Skye Nolan

Skye Nolan

My Career   I am currently working at Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre as a Clinical Research Coordinator in the Department of Radiation Oncology. Working closely with doctors, nurses and patients, I coordinate a range of clinical trials aimed at improving outcomes for oncology patients by improving treatments. Prior to commencing at Peter Mac, I was working as […]

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Skye Nolan

I am a Project Officer at the Cancer Council of Victoria in Melbourne, Australia working on the Forgotten Cancers Project.

I am also studying the Masters of Public Health at the School of Population and Global Health at the University of Melbourne specialising in biostatistics and epidemiology.

Previously I've completed a Masters of Bioethics at the University of Sydney as well as a the Bachelor of Science and a Bachelor of Arts with Honours, both at the University of Melbourne. In my undergraduate degrees I majored in Genetics and History & Philosophy of Science respectively.

FDA orders genetics company 23andMe to cease marketing of screening service

FDA orders genetics company 23andMe to cease marketing of screening service

By on November 29, 2013 in Genetics with No Comments

As reported in the Guardian and many other news sources, the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has ordered 23andMe to “immediately discontinue” the marketing of a genetic screening service, after the company failed to send the agency information that supports its marketing claims.

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Community Based Health and Development

Community Based Health and Development

By on November 29, 2013 in CRHP Jamkhed with No Comments

The Comprehensive Rural Health Project, Jamkhed (CRHP), has been working among the rural poor and marginalized for over 40 years. CRHP works by mobilizing and building the capacity of communities to achieve access to comprehensive development and freedom from stigma, poverty and disease. Pioneering a comprehensive approach to primary community-based healthcare (also known as the […]

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