Found: A sweet surprise in leafy greens

Image: Dr Ethan Goddard-Borger, Walter and Eliza Hall Institute and Professor Spencer Williams, School of Chemistry, Bio21 Institute, University of Melbourne Credit: Photography from the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute.

2018 Georgina Sweet Awards for Women in Quantitative Biomedical Science

Congratulations to the 2018 winners; Cornelia Landersdorfer (Monash Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences), Ana Traven (Monash Biomedicine Discovery Institute) and Aleksandra Filipovska (Harry Perkins Institute of Medical Research, UWA).

Women of Bio21 - Liselle Atkin

Liselle Atkin, Graduate Researcher, School of Chemistry, Rizzacasa Group

Using chemotherapy to fight malaria

Leading malaria researcher Professor Leann Tilley and her team have uncovered the mechanism of how frontline antimalarial drug, artemisinin, works and are now working on a promising chemotherapy-based compound to treat patients.

Women of Bio21 - Kirsty Turner

Meet Kirsty Turner, Bio21's Research Support Services Manager, with responsibilities for oversight and support to the Institute’s platform technologies, research groups and industry tenants and most importantly her daughter Alyssa.

Bio21 researchers receive NHMRC Research Fellowships

Congratulations to Danny Hatters, Malcolm McConville and Jose Villadangos on being the recipients of National Health and Medical Research Council research fellowships.

Women of Bio21 - Jacqueline Heath

Meet Jacqueline Heath, Early Career Researcher, Scholz Research Group, Reynolds Laboratory, Oral Health CRC, Bio21 Institute and Melbourne Dental School. 

Dr Justine Mintern receives ARC Future Fellowship

Dr Mintern has received an ARC Future Fellow to investigate how material accesses different compartments inside cells, also known as trafficking.

Media Release: New anti-cancer drugs put cancers to sleep…permanently

A member of the CRC program, St Vincent’s Institute and Bio21 Institute, University of Melbourne’s Professor Michael Parker and his team contributed to the structural biology of the target proteins KAT6A and KAT6B, as well as the corresponding selective inhibitors.

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