Past events

12–1pm 3 May 2013
Dr Axel Kallies, Molecular Immunology, Walter and Eliza Hall Institute. Our lab is interested in understanding the molecular events that regulate late lymphocyte differentiation. This process is central to the immune system as it...
5.30–6.15pm 30 April 2013
Laureate Professor Peter Doherty, Department of Microbiology...
5.30–6.15pm 29 April 2013
Laureate Professor Rolf Zinkernagel, Experimental Immunology, The University of Zurich. Analysis of the Immune system is fascinating and progressing rapidly. As a field of medical enquiry, it has however, drifted away to turn...
12–1pm 26 April 2013
 Professor Eileen McLaughlin, School of Environmental and Life Sciences, The University of Newcastle. Professor McLaughlin undertook a PhD at the University of Bristol on the effects of cryopreservation on human gametes and...
12–1pm 19 April 2013
Professor Linda Richards, Queensland Brain Institute. The brain must be wired correctly in order to function.  Brain wiring forms both pre- and postnatally through a series of highly orchestrated molecular, cellular and...
12–1pm 10 April 2013
Dr Satyajit Rath, MB,BS, MD (Pathology), National Institute of Immunology, New Delhi, India. My basic and post-graduate medical training was at the universities of Pune and Mumbai in India. My post-doctoral work was at the...
4–5pm 5 April 2013
Assistant Professor Evelyn Lambe, Department of Physiology, University of Toronto. Research interests of The Developmental Cortical Physiology Laboratory include the developmental changes in the physiology and pharmacology of the...
12–1pm 5 April 2013
Dr Jose Polo, Reprogramming and Epigenetics Laboratory, Monash University. Jose Maria Polo was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina where he graduated from Buenos Aires University as a biochemist. In 2002, Jose began his graduate...
4–5pm 22 March 2013
Professor Caryl Hill, Blood Vessel Group, Eccles Institute of Neuroscience, JCSMR, ANU. The health of tissues throughout the body depends on the fine tuning of blood flow through capillary and arteriolar networks to match changes...
12–1pm 22 March 2013
Professor Mark Bellgrove, School of Psychology and Psychiatry, Monash University. Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a common psychiatric disorder of childhood affecting 3-5% of school-aged children. Children with...
10am–2pm 22 March 2013
The John Curtin School of Medical Research is pleased to present the first Trade Display Expo for 2013. The Trade Display Expo will give you a unique opportunity to explore new equipment, ask questions of the visiting...
12–1pm 15 March 2013
Professor Glenda Halliday, Neuroscience Research Australia. Professor Glenda Halliday is an internationally renowned expert in the pathogenesis of Parkinson’s disease and other neurodegenerative disorders. She received her...
4–5pm 8 March 2013
Dr Jean-Didier Breton, Neuronal Integration Group, Eccles Institute of Neuroscience, JCSMR, ANU. Inhibition in the central nervous system is primarily mediated by the release of the neurotransmitter GABA. GABA is responsible for...
1–3pm 8 March 2013
Gordon Leslie Ada, AO, FAA (1922-2012) was an internationally renowned scientist best known for his seminal contributions to the fields of Virology and Immunology. In commemoration of his contribution to scientific research, The...
1–3pm 8 March 2013
Gordon Leslie Ada, AO, FAA (1922-2012) was an internationally renowned scientist best known for his seminal contributions to the fields of Virology and Immunology. In commemoration of his contribution to scientific research, The...
12–1pm 1 March 2013
Professor Vaughan Macefield, Integrative Physiology, School of Medicine, University of Western Sydney. Vaughan Macefield is Foundation Chair of Integrative Physiology at the School of Medicine, University of Western Sydney, and a...
12–1pm 27 February 2013
Understanding the dynamics of the adaptive immune repertoire by next generation sequencing Rachel Bashford-Rogers, Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute Cambridge, UK The adaptive immune response selectively expands B and T-cell...
4–5pm 22 February 2013
Mr Scott Jones, Neuronal Integration Group, Eccles Institute of Neuroscience, JCSMR, ANU. Small-conductance calcium-activated potassium channels, or SK channels, play an important role in regulating neuronal excitability. While...
12–1pm 18 February 2013
Dr Purnima Bhat, University of Queensland Diamantina Institute. Interferon-gamma has many functions in driving inflammation, including recruitment of inflammatory cells, and promoting MHC-I expression in target tissue. In mice,...
4–5pm 15 February 2013
Mr Daniel Chaston, Blood Vessel Group, Eccles Institute of Neuroscience, JCSMR, ANU. Cardiovascular functions such as the heart beat and arterial responses require the synchronous activity of millions of cells. For such...

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