Keen to make a difference in people’s lives, PhD student Daniel Neumann decided to pursue a research career in prostate cancer after studying a Bachelor of Medical Science.
Now, Daniel is excited to be working with Dr Phillip Gregory and Professor Greg Goodall on their quaking research, to improve the treatments available for prostate cancer patients.
“I wanted to focus my research on an area that would make a direct impact on stopping the spread of cancer and saving lives,” Daniel said.
It was a chance meeting with Dr Gregory that inspired Daniel to focus his PhD studies on prostate cancer. Now halfway through his PhD, the experience has been invaluable.
“I met Dr Gregory through Professor Goodall and became really interested in his research, especially with the molecule quaking that he had been studying,” Daniel said.
“Ultimately, we are trying to push our research towards finding new pathways and mechanisms that can be used as better treatments for prostate cancer.”
You can support Dr Gregory and Daniel’s research that could potentially save the lives of men diagnosed with prostate cancer!