Monitoring of minimal residual disease on chronic myeloid leukaemia patients in a setting of treatment free remission
Honours project: Characterise the residual leukaemia population in TFR patients, and understand why some patients relapse and others don’t.
Honours project: Participate in a novel and innovative approach will likely provide a combinational treatment strategy with greater efficacy than current approaches.
Honours project: Use spatial information tools and data in a wide range of applications and settings, including terrestrial, wetland and marine ecology, wildlife and habitats, land assessment and management and earth science.
Honours project: Contribute to research into various strategies to restore grassy woodland.
Honours project: Help save the emu-wrens and other threatened fauna of the Fleurieu Peninsula wetlands.
Honours project: Learn about the success of invasive species and how we can help increase our ability restore native vegetation.
Honours project: Join the investigation into the use of parasites as biological control agents.
Honours project: Investigate the ecology and management of common reed and bulrush.
Honours project: This project aims to determine the ability of viable but non culturable bacteria to cause disease.
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