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Biographical entry Lindeman, Geoffrey John

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Medical scientist

Summary

Geoffrey Lindeman is recognised as a leader in breast cancer research. With Jane Visvader he established the Breast Cancer Laboratory at the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research as part of the Victorian Breast Cancer Research Consortium. Lindeman and his team identified the stem and progenitor cells that generate all ductal tissue in the breast and have made other discoveries with direct implications for the treatment and prevention of breast cancer.

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2004 -
Education - Fellow, Royal Australasian College of Physicians
2013
Award - Robert Sutherland Award for Excellence in Translational Research, ANZ Breast Cancer Trials Group
2014
Award - Medical Oncology Group of Australia-Novartis Oncology Cancer Achievement Award
2016 -
Award - Fellow, Australian Academy of Science
2016
Award - Ramaciotti Medal for Excellence in Biomedical Research (with Jane Visvader), Ramaciotti Foundation
2016
Award - Senior Principal Research Fellowship, National Health and Medical Research Council
2017
Award - Victoria Prize for Science and Innovation (with Jane Visvader)

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Helen Cohn