How does sensing of DNA and DNA damage contribute to the development of cancer?

    Project: Research

    Project Details


    DFAT AAF Round 18 - Fellow nominees both from India :: The Fellowship proposal aligns with the priority area ofHeath and Health Security and is expected to generateseveral highly significant outcomes: 1. Provide new knowledge into cancer and disseminate world-leading solutions in high-impact scientific journals. 2. Identify DNA sensors as potential prognostic biomarkers, providing Australian and Indian patients first access to these tests worldwide. 3. Develop potentially new therapies targeting DNA sensors to treat colorectal cancer, allowing opportunities to engage with pharmaceutical companies and governments of both nations. 4. Attract the best young scientists with an interest in cancer research to work in Australia. 5. Promote future collaborations across pre-clinical and clinical disciplines between Australia and India. 6. Raise bowel cancer awareness, understand its risk factors and prevention in our regions.
    Effective start/end date1/09/2330/04/24


    • Commonwealth Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT): A$24,665.00


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