Past events

3.30–4.30pm 26 August 2016
Michael Roper  GWAS in micro-organisms is problematic due to the rapid rate of evolution. This brings to the fore a question of current interest: How should we usefully define and represent "genetic relatedness...
12–1pm 26 August 2016
Professor Elizabeth Coulson, School of Biomedical Sciences, Queensland Brain Institute, Clem Jones Centre for Ageing Dementia Research, The University of Queensland. Alzheimer’s disease is the leading cause of dementia...
3.30–4.30pm 25 August 2016
Dr Lisa Lindqvist, NHMRC Early Career Fellow, Cell Signalling and Cell Death Division, The Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research, Melbourne, VIC Cellular stress induces many pro-survival and cell death...
3.30–4.30pm 19 August 2016
Dr Maurits Evers, Department of Genome Sciences, The John Curtin School of Medical Research, The Australian National University Metagene analyses (MGA) can be useful for identifying global patterns from quantitative high...
12–1pm 19 August 2016
John T Harty, PhD, Mark Stinski Chair in Microbial Immunology, Department of Microbiology, University of Iowa, IA, USA Malaria remains a global health menace and we lack effective vaccines to combat this disease.  In part...
9.30–10.30am 19 August 2016
Tissue-specific immunopathology during malaria Professor Cevayir Coban (IFreC, Osaka University, Japan) Roles of macrophages in inducible adjubancity for infection and vaccination Professor Ken Ishii (NIBIOHN and IFreC,...
3.30–4.30pm 18 August 2016
Mr Andrew Shafik, The Preiss Group, Department of Genome Sciences, JCSMR   Seminar will be followed by refreshments in the JCSMR Tea Room.  
12–1pm 18 August 2016
Professor Arlene Sharpe, Division of Immunology, Department of Microbiology and Immunobiology, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA, USA The discovery of T Follicular Regulatory (Tfr) cells has led to a revised view of the...
12–1pm 17 August 2016
Dr Ben Roediger, Skin Inflammation Group, Immune Imaging Program, Centenary Institute, University of Sydney Sydney NSW In Western countries, one in five children will develop atopic dermatitis (AD; eczema), an inflammatory...
3.30–4.30pm 12 August 2016
Di Hu, The Potas Group, Eccles Institute of Neuroscience, JCSMR, ANU       
3.30–4.30pm 12 August 2016
Timothy McInerney, The John Curtin School of Medical Research, The Australian National University Character Compatibility Analysis Part II Investigating the causes of phylogenetic collapse in human mitochondria In the...
12–1pm 12 August 2016
Professor Susan Clark, Division of Genomics and Epigenetics, Garvan Institute of Medical Research, Sydney, NSW A three-dimensional chromatin state underpins the structural and functional basis of the genome by bringing...
5.15–6pm 10 August 2016
Professor Frank Bowden, Infectious Diseases Expert, ANU Medical School, The Australian National University, Canberra, ACT Frank is an infectious diseases physician at Canberra Hospital, and author of the newly released book:...
3.30–4.30pm 5 August 2016
Mr John Pearce, The Maddess Group, Eccles Institute of Neuroscience, JCSMR, ANU      
3.30–4.30pm 5 August 2016
Shaun Lehmann, The John Curtin School of Medical Research, ANU Phylogenetic studies of mitochondrial genomes have played an important role in exploring human evolution, migration patterns, and the relationships between...
12–1pm 5 August 2016
Dr Sarah-Jane Dawson, Molecular Biomarkers and Translational Genomics Laboratory, Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre, Melbourne, VIC Cell-free circulating DNA containing tumor-specific sequences can be identified in the plasma of...
12–1pm 3 August 2016
Kathryn McKeon, The Vinuesa Group Investigating how genetic variants in BANK1 and BLK lead to a loss of B cell tolerance Anselm Enders, The Enders Group BCR signalling in SPP2A deficiency
12–1pm 29 July 2016
Professor John Rasko AO, Sydney Medical School, University of Sydney, Head, Gene and Stem Cell Therapy Program, Centenary Institute, Head of Department, Cell & Molecular Therapies, Royal Prince Alfred Hospital...
3.30–4.30pm 28 July 2016
Deriving murine transformed hepatocytes in primary culture: novel technique and potential utility. Dr Sharon Pok, ANUMS   This seminar will be followed by drinks in the Tea Room

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