia

Company Description

The University of Queensland's School of Chemical Engineering is one of Australia's premier engineering schools, bringing together some of the world's leading engineering researchers. The highest priority is placed on strengthening our research expertise, pe...more

Background Information

Employment History

Professor, Kidney Tissue Research

ORGANOVO HOLDINGS, INC.


Vice President

Australasian Society for Stem Cell Research


Chief Scientific Officer

The Australian Stem Cell Centre Ltd


Affiliations

Nephrogenix Pty Ltd

Founder


Governance Committee of Stem Cells Australia

Member


NHMRC Research Tracker

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


NIH Genitourinary Development Molecular Atlas Project

Member


Australian Institute of Company Directors

Member, Queensland Biotechnology Advisory Committee


The Royal Society

Fellow At the Human Genetics Unit


Consultative Panel

Member


Strategic Review of Health and Medical Research

Member


Australian Government's Wills and McKeon

Member of the Strategic Reviews of Health and Medical Research


Wills

Member


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


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Meet our Fellows - Institute for Molecular Bioscience - The University of Queensland, Australia

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Senior Scientific Faculty

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Professor Melissa Little
Professor Little is Group Leader of the Renal Development and Disease Laboratory at the Institute for Molecular Bioscience (IMB), The University of Queensland (UQ). Her research focuses on the molecular genetics of kidney development and the causes of renal disease, with the aim of developing stem cell technology for use in kidney regeneration. She has published over 80 articles in this area. Professor Little established the Renal Regeneration Consortium, a panel of national experts that works towards developing novel strategies for kidney regeneration. A direct outcome of this initiative was the incorporation of Nephrogenix Pty Ltd, which is developing cell-based therapies for renal disease. Throughout her career, Professor Little's achievements have been recognised by awards such as the Australian Academy of Sciences Gottschalk Medal in Medical Sciences (2004), the GlaxoSmithKline Award for Research Excellence (2005), and the Smart State Smart Women Award (2006). In 2006, she was awarded a prestigious Eisenhower Fellowship, which recognised her contribution to both the commercial and academic sectors.


Senior Scientific Faculty

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Professor Melissa Little
Professor Little is Group Leader of the Renal Development and Disease Laboratory at the Institute for Molecular Bioscience (IMB), The University of Queensland (UQ). Her research focuses on the molecular genetics of kidney development and the causes of renal disease, with the aim of developing stem cell technology for use in kidney regeneration. She has published over 80 articles in this area. Professor Little established the Renal Regeneration Consortium, a panel of national experts that works towards developing novel strategies for kidney regeneration.


ISSCR : 2010 Annual Meeting

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Melissa H. Little, PhD
Professor Little is a Principal Research Fellow and leads the Renal Development and Disease Laboratory at the Institute for Molecular Bioscience, University of Queensland, Australia. She was also a Founding Scientist and Director of Nephrogenix Pty Ltd and held the position of Chief Scientific Officer at the Australian Stem Cell Centre from 2007-8. Read more. Her research focuses on the molecular genetics of kidney development and the causes of renal disease, with the aim of developing stem cell technology for use in kidney regeneration. Throughout her career, Professor Little’s achievements have been recognised by awards such as the GlaxoSmithKline Award for Research Excellence (2005), the Australian Academy of Sciences Gottschalk Medal in Medical Sciences (2004), and a prestigious Eisenhower Fellowship, which recognises her contribution to both the commercial and academic sectors. Complementing her research and commercial endeavours, Professor Little has been strongly involved in the development of medical research in Australia through her contribution to the Health and Medical Research Strategic Review and in the development of National Research Priorities for Australia.


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