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Research Fellow

Surgical Infection Research Group Scientific Leader 

Macquarie Medical School

Awarded PhD in molecular microbiology at the University of Sydney in 2005 with 16 years of research experience on medical related bacterial biofilms and infection control:

  • Biofilms in medical implants and medical devices
  • Biofilms on hospital surfaces and healthcare environment
  • Biofilms in chronic wound,diabetic foot infections and cystic fibrosis lung infections
  • Bacterial biofilms causing breast implant-associated anaplastic large cell lymphoma and oral cancer

• Published over 70 scientific research papers and reviewed over 90 scientific research papers
• Presented in over 30 scientific conferences locally and internationally

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Education/Academic qualification

Molecular Microbiology, PhD, Molecular typing and evolution of Salmonella enterica serovar Typhimurium, University of Sydney

Mar 1999Mar 2005

Award Date: 3 Sept 2005

Higher Education, Graduate Certificate, Motivating cooperative project-based learning: benefits and problems, University of Sydney

Feb 2001Dec 2001

Award Date: 1 Dec 2001

Microbiology, Bachelor of Life Science, Duchenne muscular dystrophy DNA-based diagnostic studies, Fudan University

Sept 1986Jul 1990

Award Date: 15 Jul 1990

External positions

Visiting Scholar, University of Chicago

Aug 2017Sept 2017

Research Associate, Westmead Hospital, University of Sydney

Jan 2010Jan 2011

Research Academic, University of Sydney

Jul 2006Dec 2009


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