Trajan is pleased to collaborate with the Faculty of Science at the University of Melbourne to support industry projects offered to final year students enrolled in the Master of Biotechnology.
Students have the opportunity to apply theoretical knowledge in a professional environment, gaining insights into current industry issues and developing an appreciation of working in a biotechnology organization.
Student teams address a practical industry challenge over two semesters, with a Trajan mentor allocated to each team providing industry guidance.
In 2016 two teams are undertaking investigative projects in the fields of molecular pathology and skin cancer diagnostics.
Photo (L-R): The University of Melbourne student teams at Trajan Global Headquarters in Melbourne, Australia. Paul Romeo (General Manager, Australia and New Zealand, Trajan), Keerthi Kalyan Kothapally, Seumas Shu Men Teh, Angela Tomisich (General Manager, Microscopy Products, Trajan), Robert Lyon (Head of Corporate Development, Trajan), Elpis Barons (General Manager, Accelerator Group, Trajan), Fiona Simpson (Careers and Industry Consultant, The University of Melbourne), Dr Andrew Gooley (Chief Scientific Officer, Trajan), Benjamin Nicholas Le Couteur, Belinda Bich Thuy Thieu Quang, Yanling Wu, Kairui Li, Jie Dong, Jingran Zhang, Rhonda Gailey (Assistant Manager, Corporate Development, Trajan), Dr Matthew Digby (Subject Coordinator, The University of Melbourne), Stephen Tomisich (Chief Executive Officer, Trajan).
The University of Melbourne, Faculty of Science
The University of Melbourne, Industry Project in Biotechnology (SCIE90015)