Mr Andrew Arthur
Role at ANSTO
Andrew provides in vivo and in vitro expertise to assist in daily experiments, both at ANSTO's Lucas Heights campus and our Camperdown site located within the Brain and Mind Research Institute.
Andrew completed a Bachelor’s degree in Science, specialising in Neuroscience and Psychology. Following this, Andrew completed a further year of research investigating the microvascular pathology that is commonly associated with late-onset Alzheimer’s disease. He graduated in 2011, and after a brief gap year was recently employed at ANSTO as an Imaging Support Technical Officer.
Research interests and areas of expertise
Andrew’s expertise lies in post-mortem in vitro tissue analysis, immunohistochemistry, tissue dissection, and microscopy.
Qualifications & Achievements
- Hons in Anatomy & Histology at the University of Sydney
- BSc (Neuroscience/Psychology) at the University of Sydney
Reilhac, A., Boisson, F., Wimberley, C. J., Parmar, A., Zahra, D., Hamze, H., Davis, E., Arthur, A., Bouillot, C., Charil, A., Gregoire, M-C., Simultaneous scanning of two mice in a small-animal PET scanner: a simulation-based assessment of the signal degradation. Physics in Medicine and Biology, 61(3), 1371-1388 (2016). doi: 10.1088/0031-9155/61/3/1371
Nguyen, V. H., Pham, T., Fookes, C., Berghofer, P., Greguric, I., Arthur, A., Mattner, F., Rahardjo, G., Davis, E., Howell, N., Gregoire, M-C., Katsifis, A., Shepherd, R. Synthesis and biological characterisation of 18F-SIG343 18F-SIG353, novel and high selectivity sigma2 radiotracers, for tumour imaging properties. EJNMMI Research, 3(1), 80 (2013). doi: 10.1186/2191-219X-3-80