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Lane Collier

Lane Collier

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Role Study Coordinator
Research area Stem Cell Medicine
Lane Collier completed her Bachelor of Biomedicine and Bachelor of Science (Honours) at Victoria University in December 2019.

Upon completing university, she worked at Department of Health in the COVID-19 Response team as a Senior Data Manager. In June 2022, she moved to Murdoch Children’s Research Institute (MCRI) to work with A/Prof Rachel Conyers and A/Prof David Elliott under the Australian Cardio-oncology Registry (ACOR) umbrella of research work. Lane is the ACOR National Project Manager and will be working on multiple research projects looking at the effect of cardio-toxic chemotherapy on heart health. In addition, she hopes to go back to university to complete her Doctor of Medicine and become an oncologist.
Lane Collier completed her Bachelor of Biomedicine and Bachelor of Science (Honours) at Victoria University in December 2019.

Upon completing university, she worked at Department of Health in the COVID-19 Response team as a Senior Data Manager. In...
Lane Collier completed her Bachelor of Biomedicine and Bachelor of Science (Honours) at Victoria University in December 2019.

Upon completing university, she worked at Department of Health in the COVID-19 Response team as a Senior Data Manager. In June 2022, she moved to Murdoch Children’s Research Institute (MCRI) to work with A/Prof Rachel Conyers and A/Prof David Elliott under the Australian Cardio-oncology Registry (ACOR) umbrella of research work. Lane is the ACOR National Project Manager and will be working on multiple research projects looking at the effect of cardio-toxic chemotherapy on heart health. In addition, she hopes to go back to university to complete her Doctor of Medicine and become an oncologist.

Top Publications

  • Collier, L, Felmingham, B, Toro, C, Celermajer, D, Mateos, M, Finney, J, Dobson, M, Jadhav, M, La Gerche, A, Horvath, L, et al. Australian Cardio-Oncology Registry: A prospective observational study of patients who have been exposed to cardio-toxic chemotherapy.. 2024
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  • Collier, L, Felmingham, B, Toro, C, Celermajer, D, Mateos, M, Finney, J, Dobson, M, Jadhav, M, La Gerche, A, Horvath, L, et al. Australian Cardio-Oncology Registry: A prospective observational study of patients who have been exposed to cardio-toxic chemotherapy. 2023
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  • Felmingham, B, Collier, L, Stenta, T, Halman, A, Sadedin, S, Moore, C, Elliott, D, Conyers, R. MARVEL-PIC: minimising adverse drug reactions and verifying economic legitimacy: pharmacogenomic implementation in children. Pathology 55: s17 -s18 2023
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  • Felmingham, B, Collier, L, Stenta, T, Halman, A, Sadedin, S, Moore, C, Elliott, D, Conyers, R. MARVEL-PIC: minimising adverse drug reactions and verifying economic legitimacy: pharmacogenomic implementation in children. Pathology 55: s6 2023
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