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26 August 2015
Personal genome sequencing is revealing the scale of human genetic variation - including disrupted and garbled information - that we all contain.  The sheer magnitude of this...
31 July 2015
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...
17 July 2015
Our congratulations to our July Graduands, (pictured from left to right) Susan Morton, JCSMR Director Simon Foote, Mehmet Yabas, Tatiana Vassilieva, Alvin Pratama, Deepthi Menon,...
24 June 2015
Professor Hiroshi Asahara, Professor Yoshinobu Eishi and Professor Kazuki Takada came to JCSMR on Tuesday 23 June, to hear about the research that six students from the Tokyo...
1 June 2015
The University is going Smoke-Free from 20 July 2015.  Under the new policy the University environment will be smoke-free and prohibits all smoking (including electronic...
25 May 2015
The John Curtin School of Medical Research is seeking applications for six research-intensive positions to foster national and international leadership in medical research....
25 May 2015
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...
18 May 2015
Benefactors Cynthia Harvey and her husband Gary Vipond were welcomed this month at the Centre for Personalised Immunology (CPI) at The John Curtin School of Medical Research....
18 May 2015
Blood samples collected over 30 years from 7000 Aborigines in missions and settlements across  Australia could be taken out of long-term storage at the...
12 May 2015
The inaugural School of Personalised Immunology was held at JCSMR on the 2-3 May 2015. Convened by Associate Professor David Fulcher the School had 70 attendees including...
27 April 2015
Genomics and Predictive Medicine group member, Associate Professor Brett Lidbury (pictured on the right), has been recently awarded $247,745.00 by the The Judith Jane Mason...
23 April 2015
ANU researchers have helped find a new way to make anti-malaria drugs more effective by combining them with a low dose of an anti-cancer drug. Malaria kills more than 500,000...
17 April 2015
Professor Simon Foote, Director of The John Curtin School of Medical Research and Professor Weiping Li, President of the Renji Hospital, Shanghai Jiaotong University School of...
17 April 2015
Medical researcher Professor Thomas Preiss has been named an Adjunct Group Leader (Faculty) of the European Molecular Biology Laboratory Australia (EMBL Australia) in recognition...
9 April 2015
An ANU medical researcher has been awarded an international grant to conduct revolutionary research into the germinal centre, a crucial but poorly understood part of the...
9 April 2015
Professor Simon Foote, Director of the John Curtin School of Medical Research, has been appointed to the council of the new Australian Academy of Health and Medical Sciences...
27 March 2015
Congratulations to JCSMR researchers Charani Ranasinghe (pictured) and Ron Jackson who have recieved an NHMRC Develpoment grant. The grant, which was announced on 25 March, also...
10 March 2015
Roquin, a protein that has a key role in the body's immune system has now been shown to regulate miR-146a longevity, a miRNA that is important for regulating the function of a...
3 March 2015
Professor Thomas Preiss and Rina Soetanto were part of a team that has discovered a protein that has a key role to play in the body's immune system has now been found to be...
27 February 2015
Media reports on advances in medical genetics have a sad tendency to carry a dystopian tone. It is often the case that scarcely a paragraph is written before talk of ‘...

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