Welcome all to the latest issue of the School of Biomedical Sciences Newsletter. I would like to highlight some items in this issue.
Highlighting significant developments that have been reported in the last quarter by staff in our School
Fantastic work continues with our researchers being recognised in the news for their published work.
▹ Academic Promotions▹ School Leadership Changes▹ Recent Recruits
▹ Pitch Night - HealthTech Innovation Challenge: Professor Daniel Hoyer and the Sommivore Team▹ University of Melbourne Award 2017: Emeritus Professor James Angus▹ Discovery Early Career Researcher Award - DECRA: Dr Lincon Stamp▹ New grants for macular degeneration research: Professor Erica Fletcher and Associate Professor Alice Pébay▹ New treatment for asthma receives fast-track funding: Professor Alastair Stewart▹ Brain Foundation Award: Dr Theo Mantamadiotis▹ Grimwade Medal for Biochemistry: Emeritus Professor Edwina Cornish▹ NHMRC Results: School Researchers▹ L’Oreal-UNESCO Women in Science award winners: Dr Deborah Williamson and Dr Jaclyn Pearson
Showcasing our School and Department shared equipment and research initiatives. In this edition we cover the following:▹ Oz Single Cells showcases single cell expertise - Professor Christine Wells, Department Anatomy & Neuroscience▹ Imaging & Posters
Our great educators organised the following events for lecturers and students:▹ SBS Teaching and Learning Excellence Awards
Find out about recently held seminars and symposiums such as▹ 2017 Georgina Sweet Awards for Women in Quantitative Biomedical Science▹ SBS Consolidated Seminar Program - November - December 2017▹ Oz Single Cells showcases single cell expertise▹ 17th Annual Australasian Institute of Anatomical Sciences Conference▹ Under the Coverslip Competition
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