Associate Professor Kathy Fuller is a co-inventor of the immuno-flowFISH method, a world-first automated flow cytometry method that can detect chromosome signals inside cells identified by their immunophenotype. Her development of this patented method was awarded the Australian Museum ANSTO 2018 Eureka Prize for Innovative Use of Technology, and the UWA Innovation Quarter (IQ) 2018 Research Innovation and Enterprise Award.
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