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22 March 2018
When Ken Cooper lost his wife Susan to cancer, he determined to do three things in her memory. First, he installed a stone plaque in the vegetable garden of the Southern...
8 March 2018
Learn more about the history of malaria and why we need to develop new tools to fight this deadly fever, thanks to Harry Sutton from the Cockburn Lab on Ask Fuzzy – A...
7 March 2018
The Genetics Society of Australasia’s annual conference will take place at the University of Canberra, 1-4 July 2018, with a satellite meeting, the Asia-Pacific Chromosome...
28 February 2018
Imag(in)ing, a new exhibition mixing art and science is now open at the Ewart Gallery, Sydney. This exhibition, curated by Jane Théau, is part of the Workshop Arts Centre's...
28 February 2018
Hayley McNamara, the Cockburn Group, has been selected as one of eight rising stars of Australian science, to attend the prestigious 68th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting, 24-29 June...
16 February 2018
Professor Ross Hannan is a great detective of cancer research—finding and developing new cancer treatments for patients at the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre. ‘...
5 February 2018
Written by Katharine Bassett How did I get here? I think you have made a mistake, I don’t belong here…I am an imposter. To understand how I am an imposter...
15 January 2018
Professor Chris Nolan, Director of Endocrinology and Diabetes for ACT Health and Professor of Endocrinology at the ANU Medical School serves patients at The Canberra Hospital and...
Emeritus Professor David Curtis
20 December 2017
The Australian National University (ANU) is mourning the death of Emeritus Professor David Curtis, a distinguished medical scientist and former Director of The John Curtin School...
Professor Chris Parish. Image by Stuart Hay, ANU.
13 December 2017
Internationally recognised ANU medical researcher Professor Christopher Parish is to be inducted as a Fellow into the National Academy of Inventors (NAI). Professor Parish, who...
22 November 2017
Dr Leonie Quinn has been awarded a 2017 Innovation Grant from the Cure Brain Cancer Foundation. Dr Quinn will receive $100,000 each year over the next two years to study drug...
16 November 2017
Associate Professor Di Yu, Group Leader in the Department of Immunology and Infectious Disease at JCSMR has received a $1.225M Fellowship from the Sylvia...
13 November 2017
A team of scientists from The Department of Genome Sciences at JCSMR including Dr Renae Domaschenz, Dr Sebastian Kurscheid, Dr Maxim Nekrasov,  Dr...
10 November 2017
  ANU has won $24 million in Australian Research Council (ARC) funding for 58 research projects across the University. In the latest ARC funding round...
10 November 2017
Congratulations to Dr Samantha Montague, who was awarded second prize for her presentation Fibrin-mediated GPVI shedding in patients with trauma or inflammation...
30 October 2017
Congratulations to Smanatha Montague, The Gardiner Group, JCSMR who has been awarded the THANZ ( The Thrombosis and Haemostasis Society of Australia and New Zealand) John Lloyd...
26 October 2017
Human red blood cells are very flexible and have their shape altered during normal physiological blood flow, and more dramatically in some pathological conditions. A recent study...
25 October 2017
Closing dates for applications: Tuesday 31 October The Australian National University (ANU) is looking for the best students in the world to join...
24 October 2017
Congratulations to Professor Thomas Preiss, Associate Professor Di Yu and Associate Professor Charani Ranasinghe who have all been awarded funding for 2018 by NHMRC. Professor...
20 October 2017
The Australian National University (ANU) welcomes the election of three ANU scientists as Fellows to the Australian Academy of Health and Medical Sciences...

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