PhD FRMS FFSc(RCPA)
Cell biology of chronic inflammatory processes in cancer, retinal degeneration and renal disease. Cell debris clearing by macrophages, stimulation of pathologic angiogenesis, tumour cell motility and induction of fibrosis. Techniques include correlative light and electron microscopy (CLEM), immunocytochemistry, histochemistry, live cell time-lapse imaging and image based morphometry.
Broad Research Areas:
Pathology, Cell Biology and Gene Regulation, Cancer, Ophthalmology
B App Sc, FRMS, PhD, FFSc (RCPA)
Society Memberships & Professional Activities:
Royal Microscopical Society (FRMS), American Society for Cell Biology, European Microscopy Society, Society for Histochemistry, Australian Microscopy and Microanalysis Society, NSW Histotechnology Group
Specific Research Keywords:
Inflammation, Angiogenesis, Macrophage, Electron Microscopy, Immunohistochemistry
Lady Mary Fairfax Distinguished Researcher Award
In 2018 Murray was awarded this prestigious award that recognizes an individual with a long-standing career with significant research achievements who has contributed to the South Western Sydney Local Health District (SWSLHD). Research output as evidenced by publications, grants and/or awards, as well as coordinating, supervising and mentoring higher degree students within the SWSLHD.