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Gough Au

  • Post Doctoral Scientist
  • Newcastle Innovation
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Research interests

protein purificationtangential flow filtrationcell culturemanufacturingpre-clinical mouse models of cancercancer biologyPicornaviridaevirologyOncolytic Virotherapy

About

Dr Gough Au is a senior post doctoral researcher for Newcastle Innovation having completed his NHMRC Industry Research fellowship (2007-2011). He conducts research as a conjoint of 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.

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Publications

Novel marker for recombination in the 3'-untranslated region of members of the species Human enterovirus A.

  • Kok C
  • Au G
Archives of virology (2012)
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Oncolysis of malignant human melanoma tumors by Coxsackieviruses A13, A15 and A18

  • Au G
  • Beagley L
  • Haley E
Virology Journal (2011)
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Systemic Therapy of Malignant Human Melanoma Tumors by a Common Cold-Producing Enterovirus, Coxsackievirus A21

  • Shafren D
  • Au G
  • Nguyen T
Clinical Cancer Research (2004)
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Localisation of tachykinin NK1 and NK3 receptors in the human prefrontal and visual cortex.

  • Tooney P
  • Au G
  • Chahl L
Neuroscience letters (2000)
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Tachykinin NK1 and NK3 receptors in the prefrontal cortex of the human brain.

  • Tooney P
  • Au G
  • Chahl L
Clinical and experimental pharmacology & physiology (2000)
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Professional experience

Post Doctoral Scientist

Newcastle Innovation

May 2011 - Present

Post Doctoral Scientist

The University of Newcastle, Australia

May 2007 - May 2011(4 years)

Research Director

The University of Newcastle Research Associates (TUNRA) now Newcastle Innovation

August 2004 - May 2007(3 years)

Education history

Doctor of Philosophy [Immunology & Microbiology]

The University of Newcastle, Australia

February 2001 - September 2005(5 years)

Bachelor of Biomedical Science [Honours]

The University of Newcastle, Australia

March 2000 - December 2000(9 months)

Bachelor of Biomedical Science

The University of Newcastle, Australia

March 1997 - December 1999(3 years)