The National Research Infrastructure Roadmap Capability Issues Paper (NRIRC) sets out the proposed capability requirements that will inform the development of the 2016 Roadmap. This will be accompanied by extensive consultation with key stakeholders, including EMBL Australia.
We are well versed on the links between diet, diabetes, obesity, and heart disease. Yet the conversation around diabetic kidney disease, and the effect on heart disease and lifespan, remains largely unspoken.
Professor Peter Currie is a based at Monash University in Victoria, Australia, where he is the Victorian node head for the EMBL Australia Partner Laboratory. He leads research focused on the molecular mechanisms that act to pattern the vertebrate embryo and how different muscle cell types have evolved.
Members are appointed by EMBL Council for a period of three years, which is normally renewable once for a further three years subject to Council's approval and the member's agreement. Each term commences on 1 January and ends 31 December.
We have the ability to regenerate our bones after minor fractures throughout most of our adult life. But our bones are unable to effectively and efficiently recover from larger defects such as osteoporosis.
A/Professor Max Cryle, Senior Research Fellow and EMBL Group Leader at Monash University has been instrumental in helping his final year PhD student (based in Copenhagen) access crystallisation facilities at EMBL- Hamburg.
As EMBL Director, Professor Matthias Hentze advises and works closely with EMBL’s Director General. Matthias oversees the areas of Resource Development and Alumni Relations, and is supported by the Director's Office.