Ruby CY Lin profile

Ruby CY Lin

I help organisations build academic-industry hybrid teams. I am interested in implementing genomic (personalised) medicine into healthcare and translate research outcomes into clinical settings. My publications are available in ORCID (0000-0003-4163-511X), Google Scholar and Research Gate (>5300 citations). 

I have a BSc in Zoology and MSc (1st Class Hons) in Molecular and Cellular Biology from the University of Canterbury, New Zealand, and a PhD in Medicine (Molecular Genetics) from the University of Sydney, Australia. I was a named NHMRC Peter Doherty Fellow (2005-8) and then a University of NSW Vice-Chancellor Global Research Fellow (2009-2014). I have secured over $6.4 million AUD competitive Category 1 research funding (including several NHMRC project grants, ARC LIEF) in the discipline of cardiovascular diseases, obesity, cancer biology, biobanking, infectious diseases and phage therapy.

I advocate for women in STEMM and do pro bono career coaching. I am a mentor for the Junior Science Academy holiday program at Macquarie University and I volunteer in activities such as primary ethics in my kids primary school education journey.

News | August 31, 2022
Phage Therapy
Academics plan to roll out therapy widely in Australia: Researchers at the University of Sydney, Western Sydney Local Health District and the Westmead Institute for Medical Research are developing a therapeutic solution to antimicrobial resistance that predates the discovery and wide usage of antibiotics…
News | August 17, 2022
Phage Therapy
An expert team, led by Director of the Centre of Infectious Diseases and Microbiology at the Westmead Institute for Medical Research (WIMR) Professor Jon Iredell, is developing a key alternative to antibiotics and central to the treatment are phages…
Publication | February, 2021
Publication | January, 2020
AbstractPhage Therapy
Publication | April, 2021
Phage biobankOpinion paper
Publication | November, 2020
PediatricsPhage TherapyClinical trialResearch paper
Publication | March, 2019
Phage TherapyResearch paper
Publication | August, 2021
Clinical trialPediatricsImmune responsePhage Therapy
Publication | December, 2020
Phage VirulenceAntibiotic synergyResearch paper
Publication | April, 2020
Review paperPhage Therapy
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