Welcome to the Centre for Muscle Research
René, Research Group Leader in the Centre for Muscle Research, has been promoted to Associate Professor.
Professor Gordon Lynch in the Department of Physiology, tells us why keeping up our daily step count is so important (especially while in isolation)
The fellowship supports Dr Murphy to conduct research into muscle health with the potential to transform cancer patient outcomes.
Together we are growing the next generation of biomedical scientists, doctors and health professionals right in the heart of the southern hemisphere’s largest biomedical precinct.
A new graduate research scholarship for candidates who uphold the qualities Savant epitomised.
The recognition for being a champion for change also highlights his many years of inspiring others to contribute to, and support, health and medical research.
If you’ve got a burning question about your physical or mental health, chances are Professor Gordon Lynch, of the Department of Physiology, has answered it on popular radio show Overnights.
Director of the Centre for Muscle Research, Professor Gordon Lynch in the Dept of Physiology, (School of Biomedical Sciences), has been named a finalist in Research Australia’s Health and Medical Research Awards.
Tributes flow for the inspirational School of Biomedical Sciences PhD candidate, who was driven to find a cure for his own condition – Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy.
Dr James Ryall (Dept. of Physiology) featured on ABC Gippsland’s Saturday Breakfast show to discuss the topic of lab grown meat, a developing field termed “cellular agriculture”, and the role of skeletal muscle stem cells.
Dr Kate Murphy (Dept. Physiology, Centre for Muscle Research) has led a long-term study on the therapeutic potential of Mas receptor (MasR) activation for cancer and other serious muscle wasting conditions.
Congratulations to Professor Gordon Lynch (Dept. Physiology) with Dr Kristy Swiderski and Dr René Koopman for their international grant success from the Duchenne Parent Project Netherlands.