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Tony Ayers Prize for Excellence in Research in Translational Medicine

Tony Ayers Prize for Excellence in Research in Translational Medicine

Congratulations to Dr Anselm Enders who has been awarded The Tony Ayers Prize for 2015.

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Personal genome sequencing

Personal genome sequencing

Personal genome sequencing is revealing the scale of human genetic variation - including disrupted and garbled information - that we all contain.

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New recognition for diabetes research team

New recognition for diabetes research team

Professor Chris Parish and his team from The John Curtin School of Medical Research have been recognised in 10 of the Best Research Projects 2014 for their work on Type 1 diabetes.

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Academy honours JCSMR scientist

Academy honours JCSMR scientist

The Australian Academy of Science has honoured scientists from The Australian National University (ANU) for their work and discoveries in the core of the earth, astronomy, rocket science and the human immune system.

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JCSMR seeks to attract six exceptional researchers for new positions

JCSMR seeks to attract six exceptional researchers for new positions

The John Curtin School of Medical Research is seeking applications for six research-intensive positions to foster national and international leadership in medical research.

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ANU scientists must win trust before building genome trail for Aborigines

ANU scientists must win trust before building genome trail for Aborigines

Blood samples collected over 30 years from 7000 Aborigines across Australia could be taken out of storage at the ANU in Canberra and used for genome science. Come and listen to Professor Simon Easteal's Public Lecture on Monday 25 May at 5.30pm.

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Our research

The overall aim of the Genome Biology Program is to understand the connection between genomes and phenotypes and how this relationship is regulated in response to environmental...
The Department of Immunology and Infectious Disease provides an advanced research and training environment with a critical mass of interdisciplinary expertise and infrastructure...
The Eccles Institute of Neuroscience (EIN), was launched in 2012 in new state of the art facilities within The John Curtin School of Medical Research (JCSMR). EIN was planned and...
The Department of Cancer Biology and Therapeutics uses the latest “omics” technologies combined with classic biochemistry, cell biology, immunology and clinically...

Study

New and exciting opportunities to undertake Research (PhD and MPhil) and Coursework Masters Programs at JCSMR.

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Students graduating

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