BCAL Dx successfully secured patents in Australia and Japan. BCAL Dx has an exclusive global license to the blood testing technology from the University of Louisville (UoL) in the US. We have been working with the UoL over the last three years to prosecute the patents. In May 2016, the Japanese patent was granted and […]
My dream is to have this for every woman: The young doctor who made a breast breakthrough – SBS News The Feed
Dr Dharmica Mistry’s eureka moment came during her monthly beauty routine of spraying olive oil in her hair. She realised that oils from the blood of breast cancer patients was being deposited in their hair and that a simple blood test could screen for the disease. Although the test is not yet on the market, […]
Deliver research with world-changing impact – Dharmica is featured in the Macquarie University magazine – Accelerate your ambition – Higher Degree Research 2017: “My research at Macquarie – and now my work at BCAL Diagnostics – involved detecting and characterising novel biomarkers in blood and hair that can be used as the basisfor a blood test for breast cancer. […]
Dharmica’s profile in the Macquarie University Magazine titled Engaging the world “My research at Macquarie – and now my work at BCAL Diagnostics – involved detecting and characterising novel biomarkers in blood and hair that can be used as the basis for a blood test for breast cancer. Whilst mammography is the gold standard in screening for the […]
Dharmica Mistry is featured in this month’s Australian Women’s Weekly magazine: “Meet the impressive young Aussie scientist pioneering a blood test for the detection of breast cancer. It may just save your life, as Sheree Mutton reports” Read full article featured in the October 2016 : Australian Women’s Weekly
Dharmica Mistry wants to replace expensive Mammogram screening with a simple blood test to detect Breast Cancer. If she succeeds, it could spark a diagnostic revolution. By Susan Muldowney – Leadership Matters – July 2016 aim.com.au Read more..
Australia’s MedTech Industry The MedTech industry brings together people from diverse backgrounds and disciplines to turn great ideas into commercially viable products and gives patients access to life-saving devices and tools. Read more..
Under the Microscope As the government pushes its innovation agenda, Dr Dharmica Mistry makes it a reality. Meet the 2016 NSW Young Woman of the Year who is fighting against breast cancer. Read more..
Featured in Saturday’s Daily Telegraph.
DR MISTRY AN AFR YOUNG EXECUTIVE OF THE YEAR On 8 July, Dr Dharmica Mistry was named by the Australian Financial Review (AFR) Boss Magazine as a Young Executive of the Year. The six Young Executives named have been chosen for their potential as leaders, commitment to their careers and organisations, and ability to operate successfully […]