Past events

List of past events.

09
Aug
2019

Controlling protein synthesis at elongation – why do it? »

12pm 9 August 2019

Theme Leader, Nutrition & Metabolism, South Australian Health & Medical Research Institute; Director, Hopwood Centre for Neuroscience, and Deputy Node Head (SA Node), EMBL Australia Partner Laboratory Network, SAHMRI

02
Aug
2019

Presentation from Dr Matthew Tang »

3.30pm 2 August 2019

Dr Matthew Tang, The Queensland Brain Institute

01
Aug
2019

New insights into subnuclear paraspeckles: where long noncoding RNA meets phase separation »

3.30pm 1 August 2019

Dr Archa Fox , Senior Lecturer, University of Western Australia

29
Jul
2019

Better Together at Finding the Path: A story of collaborative mental health research »

5.30pm 29 July 2019

Dr Michelle Banfield has been awarded the 2019 John James Foundation's Tony Ayers Prize for Excellence in Translational Medicine. Dr Banfield is Head of Lived Experience Research at the ANU Centre for Mental Health Research, within the Research School of Population Health.

26
Jul
2019

The therapeutic potential of the phytocannabinoid cannabidiol (CBD) for Alzheimer’s disease – a preclinical perspective. »

12pm 26 July 2019

Prof Tim Karl, School of Medicine, Western Sydney University – affiliated with Neuroscience Research Australia

25
Jul
2019

The Cells Driving ER+ Breast Cancer Risk »

3.30pm 25 July 2019

Dr Kara Britt, Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre

19
Jul
2019

Presentation from Prof Brett Graham »

3.30pm 19 July 2019

Prof Brett Graham, The University of Newcastle

12
Jul
2019

Towards enhanced thrombolysis in stroke »

12pm 12 July 2019

Dr Simone Schoenwaelder, Heart Research Institute & University of Sydney

11
Jul
2019

Immune Mechanisms in Allergy »

4pm 11 July 2019

Dr. Simon P. Hogan PhD, Askwith Research Professor of Food Allergy will present a Special School Seminar at the John Curtin School of Medical Research

05
Jul
2019

Quantitative imaging of nuclear architecture and DNA target search in a living cell »

12pm 5 July 2019

Dr Elizabeth Hinde, NHMRC Career Development Fellow, Department of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology, University of Melbourne

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