The Biochemistry undergraduate awards were held on Tuesday 4th April, acknowledging 2nd year, 3rd year and Honours students for outstanding performance in 2016.
Our congratulations to Danny and his colleagues on receiving this prestigious award
Our congratulations to Dr Russell Howard on being the inaugural awardee for the 2016 Grimwade Medal for Biochemistry Award.
Our congratulations to Haiyin Liu, Ashish Sethi and Aaron Brice
Dr Kathryn Holt from the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology has been named the Gottschalk Medallist at the Australian Academy of Science’s annual honorific awards.
Several Departments in our School were successful in obtaining Learning and Teaching Initiative Grants in the latest round of funding.
Three Victorian scientists will be celebrated at the inaugural Georgina Sweet Awards for Women in Quantitative Biomedical Science this October.
Winners of the Australian Museum Eureka Prize announced 30 August 2016
Professor Ian van Driel would like you all to join with him and congratulate Professor Leann Tilley
A team from the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology has reached the finals of the "Oscars of science"
Our congratulations to Jess Bridgford (Poster prize) and Estella Newcombe (Best Talk prize)
Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology welcomes in a new Head of Department
Researchers solve immunity puzzle in lung tissue and reveal previously unknown 'immune cell circuitry' as secret weapon in front line defence against Legionella.
A specific inhibitor against the malaria parasite, the design of which was enabled by Cryo-Electron Microscopy.
Bio21 Molecular Science and Biotechnology Institute is to be substantially expanded to house CSL's Global Research and Translational Medicine Hub.
Professor Fabienne Mackay's passion to make a difference drove a breakthrough in the treatment of lupus
ASBMB is pleased to announce the 2016 Award recipients: ASBMB FELLOWSHIPS
Leann Tilley was among the 15 ARC Australian Laureate Fellowship award winners announced on 23 June by the Federal Government.Leann was awarded one of two special fellowships for females, the Georgina Sweet Australian Laureate Fellowship, for her world-leading research on malaria pathogenesis and drug resistance and also to undertake an ambassadorial role to promote women in research.Collectively the fellows will receive $42 million over five years.