Robert Flower

Professor Robert Flower is National R&D Leader—Product Safety at the Australian Red Cross Blood Service and holds adjunct professorial appointments at the University of Sydney Medical School and the University of Queensland. His research focuses broadly on transfusion safety, with teams using in vivo and in vitro models to investigate impacts of transfusion and the application of genotyping to improve the matching of blood for patients. Robert has over 250 papers and published abstracts in the scientific literature. He has a strong commitment to education and teaches TAFE, university undergraduate and medical advanced trainees.

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Blood types: the not so bleeding obvious

Blood types: the not so bleeding obvious
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