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Dr Lisa Lincz has been conducting lab based research for the Hunter Haematology Research Group at Calvary Mater Newcastle since 1998. Her research interests combine a background in molecular biology with current knowledge of clinical haematology and a passion for discovering biomarkers of disease and response to treatment. Although her main focus was cancer biology in the earlier years of her career, this has slowly shifted towards an underlying theme of thrombosis and coagulation, with an emphasis on the role of circulating microparticles. Dr Lincz also holds a senior conjoint appointment at the University of Newcastle. Dr Lincz is the Chairperson of the Calvary Mater Newcastle Research Committee.
Genetic susceptibility to disease and treatment toxicity, Mechanisms of snakebite coagulopathy, Investigating the function of circulating microparticles, Investigating a novel target on the surface of leukaemia cells, Epigenetics of atherothrombotic disease.
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