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WA MTP Sector Spotlight Series

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Ground Floor, Seminar Room G24

Harry Perkins Institute of Medical Research Building, QEII Medical Centre

6 Verdun Street

Nedlands, WA 6009

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The MTPConnect WA Life Sciences Innovation Hub invites you to join the monthly WA MTP Sector Spotlight Series event.

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Our monthly breakfast series is an opportunity for representatives from across the MTP sector to connect, collaborate and learn about upcoming opportunities, and hear the stories and successes of WA organisations developing health and medical innovations. Join us over a light breakfast in the last week of each month at the Harry Perkins Institute of Medical Research.

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Wednesday 28 July 2021

Ground floor, Seminar Room G24 at Harry Perkins Institute of Medical Research, 6 Verdun Street Nedlands.

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7:30am - Breakfast and networking

8:00am - 20 min presentation with 10 mins Q&A

8:30am - Networking

9:00am - Event close

Featuring Proteomics International – commercialising diagnostic tests for chronic diseases where there is unmet medical need.

The morning will feature a conversation with Proteomics International’s Founder and Managing Director Dr Richard Lipscombe. Proteomics International (ASX: PIQ; Perth, Western Australia) is a medical technology company at the forefront of predictive diagnostics and bio-analytical services. Proteomics International's business model centres on the commercialisation of the company's world-leading predictive test for diabetic kidney disease, PromarkerD. The company offsets the cash burn from R&D and product development through provision of specialist analytical services across the globe, whilst using its proprietary Promarker® technology platform to create a pipeline of novel diagnostic tests.

Dr Richard Lipscombe is a protein chemist by training having completed his chemistry degree at Oxford University and a Doctorate in Immunology at London University. Richard moved to Perth in 1995 and managed the Protein Analysis Facility at the University of Western Australia, before stepping out of academia to co-found Proteomics International in 2001. Richard's career has focused on industry-based research and the translation of innovative technology into commercial products and services. Richard led the company through its ASX listing in 2015 and now heads the corporate development and the commercialisation of its ground-breaking technologies. He is an inventor of several patents and, almost uniquely, has taken a protein biomarker from concept to commercial diagnostic test, with the company's pioneering prognostic test for diabetic kidney disease, PromarkerD, now in the clinic.

He will discuss his company’s experience developing a medtech product within Australia’s R&D framework, raising investment in WA, and take questions from the audience.

If you have any queries please get in touch with Dr Tracey Wilkinson at tracey.wilkinson@mtpconnect.org.au.

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Ground Floor, Seminar Room G24

Harry Perkins Institute of Medical Research Building, QEII Medical Centre

6 Verdun Street

Nedlands, WA 6009

Australia

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Organiser of WA MTP Sector Spotlight Series

MTPConnect, the Medical Technologies and Pharmaceuticals (MTP) Industry Growth Centre (IGC), was established in 2015 as an independent, not-for-profit organisation that champions a sector-led approach to accelerating the growth of Australia’s MTP sector. With its head office in Melbourne, it has also established key hubs at Monash University, co-located with CSIRO and industry, the University of Sydney’s Institute of Biomedical Engineering and Technology, the Harry Perkins Institute of Medical Research in Perth and the Translational Research Institute in Brisbane.

The MTPConnect WA Life Sciences Innovation Hub is co-funded through the WA Government’s New Industry Fund and the University of Western Australia to accelerate economic growth and create new jobs and Industries.

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