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Ms. Shafagh AL NADAF (ANU)
PhD candidate (Commenced May 2008)
Dosage compensation in vertebrates.

Mr. Keng Yih CHEW (UM)
PhD candidate (Commenced March 2008)
The molecular control of limb development in the tammar wallaby (Macropus eugenii).

Mr. Jinwei (Kenneth) CHUNG (UM)
PhD candidate
Genetic control of testis and ovary differentiation.

Ms. Jane FENELON (UM)
PhD candidate
Embryonic diapause and the factors influencing successful reactivation of the blastocyst in the tammar wallaby, Macropus eugenii.

Ms. Yanqiu HU (UM)
PhD candidate
X-linked genes in spermatogenesis.

Mr. Jason LIMNIOS (ANU)
PhD candidate (Commenced June 2008)
Generation of in vitro models of non-eutherian mammalian embryogenesis: iPS cells from marsupial and monotreme fibroblasts using defined factors.

Mr. Amir MOHAMMADI (ANU)
PhD candidate
Exploring marsupial genomes.

Mr. Hardip PATEL (ANU)
PhD candidate
Mapping genes on the X chromosome of tammar wallaby and comparing them with homologous genes from other species.

Ms. Vidushi PATEL (ANU)
PhD candidate
Expression and evolution studies of globin genes in marsupials and mammals.

Ms. Claire SANDERSON (USYD)
PhD candidate
Characterisation of the Leukocyte Receptor Complex (LRC) in the tammar wallaby.

Ms. Jessica STRINGER (UM)
PhD candidate (Commenced March 2008)
Epigenetic regulation of lactation in the tammar wallaby (Macropus eugenii).

Ms. Chenwei (Cherry) WANG (USYD)
PhD candidate
Tammar wallaby linkage mapping, mapping integration, and comparative mapping.

Ms. Emily WONG (USYD)
PhD candidate
In silico mining of marsupial immune genes.

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