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Dr. Stephen Tong

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Monash University

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Monash University

Rear 399 Royal Parade (Mile Lane)

Parkville, Victoria 3052


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Monash is a dynamic and internationally recognised university with a long established tradition of providing excellence in education and research. Monash is one of the prestigious Group of Eight universities - Australia's leading research institutions. ... more

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Employment History

Master of Civil Enginnering

The University of Melbourne

Manager Assistant

Xiaofang construction company


Catholic Charities CYO


Medical Committee Member
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Developmental Biology

Bone Marrow Research Laboratories


Molecular Biology

University of Melbourne at the Bone Marrow Research Laboratories

medical degree

Monash University

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Associate Professor Stephen Ting

Research Officers
2016, Back row L-R: Assoc Professor David Curtis, Dr Stephen Ting, Middle row L-R: Dr Stefan Sonderegger, Ms Sarah Ghotb, Ms Loretta Cerruti, Dr Cedric Tremblay, Front row L-R: Ms Ashlee Conway,Ms Jesslyn Say, Ms Jacqueline Boyle, Absent: Dr Emma Toulmin, Ms Shilpa Berraka, Ms Lakshmi Krishnan, Dr Sung Kai Chiu.
PIs: Ting and Curtis.

Research at the Australian Centre for Blood Diseases [cached]

Stephen Ting

Dr Stephen Ting

The research, published in the ... [cached]

The research, published in the prestigious journal Obstetrics and Gynaecology, was led by MIMR's Associate Professor Terrance Johns, Melbourne University's Associate Professor Stephen Tong and Edinburgh University's Dr Andrew Horne.

In initial laboratory studies, Associate Professors Johns and Tong at MIMR found combining two drugs - methotrexate and gefitinib - showed exciting promise as a potential treatment for ectopic pregnancy.
Associate Professor Stephen Tong, who came up with the concept while working at MIMR, says the team have already begun an expanded clinical trial to validate these results more broadly.
"If verified, a significantly faster time to cure with this new treatment may not only be clinically beneficial, but could make medical treatment of ectopic pregnancies the preferred option economically instead of surgery," Associate Professor Tong said.
MIMR and Monash Health, along with Prince Henry's Institute and Monash University, are all partners of the Monash Health Translation Precinct (MHTP) which strengthens translational research capabilities in Melbourne's South East leading expedited delivery of improved patient care and clinical practice in an integrated and systematic manner.
Associate Professors Tong and Johns were supported by funding from the MIMR Flagship grant and the National Health and Medical Research Council of Australia.

Prince Henry's Institute: The role of a novel gene in placental development, function and pregnancy disorders [cached]

Dr Stephen Tong, Monash University, Southern Health, Melbourne

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