Associate Directors of the Bio21 Institute Appointed

Associate Professor Sally Gras and Professors Spencer Williams and Malcolm McConville have been appointed to the roles of Associate Directors Engagement, Commercialisation and Platform Infrastructure of the Bio21 Institute.

Media Release: Kathryn Holt selected by Philanthropies as an International Research Scholar

Associate Professor Kathryn Holt has been selected by HHMI, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, the Wellcome Trust, and the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, as an International Research Scholar to pursue antibiotic resistance surveillance research for infectious diseases.

Discovering the deadly diversity of malaria

A new genetic fingerprinting technique has for the first time shown the huge genetic diversity of the malaria parasite, one of nature’s most persistent and successful human pathogens.

ASBMB recognises Bio21 early to mid-career researchers and teaching staff

Congratulations to mid-career researchers Natalie Spillman, Yi Lin Kang and senior lecturer Heather Verkade.

Big Picture Seminar: 'Drug Discovery for Neglected Diseases’ - 7 April 2017

Friday, 7 April, 2017 - 01:00

Come along to hear Professor Ian Gilbert, University of Dundee, speak at the Big Picture Seminar, Friday, 7 April 1 pm.

Biophysics Week at Bio21

Speakers Sarah Atkinson, Monash University, Tatiana Soares da Costa, La Trobe University, Charlotte Conn, RMIT and Bio21’s Sarah Overall presented at the Biophysics Symposium at Bio21, 7 March 2017.

Media Release: Tim Winton named as patron of the ‘Native Australian Animals Trust’ at the University of Melbourne

Author Tim Winton (pictured with Roger Swainston's painting of Winton's grunter) and Dean of Science Prof Karen Day and Biosciences PhD students James Shelley and Matt LeFeuvre

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