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Ben Crossett

  • PhD
  • Manager
  • University of Sydney
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Dr Crossett began his scientific career at the University of Manchester, gaining a BSc(Hons) in Biochemistry, followed by a PhD at the University of Cambridge under the mentorship of Dr F Stewart, in which he characterised a novel uterine protein in mares. He completed post-doctoral research at Imperial College, London investigating protein based tumour therapies and subsequently utilised a proteomics-based approach to discover novel anti-microbial and vaccine targets in Burkholderia pseudomallei. In 2004, he became the Research Fellow in Proteomics and Manager of Sydney Mass Spectrometry.

Recent publications

  • Aqueous peat extract exposes rhizobia to sub-lethal stress which may prime cells for improved desiccation tolerance

    • Atieno M
    • Wilson N
    • Casteriano A
    • et al.
  • Cryopreservation and egg yolk medium alter the proteome of ram spermatozoa

    • Pini T
    • Rickard J
    • Leahy T
    • et al.

Professional experience


University of Sydney

July 2004 - Present



University of Cambridge

December 1994 - December 1996(2 years)

Victoria University of Manchester

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