Dr Jennifer Koh is a Research Officer in ProCan at Children's Medical Research Institute.
She completed her PhD in biochemistry from the University of Sydney. Her PhD research focussed on the isolation and characterisation of novel bioactive proteins and peptides from male platypus venom. She also has experience in studying ant and spider venoms to build peptide libraries that can be exploited as novel lead molecules by the pharmaceutical and agrochemical industry.
At ProCan, Dr Koh works as part of the proteomics team to prepare, process and analyse thousands of cancer samples from all over the world.