Professor Parry Guilford is a Principal Investigator in the Cancer Genetics Laboratory, University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand, and the Research Director of Pacific Edge Biotechnology Ltd. He completed his MSc at Otago in 1983, and his PhD at Cambridge University in 1989. His research interests include the genetics of inherited cancers, in particular gastric cancer, and the application of gene expression analysis to the diagnosis and management of cancer.
Augustine Chen, Henry Beetham, Michael A Black, Rashmi Priya, Bryony J Telford, Joanne Guest, George A R Wiggins, Tanis D Godwin, Alpha S Yap, and Parry J Guilford, E-cadherin loss alters cytoskeletal organization and adhesion in non-malignant breast cells but is insufficient to induce an epithelial-mesenchymal transition., BMC cancer 2014 vol. 14 p. 552, Link »
Jon Cornwall, Tania Slatter, Parry Guilford, Cristin G. Print, Mark Henaghan, and Richman Wee, Culture, law, ethics, and social implications: Is society ready for advanced genomic medicine?, The Australasian medical journal 2014 vol. 7 (4) pp. 200-202, Link »
J S B Willson, T D Godwin, G A R Wiggins, P J Guilford, and J L McCall, Primary hepatocellular neoplasms in a MODY3 family with a novel HNF1A germline mutation, Journal of Hepatology 2013 vol. 59 (4) pp. 904-907, Link »
P O'Sullivan, K Sharples, M Dalphin, P. Davidson, P Gilling, L Cambridge, J Harvey, T Toro, N Giles, C Luxmanan, C F Alves, H-S Yoon, V Hinder, J Masters, A Kennedy-Smith, T Beaven, and P J Guilford, A multigene urine test for the detection and stratification of bladder cancer in patients presenting with hematuria, Journal of Urology 2012 vol. 188 (3) pp. 741-747, Link »