Past events

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...
12–1pm 17 May 2013
Professor Moustapha Kassem, Director, Laboratory of the Molecular Endocrinology, Medical Biotechnology Centre, University of Southern Denmark. Moustapha Kassem, MD, PhD, (born 1959) is a scientist, physician and endocrinologist...
12–1pm 10 May 2013
Professor Rob Shepherd, Bionics Institute, Melbourne. Professor Rob Shepherd was appointed the Director of the Bionics Institute (formerly the Bionic Ear Institute) and the inaugural Professor of Medical Bionics at the University...
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...

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