Chief Science Officer

Professor Marilyn Anderson AO is a founding scientist of Hexima. She has over 40 years’ experience in scientific research in the area of biochemistry and genetics. After completing a BSc Honours at The University of Melbourne and a PhD in Biochemistry at La Trobe University, Professor Anderson spent seven years in the United States working on diabetes at the University of Miami Florida, and molecular biology at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory NY. She is an expert on antifungal and insecticidal molecules produced by plants. She is a fellow of the Australian Academy of Science, the Australian Academy of Technology and Engineering and the Australian Institute of Company Directors.

She is a Professor of Biochemistry at La Trobe University, and a member of the Australian Academy of Science Council. She was appointed an Officer of the Order of Australia in 2016 for distinguished service to science and higher education. She was a member of the La Trobe Council until 2017.

Professor Anderson was appointed Hexima’s Chief Science Officer in July 2009. She was a Director of the Company from 23 November 2010 to 2 December 2021.

Latest News

Wilsons Updated Research Report

Wilsons Equity Research has released an updated analysis on Hexima Limited, with a view on the potential for success in phase II. Wilsons maintains its OVERWEIGHT rating and a $0.75 12-month price target. View the full report (pdf)

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ShareCafe Webinar 29 April 2022

Hexima CEO, Michael Aldridge, presented at the ShareCafe Hidden Gems Webinar on 29 April 2022 at 12:30pm AEST. Mr Aldridge provided a company overview and discussed its phase II clinical trial, including when the company is expecting results from the trial. This...

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NailMail Q1 2022

Hexima is proud to release its “NailMail” quarterly activities report for the quarter ended 31 March 2022. Achievements for the quarter include: Appointed Mr Philip Rose as Chief Commercial Officer and strengthened the manufacturing team with the appointment of Mr Om...

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