Dr Gregory Rice

Chief Scientific Officer

Dr Greg Rice PhD BSc (Hon) MHA Grad Dip Mgt is an internationally recognised academic and commercial scientist with over 30 years’ expertise and experience in oncology, perinatology, exosome-based research, clinical translational research, IVD development and commercialisation. He has held senior academic appointments, co-founded hospital-based clinical research centres in both oncology and perinatology, and co-founded and led diagnostic companies. He is an award-winning scientist with a strong international profile and clinical research networks. He has published more than 280 peer-reviewed scientific publications and is a regular invited speaker at international conferences. He has held numerous academic leadership positions including at the University of Queensland (UQ), Baker Heart and Diabetes Institute, University of Melbourne, and Monash University. As Director of the UQ Centre for Clinical Diagnostics (CCD), he established the Centre, implemented an ISO17025 quality management system, secured NATA accreditation, and established an exosome research facility to evaluate the clinical utility of extracellular vesicles as liquid biopsies, IVDs and therapeutics. Additionally, he was a Founding Director and CSO of diagnostics company HealthLinx Ltd and more recently CEO of Pregnostica SpA. His academic qualifications include a Doctor of Philosophy and Bachelor of Science (First Class Honours) from the University of Western Australia and a Graduate Diploma in Management and Master of Health Administration from RMIT University.