Dr Brendan Kennedy
Started at UWA: 2008
UWA Vice-Chancellor's Mid-Career Research Award, 2015
WA Tall Poppy Award for Outstanding Achievements, 2015
UWA startup co-founder and lead researcher, 2015
Founding member of BioZone, 2015
Cancer Council of Western Australia
- 'Micro-elastography: A new surgical tool to reduce the number of re-excision breast cancer surgeries'
- Dr Brendan Kennedy, Professor Christobel Saunders, Dr Lixin Chin
WA Department of Health Merit Awards
- 'Merit Award – Project – Intraoperative micro-elastography for improved assessment of tumour margins in breast cancer'
- Dr Brendan Kennedy
UWA Research Collaboration Awards
- 'Quantitative 3D imaging of the mechanical micro-environment in biomimetic engineered tissues'
- Dr Brendan Kennedy, Doctor Peter Munro, Professor Assad Oberai, Dr Lixin Chin
NHMRC Equipment Grants
- 'Live Tissue Microtome and Accessories'
- Dr Ruth Ganss, Professor Peter Leedman, Professor Ryan Lister, Dr Pilar Blancafort, Professor Anna Nowak, Dr Willem Lesterhuis, Dr Juliana Hamzah, Dr Brendan Kennedy, Associate Professor Deborah Trinder, Associate Professor Jennifer Rodger, Associate Professor Julian Heng, Dr Raelene Endersby, Professor Camile Farah, Associate Professor Evan Ingley, Emeritus Professor George Yeo
ARC Discovery Projects
- 'Intravital mechano-microscopy: a discovery platform for cell mechanics'
- Dr Brendan Kennedy, Emeritus Professor Miranda Grounds, Mr Peter Munro, Professor Andrew Pelling
Tiny eye set to supercharge breast surgeons' senses
If a tiny imaging probe can be fitted into the tip of a surgeon’s glove, it may reduce the heartbreak for breast cancer patients such as Karen Taylor, who was recently told she must undergo a second operation to remove leftover cancer cells.Read more
Breast cancer imaging invention to improve surgery accuracy gets funding for clinical trials
A hand-held imaging probe developed by biomedical engineers at the University of Western Australia will be able to identify those tumours in real-time during the first surgery.Read more
Engineering a way to improve health: Brendan Kennedy
Dr Brendan Kennedy is seeing first-hand how engineering has the potential to save lives in his joint appointment between the Harry Perkins Institute of Medical Research and The University of Western Australia’s School of Electrical, Electronic and Computer Engineering.Read more