Georgina Sweet Awards for Women in Quantitative Biomedical Science

Georgina Sweet Awardees Assoc Prof Alicia Oshlack, Murdoch Children's Research Institute; Assoc Prof Kathryn Holt, University of Melbourne; Professor Leann Tilley, Bio21 Institute, University of Melbourne (Georgina Sweet Laureate Fellow) and Assoc Prof Freya Fowkes, Burnet Institute at the Bio21 Institute 27 October 2016.

ARC funds Bio21 projects, researchers and infrastructure

Bio21 groups were awarded $2.34 million in Discovery Project funding and also led or were involved in five successful LIEF grants which received $4.12 million in ARC funding. Two Bio21 early career researchers were also awarded $732,000 with DECRA fellowships.

ARC LIEF grant success: Bio21 Institute funded for cryo-EM and single crystal X-ray diffractometer

Establishment of a collaborative network, led by the University of Melbourne’s Bio21 Institute and Monash University to develop world leading capability in cryo-electron microscopy and protein structural biology

Melbourne University, Bio21 Institute and Thermo Fisher Scientific Australia Sign Collaboration Agreement

Dr Nicholas Williamson (MSPF Manager), Prof Malcolm McConville (Bio21 Director), Prof Gavin Reid (Bio21 Group Leader) and Mr Amit Agarwal (Managing Director, Thermo Fisher Scientific ANZ)

Bright ideas at the EBSS Research Poster Symposium

Elizabeth Blackburn Science School, Year 11 student Christian Caramozzino with his mentors Quentin Hong and Wallace Wong at the Research Summit, 5 October 2016.

Killing Superbugs with Star-Shaped Polymers, not Antibiotics

Bio21's Associate Professor Neil O’Brien-Simpson and Professor Eric Reynolds from the Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences and Bio21 Institute were on the team that created the star-shaped ‘peptide polymer’ structures that hold promise for a new treatment methods against superbugs.

Georgina Sweet Awards for Women in Quantitative Biomedical Science Announced

Congratulations to Bio21's Kat Holt, recipient of the Georgina Sweet Award for Quantitative Biomedical Science.


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