257 – Proteomics leads the way for cancer treatment decision making. Dr Steve Williams, Children’s Medical Research Institute
Proteomics; the study of all the proteins contained in our tissues and a potential cancer treatment
Dr Steve Williams is a research officer from the Children’s Medical Research Institute. He has a PhD in Medicinal Medicine from UTS with experience in analytical chemistry.
The Children Medical Research Institute (CMRI), based in Westmead, is focused on children’s genetic diseases.
In this episode, Pete sits down with Dr Steve Williams from the Children’s Medical Research Institute (CMRI) as they focus on genetic conditions that affect children. Together, they explore the world of proteomics and its potency as a future treatment for cancer.
Cancer is becoming increasingly common, which increases the need for more innovative and efficient treatment modalities. This episode explores one such treatment; proteomics. Learn about what it is and how it can help with the management of diseases.
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