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Gough Au

Post Doctoral Scientist, Newcastle Innovation
Newcastle, Australia

Research field: Biological Sciences - Virology
Oncolytic Virotherapy


Awards and Grants

  •  Jan 2010 
    Priority-driven Collaborative Cancer Research Scheme
  •  Jan 2009 
    Clive and Vera Ramaciotti Foundation Establishment Grant
  •  Jan 2008 
    University of Newcastle New Staff Grant
  •  May 2007 
    NHMRC Industry fellowship (2007-2011)
  •  Nov 2004 
    2004 AusBiotech Students Award for Excellence
  •  Jan 2001 
    Australian Post Graduate Award
  •  Dec 2000 
    University Medal

Biographical Information

Dr Gough Au is an early career researcher and currently appointed as a NHMRC Industry Research fellow (2007-2011). He is carrying out his four-year term in conjunction with The University of Newcastle and industry partner Viralytics Ltd. Gough's main research interest is in the development of naturally occurring viruses with selective anti-cancer properties, for the treatment of melanoma, multiple myeloma and malignant glioma.


Professional Experience

2011 - Present
Post Doctoral Scientist at Newcastle Innovation
Newcastle, Australia
May 2007 - May 2011
Post Doctoral Scientist at The University of Newcastle, Australia
Newcastle, Australia
Aug 2004 - May 2007
Research Director at The University of Newcastle Research Associates (TUNRA) now Newcastle Innovation
Newcastle, Australia

Feb 2001 - Sep 2005
The University of Newcastle, Australia
Doctor of Philosophy [Immunology & Microbiology]
Mar 2000 - Dec 2000
The University of Newcastle, Australia
Bachelor of Biomedical Science [Honours]
Mar 1997 - Dec 1999
The University of Newcastle, Australia
Bachelor of Biomedical Science
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Contact via Newcastle Innovation

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