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EMBL Australia Newsletter - October 2018

Newsletters / 10 October 2018

News this quarter:

  • Delegation to EMBL fosters new collaborations
  • Position available: Group Leader in Biological Imaging
  • Dr Richard Morris to lead research group at UNSW
  • Unlocking clues to the cause of Alzheimer's disease
  • Career insights and networking were highlights of PhD Course
  • Is Europe calling? Our travel grant applications are open

And more:

  • Upcoming events
  • Student opportunities
  • Job opportunities
  • Recent publications
  • Get to know Dr Richard Morris

EMBL Australia Newsletter - July 2018

Newsletters / 13 July 2018

News this quarter:

  • Our ACT Node has launched
  • Can early antibiotic use make vaccination less effective?
  • Life science research to tackle societal challenges
  • InsituNet: An app to analyse spatially resolved gene expression data
  • Travel grant successes: job offers, collaborations and more

And more:

  • Upcoming events
  • Student opportunities
  • Job opportunities
  • Recent publications
  • Get to know Dr Robert Weatheritt

Research led by EMBL Australia Group Leader David Lynn has shown that, in preclinical animal models, antibiotic exposure in infants impairs their immune responses to five important, routine vaccinations that are administered worldwide - including vaccines against meningitis, pneumonia, tuberculosis and whooping cough. The research was published Cell Host & Microbe.

EMBL Australia Newsletter - March 2018

Newsletters / 26 March 2018

News this quarter:

  • Katharina Gaus honoured with international science award
  • Expanding rings vital for viable embryo
  • Working towards a cure for type 1 diabetes
  • Funding success for research into regenerative medicine and molecular mechanisms
  • EAPS 2017: ‘Overcoming Chaos’ in the best way
  • ​ABACBS 2017 showcases the cutting edge in bioinformatics
  • EMBL Director awarded honorary doctorate from ANU

And more:                                                            

  • Upcoming events
  • Student opportunities
  • Job opportunities
  • Recent publications
  • Get to know Dr Michelle Boyle