In Vitro Technologies are the premier supplier for cell biology and translational research throughout Australia and New Zealand.
Our range of cells, consumables, reagents and laboratory equipment support your cell biology workflow in the fields of Cancer, Neuroscience, Immunology, Diabetes & Obesity, Cardiology, Pharmacology, and Drug Discovery. By partnering with world-class suppliers, In Vitro Technologies enables high quality, reproducible data, allowing researchers to accelerate discovery and publish high impact papers.
Our mission is to accelerate discovery into ground breaking Australian research. We strive to support your research by providing world leading products and extensive applications support to aid in the generation of fast, high quality, reproducible data, allowing high impact publications. Accelerate your discovery with In Vitro Technologies.
Mala has a PhD in Medical Science from Monash University including several years of experience as an academic lecturing Physiology and Clinical Biochemistry in South Africa and Australia. She also holds a Masters in Science from the University of the Western Cape in South Africa and a Masters in Business Administration from The University of Luton in the UK.
Mala is now the Divisional Manager for the Scientific business at In Vitro Technologies and is responsible for leading the Scientific team including our Life Science, Industrial Science and Diagnostics businesses. She is responsible for the development of the business strategies and future planning that are designed to meet the evolving needs of the Australian market and our global principals. Her goal is ongoing development of the scientific team to meet their professional needs whilst enabling the team to provide the best service, support and technical assistance to accelerate discovery in science across the Australian academic and biotechnology markets.
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Steve joined the In Vitro Technologies family early 2017 to product manage the Animal Care and Lab Equipment portfolios.
Steve has a strong business acumen and is a results and customer-driven team leader with senior business and product development experience expanding more than 25 years.
Based in Sydney, Steve is responsible for sales, facility design and support for the In Vitro Technologies “Animal Care & Essential Laboratory Equipment portfolios.
In May 2020 Steve was appointed Business Manager – Scientific Equipment and is responsible for the employment, mentoring and leadership of the Scientific sales specialist, Product Management and Technical Service teams ensuring that we continue to provide the very best solutions and Care to all our customers across the Australian & New Zealand markets
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Lorraine has a Bachelor of Science from the University of Auckland and has over 14+ years’ experience within the Life Science and Healthcare industry. Lorraine first joined the In Vitro Technologies NZ Team in 2013 as the Life Science Product Manager for our Cell Culture portfolio. Since then Lorraine has moved into a management role and now manages the New Zealand Sales & Operations Team across our Life Science, Medical and Diagnostic divisions.
As the New Zealand Country Manager it is Lorraine’s responsibility to ensure we are constantly delivering the best possible service to all of our customers across all divisions. Lorraine enjoys working closely with our Customers, Territory Managers and Product Managers to ensure this service is reflected in our performance. We understand the importance of great customer service and delivering high quality products to our customers.
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After working on a variety of projects at the University of Queensland, Masuda joined In Vitro Technologies in 2016 as a Life Science Territory Manager. Building on her experience and interest in Bioproduction, Masuda is now also responsible for the marketing, sales and application support of the In Vitro Technologies Bioproduction portfolio, including Infors HT and Protein Ark, working with customers to ensure reproducible, high yield bacterial or mammalian cultures.
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Naeem has a PhD from the University of Auckland where he was sponsored by a Biotech company to investigate therapeutic targeting of novel growth factors in oncology.
He then pursued further research roles at academia, biopharma & clinical diagnostics companies.
Over the last 8 years Naeem has worked across a variety of business development and product management positions at life science companies gaining valuable experience in new cell biology, proteomics & genomics technologies.
Based in Melbourne, Naeem manages a broad portfolio of cell biology & molecular biology products at In Vitro Technologies. He is committed to providing the best care and technical support to ANZ researchers.
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Rehen completed Post graduation studies in Biotechnology and Bioinformatics from La Trobe University where his research was focused on novel inhibitors for Necroptotic regulators. He is proficient in Molecular Biology, Cell Biology and Biochemistry. He joined In Vitro Technologies in 2017 as a Support Specialist in the Life Science division, and in 2018 he moved into a Territory Management role where he provided advanced scientific and technical support to Life Science researchers across the rapidly growing territory in Victoria.
In 2021, he moved into Product Management looking after the promising Cell and Gene Therapy portfolio. In addition to that, he also looks after Immunology, Infectious Diseases, Diabetes and Obesity segments from our Scientific Division. Rehen is responsible for engaging with the wider In vitro team to further develop our presence in the respective markets
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Cher-Lynn has completed her PhD at the University of Adelaide where she studied the insulin growth factor (IGF) signalling pathways in cancer. Her research focused on characterising proteins involved in the IGF pathway using various methods to elucidate protein structure and function.
Since then, Cher-Lynn has worked in the Life Science industry and gained experience on different techniques in biomarker analysis, tissue imaging and single cell technologies. She has now joined the In Vitro team as a Product Manager responsible for the 3D cell culture and protein analysis portfolios.
Coupling a genuine interest for science and years of training on the bench, Cher-Lynn is motivated to help clients with their research needs
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Frances completed an Associate Diploma of Pathology at Sydney Technical College followed by a Master of Science in Medicine from Sydney University. Her research career focused in 2 areas: 1. The detection of PAPP-A protein as an early screening tools for Downs Syndrome in pregnancy. 2. Diabetic responses to transplantation and grafting of tissue, looking at the immunological effects. Published articles in both the Journal of Obstetrics, Gynaecology & Reproductive Biology and Cell Transplantation.
Frances is based in Sydney NSW and has been long a serving employees with In Vitro Technologies starting her career at Medos company in 1997. In Vitro Technologies acquired Medos Company in 2005 and during her years Frances has been a Territory Manager, Product Manager and an Equipment Specialist Life Science team.
Frances is responsible for the management of NSW life science equipment Sales, Training of customers face to face, Building relationships and offering the best Service, Support and Technical Assistance to the Life Science Researchers in NSW.
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Jane completed a Bachelor of Medical and Pharmaceutical Biotechnology followed by an honours degree in Nano- & Bio-Materials at the University of South Australia. She recently completed her PhD thesis dissertation at University of Technology Sydney where she studied the treatment of obesity-related metabolic disorders using gold nanoparticles. Her research focused in the therapeutic potential of nanoparticles and the complex nanoparticle-biological interactions at the cellular and molecular levels.
Jane is based in Sydney NSW and has recently joined the In Vitro Technologies family as a Scientific Territory Manager in the Life Science division. She is responsible for customer relation management, actively planning and prospecting for new business opportunities and building rapport with existing clients within her territory.
Jane's role will also entail the sales of consumables and equipment, supporting the equipment specialist, Frances Casamento. Her interdisciplinary skill and expertise in cell biology, molecular biology, material science, chemistry allowed her to support researchers with appropriate resources and information. She is also customers primary contact, following up on enquires and complaint resolution.
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Kislay completed M.Sc in Applied Microbiology in India with research on plant derived bioactive compounds against infectivity and propagation of Hepatitis E virus. He then moved to Deakin Uni Australia in 2010 to pursue a PhD in targeting cancer cell death using nanoformulated recombinant proteins. Kislay gained experience in lecturing and student supervision during the 5 years of postdoctoral research career with focusses on nanomedicine and brain metastasis.
Kislay joined in Vitro in August 2018 as a life science support specialist and was moved into a team lead role in April 2019. During this period he undertook sales training and gained sales support experience.
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Josh has been working with various laboratory equipment for over 9 years, across many applications within research, manufacturing and testing laboratories.
Josh loves to get out and be hands on working with customers to get the best out of our equipment.
Outside of work his passion is to explore all parts of Australia with his family in their caravan.
Vahid completed his PhD at the University of Adelaide where he investigated the role of the ovarian hormones on cytokine regulation in mammary gland. He then undertook post-doctoral research at the Centre for Cancer Biology at University of South Australia. He developed expertise in the areas of fat metabolism, tumour microenvironment, and cell biology.
Vahid joined the In Vitro team in November 2020 as a Life Science Territory Manager. He provides scientific and technical support to Life Science researchers across Victoria.
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Katelyn completed a Bachelor of Biomedical Science followed by honours at Deakin University where she focused on the regulation of gene expression in breast cancer cells.
Katelyn became part of the In Vitro Technologies team in 2017 as a Life Science Support Specialist and provided scientific as well as technical support to the consumables portfolio across Australia. She is now a Territory Manager and supports the needs of researchers across Victoria and Tasmania.
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Saji completed her PhD research project in Pharmacology & Pharmaceutical Science at the University of South Australia (School of Pharmacy and Medical Science) in its aim to develop novel drug delivery formulations for treatment of intracellular infectious disease. She has worked as a teaching fellow and laboratory demonstrator in the department of Health Science at UniSA. Through her postgraduate research, Saji gained extensive experience working in the PC2 laboratory, where dealing with cell culture and associated in vitro and in vivo assays.
Saji then joined the In Vitro Technology Company in June 2021 as a Life Science Territory Manager to provide scientific and technical support to Life Science researchers across South Australia and Western Australia.
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Jeremy joined In Vitro Technologies in September 2018 as Service engineer for Infection control and Scientific divisions, then recently taking on the challenge of the Equipment specialist in August 2021, whilst keeping the service aspect of his role for Scientific Division
Jeremy comes from a strong background of service engineering within the medical and bio- pharma industries traveling globally as a service engineer
After having worked on all seven continents across the globe, Jeremy settled in Western Australia back in 2008 and has quickly made Perth his home
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Rocio completed a Degree in Dental Surgery and a Master’s degree in Dental Science at Autonomous University of Mexico State. She also completed her PhD in Immunology at QIMR Berghofer Medical Research Institute-Griffith University. Her research focused in the screening, identification, testing and synthesis of compounds that enhance human immune function.
After completing her studies, she undertook a temporary position as a research officer at QIMR. She has recently joined the company as life sciences territory manager QLD.
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I have over 10 years’ experience in Scientific sales covering the Equipment, Consumables and Chemical portfolios. Working across a broad range of fields including Life Science, Food and Beverage, Industrial and Mining.
I joined In Vitro Technologies in July 2021 as an Equipment Specialist covering Queensland and Northern Territory, and really enjoy the personal interactions with the customers to help identify and provide solutions to meet their requirements.
Daniel completed a Bachelor of Honours in Pharmacology at University of Auckland Faculty of Medical and Health Science, his research focused on the regulation of glycosylation via calcium in neuronal maturation After which within the department of Anatomy he work on characterising the distribution and identity of stem cells in the human brain.
Daniel is based in Auckland and has been with In Vitro Technologies for two years starting in a Life Science Sales Support role before moving into a Territory Management role for the Upper North Island looking after our equipment and consumables portfolios. He is committed to providing the best technical and sales support to those at the bench to help with the unique challenges faced by NZ scientists.
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Meryl completed her PhD at the University of Auckland before undertaking post-doctoral research at the University Of Leeds, UK. Her research focused on understanding how pathogenic RNA viruses replicate and using structure-based drug design to target essential replication proteins. She is experienced in a range of structural and molecular techniques.
Meryl joined In Vitro Technologies in 2017 and is based in Auckland. She started as a Life Science support specialist and is now a Territory Manager helping researchers in the Lower North Island.
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Rachel has a PhD from the University of Otago and has worked as a Teaching Fellow and Laboratory Demonstrator in the Department of Physiology at University of Otago. Throughout her postgraduate research, Rachel has gained 4 years’ experience working with Molecular Biology, Microbiology and Tissue Culture applications.
Rachel is based in Dunedin and is responsible for all our Life Science & Industrial Science equipment and consumable needs for the South Island. Rachel is dedicated to providing excellent customer service and technical sales support to all our customers.
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Cindy completed a Bachelor of Biotechnology in China and undertook Postgraduate research in National University of Singapore where she studied gene and protein functions involved in cancer development.
Cindy has over 14 years of product marketing, technical support, and sales experience in world leading life science companies and specializes in molecular diagnostic technologies. Cindy has a strong customer service mindset.
Cindy joined In Vitro Technologies life science support team in October 2020 and was soon promoted to be the team leader.
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Melinda has completed a Bachelor of Science at the University of Melbourne, followed by a Master of Biotechnology at Monash University. In her penultimate year of her master’s degree, she completed a 6-month internship at Seqirus CSL. During her internship she started a project focusing on characterising quasi species in seasonal influenza.
Melinda became part of the In Vitro Technologies team in 2021 as a Life Science Support Specialist. Still currently a Life Science Support Specialist Melinda provides scientific as well as technical support to the consumables portfolio across Australia.
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Sheetal has a bachelor’s degree in biomedical sciences from La Trobe University and completed her masters of biotechnology (Research) at Monash University. Her masters research was focused primarily on muscular dystrophies and the role of myosin 10. Her time at Olivia Newton John Cancer Research Institute (ONJCRI) and Australian Regenerative Medicine Institute (ARMI) has equipped her with extensive scientific knowledge.
She joined the life science team in February 2021 and has actively contributed to the team. She enjoys working with customers and strives to provide excellent customer and technical assistance.
Mostafa possesses a bachelor’s degree in Biomedical Science and a Bachelor of Science (biomedical science) honours degree, majoring in Human Physiology and Molecular Cell Biology from Victoria University. His honours research was focused on the effects of a single session of high intensity interval exercise on blood glucose, lactate, and other biomarkers. During his time at Victoria University, Mostafa was involved in a study as a co-author, looking into a single session of high-intensity interval exercise in hypoxia and mitochondrial respiration or content in human skeletal muscle.
Mostafa joined Vitro Technologies life science team in July 2021 as a life science support specialist. He provides scientific as well as technical support to customers throughout Australia