Dr Emily Colvin

Postdoctoral Research Associate
Kolling Institute of Medical Research, Northern Clinical School

E25 - Royal North Shore Hospital
The University of Sydney
NSW 2006 Australia

T: +61 2 9926 4846


Gynaecological cancer; Cancer


2014 | 2013


  • Nagrial, A., Chang, D., Nguyen, N., Johns, A., Chantrill, L., Humphris, J., Chin, V., Samra, J., Gill, A., Pajic, M., Pinese, M., Colvin, E., Scarlett, C., Chou, A., Kench, J., Sutherland, R., Horvath, L., Biankin, A. (2014), Adjuvant chemotherapy in elderly patients with pancreatic cancer. British Journal of Cancer. 110(2), 313-319. [Abstract]
  • Colvin, E., Scarlett, C. (2014), A historical perspective of pancreatic cancer mouse models. Seminars in Cell & Developmental Biology. 27, 96-105. [Abstract]
  • Colvin, E., Weir, C., Ikin, R., Hudson, A. (2014), SV40 TAg mouse models of cancer. Seminars in Cell & Developmental Biology. 27, 61-73. [Abstract]
  • Howell, V., Colvin, E. (2014), Genetically Engineered Insertional Mutagenesis in Mice to Model Cancer: Sleeping Beauty. In: Methods in Molecular Biology: Vol 1194, Mouse Genetics. (pp.367-400).United States: Springer Science+Business.
  • Colvin, E. (2014), Tumor-Associated Macrophages Contribute to Tumor Progression in Ovarian Cancer. Frontiers in Oncology. 4, 137. [Abstract]


  • Chang, D., Jamieson, N., Johns, A., Scarlett, C., Pajic, M., Chou, A., Pinese, M., Humphris, J., Jones, M., Toon, C., Nagrial, A., Chantrill, L., Chin, V., Pinho, A., Rooman, I., Cowley, M., Wu, J., Mead, R., Colvin, E., Samra, J., Corbo, V., Bassi, C., Falconi, M., Lawlor, R., Crippa, S., Sperandio, N., Bersani, S., Dickson, E., Mohamed, M., Oien, K., Foulis, A., Musgrove, E., Sutherland, R., Kench, J., Carter, C., Gill, A., Scarpa, A., McKay, C., Biankin, A. (2013), Histomolecular phenotypes and outcome in adenocarcinoma of the ampulla of vater. Journal of Clinical Oncology. 31(10), 1348-1356. [Abstract]