Scientific breakthrough: Susan Clark from the Garvan Institute of Medical Research and her team have for first the first time translated the methylome of breast cancer, finding distinct patterns associated with different types of breast cancer.

NBCF funding leads to ground breaking discovery for triple negative breast cancer

In front of the mural with Professor Susan Clark and her team. From the right - Professor Susan Clark, Dr Clare Stirzaker, Dr Fatima Valdes Mora, Dr Shalima Nair.

In front of the mural with Professor Susan Clark and her team. From the right - Professor Susan Clark, Dr Clare Stirzaker, Dr Fatima Valdes Mora, Dr Shalima Nair.

The art as science gallery wall. Taken from real cells and creating different views. Look for Bondi Beach which is actually fat cells.

The art as science gallery wall. Taken from real cells and creating different views. Look for Bondi Beach which is actually fat cells.

Looking at live breast cancer cells through the microscope with NBCF fellowship grant recipient Dr Fatima Valdes Mora.

Looking at live breast cancer cells through the microscope with NBCF fellowship grant recipient Dr Fatima Valdes Mora.

What an entrance. The double helix staircase.

What an entrance. The double helix staircase.

On our way to the Garvan. Everyone is excited!

On our way to the Garvan. Everyone is excited!

Touring the Epigenomics Lab - 12 genome coding machines collectively $12 million

Touring the Epigenomics Lab - 12 genome coding machines collectively $12 million

Garvan Institute Of Medical Research in Darlinghurst, NSW

See 20 photos from 73 visitors to Garvan Institute Of Medical Research.


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