12–1pm 9 June 2017
Associate Professor Ross Laybutt, Garvan Institute of Medical Research, Sydney, NSW
Type 2 diabetes arises in subjects with islet beta cells that are susceptible to dysfunction and death under conditions of high insulin demand...
3.30–4.30pm 8 June 2017
Dr Alexandra Hackmann, The Fischer Group - Epigenetics and Genome Stability, JCSMR
Seminar will be followed by drinks in The Staff Tearoom.
12–1pm 5 June 2017
Genotype/Phenotype Relations of Nfkb2 in the Immune System
Ainsley Davies, The Cook Group, Department of Immunology and Infectious Disease, JCSMR, ANU, and The Canberra Hospital
Using Noscapine Derivatives to...
12–1pm 2 June 2017
Professor Paul A Gleeson, Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Bio21 Molecular Science and Biotechnology Institute, The University of Melbourne, Melbourne, VIC
The Golgi apparatus is a highly dynamic organelle at...
12–1pm 31 May 2017
Role of Polycomb gene in immune responses
Dr Lisa Miosge, The Goodnow Group, JCSMR
Heparan Sulfate in T cell development
Dr David Simon Davis, The Parish Group, JCSMR
5.30–6.15pm 29 May 2017
Professor Joan Leach, Director, Australian National Centre for the Public Awareness of Science (CPAS), ANU
The 1960s were a heady decade for ‘selling’ Big Science to global publics. Medical research was included in...
3.30–4.30pm 26 May 2017
Michael Lawrence G. Castanares, Daria Group, JCSMR
12–1pm 26 May 2017
Dr WM (Steve) Lee, Senior Lecturer/ARC DECRA, ANU College of Engineering and Computer Science
Since Antonie Leeuwenhoek and Robert Hooke opened our eyes to an animated world of microbes using polished lenses, light microscopy...
12–1pm 25 May 2017
Rohan Williams, Singapore Centre for Environmental Life Sciences Engineering, National University of Singapore
Understanding the composition and function of complex microbial communities remains a key goal of applied microbial...
3.30–4.30am 25 May 2017
Dr Lee Wong, Monash University.
Dr Lee Wong is a group leader at Monash University, Australia. Her long-standing research interest is to identify new chromatin factors that control chromosome stability and genetic...
12–1pm 24 May 2017
Henry Sutton, The Cockburn Group, JCSMR
Does affinity determine Malaria Specific B cell Fate
Alicia Wilson, The Bruestle Group, JCSMR
3.30–4.30pm 19 May 2017
Dr Ehsan Kheradpezhouh, The Arabzadeh Group, JCSMR
12–1pm 19 May 2017
In vivo targets and mechanisms of gene control during protein synthesis
Dr Nikolay Shirokikh, The Preiss Group- RNA Biology, JCSMR
Translation of messenger(m)RNA into proteins is central to eukaryotic gene control....
12–1pm 17 May 2017
Associate Professor Brendan McMorran, The McMorran Group, JCSMR
3.30–4.30pm 12 May 2017
Professor David Bryant, University of Otago, New Zealand
One of the big challenges for biomathematicians is the design of models which can capture the wide range of evolutionary processes and yet be computationally and...
12–1pm 12 May 2017
Professor Melanie Bahlo, Co-Division Head, Population Health and Immunity Division, The Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research. Parkville, VIC
Most of the human morbidity and mortality due to malaria is caused by...
10.30am 12 May 2017
Mother’s Day Raffle to support the JCSMR Oxfam Trailwalker Team: The Curtin Trailblazers
Around the globe, Oxfam works to find practical, innovative ways for people to lift themselves out of poverty and thrive.
1.30–2.30pm 10 May 2017
Dr Rafal Ciosk, The Friedrich Miescher Institute for Biomedical Research, Basel, Switzerland
6–7 May 2017
The MS 24 Hour Mega Swim is a fun team relay event where teams have a swimmer in the water for the entire 24 hours and compete for laps swum and money raised, in support for people living with multiple sclerosis. It is one of...
12–1pm 5 May 2017
Dr Thijs van Vlijmen, Senior Publishing Editor, Springer-Nature Publishing House
Publishing is a key requirement for any academic’s career progression. In the modern age the number of available journals is staggering (...