Dr Hamish Campbell

Lecturer
Medicine, Children's Medical Research Institute

Telephone 9687 2800
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Biographical details

Dr Campbell's research is focused on inflammation and cancer. It is widely recognised that persistent inflammation is a driving force in the development of cancer. The regular use of anti-inflammatory drugs has been shown to decrease the risk of ovarian cancer, lung cancer, colon cancer and melanoma by up to 30 percent. Clearly demonstrating that inflammation is a powerful driver of cancer. Despite this, how persistent inflammation leads to cancer is unclear. Dr Campbell and his colleagues have discovered that one gene in the human body called D133p53 can cause inflammation and then cancer. Hopefully this research will provide important insights in to the mechanisms by which inflammation can lead to cancer.

Dr Campbell's research is also trying to discover the function of a group of genes knownas p53 isoforms.

You can discover more about Dr Campbell's research

http://www.researchgate.net/profile/Hamish_Campbell,

Or you can discover more about Hamish's interests and passions

http://hamishcampbell.strikingly.com/

Selected grants

2014

  • Delta133p53 in tumour development; Campbell H; DVC Research/Bridging Support Grant.

2012

  • Mechanism of ?133p53 isoform oncogenicity; Campbell H; Cancer Australia/Priority Driven Collaborative Cancer Research Scheme.

Selected publications

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Journals

  • Campbell, H., Mehta, R., Neumann, A., Rubio, C., Baird, M., Slatter, T., Braithwaite, A. (2013). Activation of p53 following ionizing radiation, but not other stressors, is dependent on the proline-rich domain (PRD). Oncogene, 32(7), 827-836. [More Information]
  • Campbell, H., Slatter, T., Jeffs, A., Mehta, R., Rubio, C., Baird, M., Braithwaite, A. (2012). Does (Delta)133p53 isoform trigger inflammation and autoimmunity? Cell Cycle, 11(3), 446-450. [More Information]
  • Huschtscha-Holliday, L., Napier, C., Noble, J., Bower, K., Au, A., Campbell, H., Braithwaite, A., Reddel, R. (2012). Enhanced isolation of fibroblasts from human skin explants. BioTechniques: the journal of laboratory technology for bioresearch, 53(4), 239-244. [More Information]
  • Slatter, T., Hung, N., Campbell, H., Rubio, C., Mehta, R., Renshaw, P., Williams, G., Wilson, M., Engelmann, A., Jeffs, A., Braithwaite, A., et al (2011). Hyperproliferation, cancer, and inflammation in mice expressing a delta133p53-like isoform. Blood, 117(19), 5166-5177. [More Information]
  • Huschtscha-Holliday, L., Moore, J., Noble, J., Campbell, H., Royds, J., Braithwaite, A., Reddel, R. (2009). Normal human mammary epithelial cells proliferate rapidly in the presence of elevated levels of the tumor suppressors p53 and p21WAF1/CIP1. Journal of Cell Science, 122(16), 2989-2995. [More Information]
  • Chen, Y., Campbell, H., Wiles, A., Eccles, M., Reddel, R., Braithwaite, A., Royds, J. (2008). PAX8 regulates telomerase reverse transcriptase and telomerase RNA component in glioma. Cancer Research, 68(14), 5724-5732. [More Information]

2013

  • Campbell, H., Mehta, R., Neumann, A., Rubio, C., Baird, M., Slatter, T., Braithwaite, A. (2013). Activation of p53 following ionizing radiation, but not other stressors, is dependent on the proline-rich domain (PRD). Oncogene, 32(7), 827-836. [More Information]

2012

  • Campbell, H., Slatter, T., Jeffs, A., Mehta, R., Rubio, C., Baird, M., Braithwaite, A. (2012). Does (Delta)133p53 isoform trigger inflammation and autoimmunity? Cell Cycle, 11(3), 446-450. [More Information]
  • Huschtscha-Holliday, L., Napier, C., Noble, J., Bower, K., Au, A., Campbell, H., Braithwaite, A., Reddel, R. (2012). Enhanced isolation of fibroblasts from human skin explants. BioTechniques: the journal of laboratory technology for bioresearch, 53(4), 239-244. [More Information]

2011

  • Slatter, T., Hung, N., Campbell, H., Rubio, C., Mehta, R., Renshaw, P., Williams, G., Wilson, M., Engelmann, A., Jeffs, A., Braithwaite, A., et al (2011). Hyperproliferation, cancer, and inflammation in mice expressing a delta133p53-like isoform. Blood, 117(19), 5166-5177. [More Information]

2009

  • Huschtscha-Holliday, L., Moore, J., Noble, J., Campbell, H., Royds, J., Braithwaite, A., Reddel, R. (2009). Normal human mammary epithelial cells proliferate rapidly in the presence of elevated levels of the tumor suppressors p53 and p21WAF1/CIP1. Journal of Cell Science, 122(16), 2989-2995. [More Information]

2008

  • Chen, Y., Campbell, H., Wiles, A., Eccles, M., Reddel, R., Braithwaite, A., Royds, J. (2008). PAX8 regulates telomerase reverse transcriptase and telomerase RNA component in glioma. Cancer Research, 68(14), 5724-5732. [More Information]

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