Cancer Research Sensory Science exhibition

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Live radio interview with Virgninia Trioli ABC News Radio Melbourne Breakfast show discussing the Biomedicine Discovery Institute Cancer Research Sensory Science Exhibition held on December 6 2019 at Monash University Clayton for low vision and blind communities.



Period6 Dec 2019

Media contributions


Media contributions

  • TitleCancer Research Sensory Science Exhibition, Biomedicine Discovery Institute Clayton
    Degree of recognitionNational
    Media name/outletABC Radio Melbourne
    Media typeRadio
    Duration/Length/Size15 minutes
    DescriptionRadio interview live cross from Monash University with Virginia Trioli ABC News Radio Melbourne. Virginia talks with Erica about her work in the latest Sensory Science Exhibition and research into cancer conducted at the BDI, plus the importance of conveying latest research in biomedicine to blond and low vision audiences.
    Producer/AuthorABC Radio Melbourne, Breakfast Show, Virginia Trioli
    PersonsErica Tandori


TitleCancer Research Sensory Science Exhibition for low vision and blind communities
LocationTeaching and Learning Building, 19 Ancora Imparo Way , Monash University Clayton, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Period6 Dec 2019 → 6 Dec 2019


  • Sensory Science
  • Cancer Research
  • low vision, blindness
  • exhibition
  • Biomedicine Discovery Institute
  • Rossjohn Lab
  • artist in residence
  • science communication
  • disability research