Past events

5–5.40pm 18 July 2013
Professor Martin Pera, The University of Melbourne and Stem Cells Australia. Professor Martin Pera is the Program Leader of Stem Cells Australia. Professor Pera was among a small number of researchers who pioneered the isolation...
1–1.40pm 18 July 2013
Professor Michael Cowley, Department of Physiology, Monash University, Melbourne. Overweight and obesity have reached epidemic proportions in Australia. Less than one third of the Australian adult population has normal weight....
5–5.40pm 17 July 2013
Dr Matthew Rimmer, Australian Centre for Intellectual Property in Agriculture, ANU. This presentation considers the legal and public policy debate over patent law and stem cell research. It examines the relationship between...
5–5.40pm 16 July 2013
Dr Bernard Tuch, Diabetes Therapy Project, CSIRO. Diabetes is a challenging problem for public health worldwide. It is a chronic disorder in which a person has high blood sugar. Blood sugar levels are controlled by insulin, which...
5–5.40pm 15 July 2013
Professor Klaus Matthaei, The John Curtin School of Medical Research, ANU. It was understood as early as in Greek Mythology that certain organs could regenerate after damage, as described by Zeus punishing Prometheus for stealing...
8.30am 15 July – 5.30pm 18 July 2013
From Monday 15-Thursday 18 July 2013, The John Curtin School of Medical Research (JCSMR) at The Australian National University, will host the 4th  Bootes Course on Translational Medicine: The Pathway from Discovery to...
12–1pm 12 July 2013
Associate Professor Richard Callaghan, Human Disease and Membrane Transport Laboratory, Research School of Biology, ANU. Richard Callaghan obtained his BSc and PhD from the University of Melbourne, completing the latter in 1990....
12–1pm 28 June 2013
Professor Frances Separovic, School of Chemistry, Bio21 Institute, The University of Melbourne. Increased specificity of antimicrobial peptides (AMP) against bacterial lipid membranes is required for the therapeutic development...
5.30–6.15pm 24 June 2013
Professor Christopher Parish, Cancer and Vascular Biology Group and Director of The John Curtin School of Medical Research, ANU. Professor Chris Parish will deliver the 3rd Annual John Curtin Lecture in Medical Research which is...
12–1pm 21 June 2013
Associate Professor Michael Valenzuela, Leader, Regenerative Neuroscience Group, Brain...
10am–2pm 21 June 2013
The John Curtin School of Medical Research is pleased to present the second Trade Display Expo for 2013. The Trade Display Expo will give you a unique opportunity to explore new equipment, ask questions of the visiting...
3.30–4.30pm 14 June 2013
Dr Victoria Johnstone, Department of Physiology, Monash University, Melbourne. Dr Johnstone completed her PhD in the Learning and Memory laboratory at The John Curtin School of Medical Research at The Australian National...
12–1pm 14 June 2013
Professor Tim Senden, Head of the Dept of Applied Mathematics and Deputy Director for Technology Development in the Research School of Physics and Engineering, ANU. Over the past decade the ANU has developed a strength in a...
12–1pm 7 June 2013
Professor Gordon Lynch, Department of Physiology, University of Melbourne. Professor Gordon Lynch is the Head of the Department of Physiology at The University of Melbourne. His research is dedicated to investigating the...
9am–5pm 4 June 2013
As part of the Australian Society for Medical Research (ASMR) Medical Research Week® in the ACT a New Investigator Forum (NIF) will be held on 4 June at JCSMR. The forum will comprise of posters and oral presentations from...
10am–4pm 1 June 2013
Please join us on Saturday 1 June from 10-4pm to view the newly opened clinical research suites at The John Curtin School of Medical Research. Talk to a researcher about our studies into obesity, vision and vitamin D. Get your...
12–1pm 31 May 2013
Associate Professor Ian Cockburn, Malaria Immunology, Department of Pathogens and Immunity, JCSMR, ANU. It is over 100 years since the discovery that malaria is transmitted by mosquitoes, however we are still learning about the...
4–5pm 24 May 2013
Helena Huang, Cerebral Cortex Group, Eccles Institute of Neuroscience, JCSMR, ANU. The primary olfactory cortex or the piriform cortex is important for the processing of olfactory sensory information and the formation of “...
12–1pm 24 May 2013
Dr Ehsan Arabzadeh, MD, PhD, Neural Coding Group, Eccles Institute of Neuroscience, JCSMR, ANU. Ehsan Arabzadeh is a group leader and an ARC Future Fellow at the Eccles Institute of Neuroscience.  He holds a Medical Degree (...
11am–12pm 21 May 2013
Professor Marc Jenkins, University of Minnesota. Naive lymphocytes are formed by random processes without foreign antigens. The cells with relevant antigen receptors are then selected into the immune response after a foreign...

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