Professor Miles Prince
Professor Miles Prince is the Director of the Centre for Blood Cell Therapies (CBCT) at the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre, Melbourne, Australia.
Prof. Prince is appointed as haematologist at St Vincent’s, Royal Melbourne Hospitals and Cabrini Hospital Department of Oncology. He is a Professor of Medicine at both University of Melbourne and Monash University .
Prof Prince is qualified as a clinician (Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians) and pathologist (Fellow of the Royal College of Pathologists of Australasia). He is a member of the American, Australian and European Societies of Haematology and Oncology.
Prof. Prince spent three years in Toronto, Canada examining laboratory research aspects of gene therapy in myeloma and gene transfer into blood stem cells. During his time in Toronto, Prof. Prince also completed a clinical fellowship in transplantation and was awarded the prestigious Edward Christie Stevens Fellowship in Medicine and the Postgraduate Fellowship Award for his work in multiple myeloma. Returning to Australia in 1996, as Head of Haematology at Peter Mac he was instrumental in creating the Center for Blood Cell Therapies (CBCT) in 1999 and in 2003 the formation of Cell Therapies P/L to manage the external interface for CBCT.
Prof. Prince provides Cell Therapies P/L with a novel combination of academic and clinical insight into the emergence of cellular therapies as a new paradigm for regenerative medicine and immunological therapies. He has an international reputation for his clinical and basic research work, has published over 200 manuscripts and is on academic and industry editorial and advisory boards.