Coach. Coxswain. Cancer researcher.

It’s 6am and Dr Renae Domaschenz is on Lake Burley Griffin, coaching some of Australia’s best rowing athletes. By 8am she’s hitting the pavement, getting her cardio done. By 9am she’s in her lab, continuing the search for cancer cures. In this video, find out what motivates Renae to push the limits on the lake and in the lab.

Coach. Coxswain. Cancer researcher: meet Renae Domaschenz

Coach. Coxswain. Cancer researcher: meet Renae Domaschenz.

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