Floyd Lising

Swinburne University of Technology

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Development of vascularised 3D model systems for organoid of the mammary gland

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I have been working as a Quality Control Analyst in the pharmaceutical industry, until recently, when an outbreak of foot-and-mouth disease in The Philippines, where my brother has a farm, caused significant hardship. This incident was the eye-opener for me to re-pursue my career in biotechnology, especially in cellular agriculture, which imposes a major advancement including biotechnological protein production and therapeutic products. This project in collaboration with Swinburne University of Technology and Me&, whose vision is to capture and produce complex components of human milk, aims to enhance 3D growth of organoids in-vitro by vascularisation to lengthen its life span.

Final report coming mid-2025

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