Che is a creative problem solver who turns diverse viewpoints into organisational strengths.
His collaborative approach combines with a background in scientific research to deliver solutions for clients. Comfortable engaging with stakeholders at all levels, Che brings robust analytical skills honed over a decade in the health and science sectors. His passion for fostering strong teamwork combines with his commitment to tangible results to make him a valuable addition to any project.
- Led a ground-breaking study, published in the journal Nature and with a team of more than 16 scientists, that provided fresh insights into combating autoimmune diseases
- Was a founding member of the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute’s mentor program, which fosters stronger relationships between students and faculty
- As Student President, successfully advocated for the introduction of financial assistance for students at the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute to support students in their academic endeavours.
Outside of Nous
Before Nous, Che conducted his postdoctoral research in biochemistry and cell biology in Munich, Germany, and published in the esteemed journal, Nature. In Australia, he worked at top research institutes and served as Student President during his PhD at the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute. His varied roles include advising biotech startups and serving on an executive committee for a blockchain organisation.
Che also holds a Bachelor of Science (Honours) from the University of Melbourne.
In his spare time...
Che enjoys refereeing basketball, surfing, swimming in the ocean, and having dinner parties with friends and family.