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24 July 2012
Professor Ted Maddess showing Mrs Gretel Bootes and her grandson Charles Bootes the Fundus Camera purchased with the assistance of a donation from The Bootes Foundation in 2011.
13 July 2012
Clustering breast cancers by their transcriptome into ‘molecular subtypes’ identifies a number of groups with unique histopathology and clinical behaviour. These...
13 July 2012
Pictured are Associate Professor Christain Stricker with Dr Julian Choy. Also graduating were Dr Ruwani Hewawasam and Dr Jinghua Feng.  
13 July 2012
Professor Shannon Weickert has made seminal contributions to the conceptualization of schizophrenia as a neurodevelopmental disorder and is best known for her pioneering work on...
3 July 2012
Professor David Tremethick, Head of the Department of Genome Biology at JCSMR and his colleagues at Colorado State University and the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Fort Collins...
2 July 2012
The prize winners from the ASMR ACT New Investigators Forum from L to R are: Tennille Sibbritt (2012 University of Canberra Best Poster Presentation Award); Daniel Chaston (2012...
2 July 2012
In July, The John Curtin School of Medical Research (JCSMR) at The Australian National University, hosted the 3rd Bootes Course on Translational Medicine: The Pathway from...
25 June 2012
Professor Ted Maddess, Diagnostics for Eye Diseases Group, The John Curtin School of Medical Research, ANU. Eye disease and visual impairment cost Australia about $4 billion pa,...
22 June 2012
Congratulations to Professor Elizabeth Blackburn who has been awarded the Curtin Medal for Excellence in Medical Research at JCSMR, for her discovery of the telomere and its...
21 June 2012
Carly Hynes and Tennille Sibbritt, both PhD scholars from the RNA Biology Group in the Department of Genome Biology, have been awarded Travel Bursary awards to attend the 2012...
20 June 2012
The ACT Final of The Australian Brain Bee Challenge was held at JCSMR on Tuesday 19 June. In the 'Individual Challenge' section the winner was Niluka Karunasekara from...
5 June 2012
In one of the most famous faux pas of exploration, Columbus set sail for India and instead ‘discovered’ America. Similarly, when scientists at the European Molecular...
5 June 2012
Two ANU academics have been named in the top 12 most influential Australian researchers by global data corporation Thomson Reuters. Professor Greg Stuart, Head of the...
23 April 2012
Julian Choy a Postdoctoral Fellow in the Eccles Institute of Neuroscience is also the head of the Canberra chapter of Mensa, the high-IQ society opened in 1946 for the smartest 2...
5 April 2012
Associate Professor Guna Karupiah, group leader of the Infection...
4 April 2012
Dr Rebecca Sweet from the Department of Pathogens and Immunity has been awarded a Human Frontiers fellowship  for her research into The role of T cell derived interferon...
3 April 2012
Dr Nicole Norris, Department of Translational Biosciences, has had her Journal of Biological Chemistry paper, "Structural and functional analysis of thetandem beta-zipper...
27 March 2012
Congratulations to Professor Greg Stuart on the occasion of his election to the Australian Academy of Science! This is a very well deserved recognition of his exciting and cutting...
22 March 2012
Dr Seth Berkley, CEO of the GAVI Alliance visited JCSMR as the guest of AusAID to speak about Australia and GAVI: Saving the lives of women and children through immunisation....
19 March 2012
Rufika Abidin, who completed her Honours degree in the Computational and Conceptual Biology Group at JCSMR in 2010, has won first prize in a poster competition held by AusAid and...

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