I am a group leader at the School of Medical Sciences and a visiting group leader at the Garvan Institute of Medical Research. My research program uses state-of-the-art technology in the field of "single cell omics" to tackle hard-to-crack problems of cancer treatment. My focus is pancreatic cancer and other solid tumours. The main goal of the lab is to tailor treatment for each patient.
Cancer Council NSW
Cellular Genomics Futures Institute grant
CAG Cancer grant
I have received the 2019 Pathfinders Award for the work of developing a device that enriches CTCs from the blood of cancer patients.
For more information please visit www.faridanilab.com.