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EMBL Australia Newsletter - June 2016

Newsletters / 1 July 2016

News this month:

  • Professor Matthias Hentze, Director, EMBL Heidelberg – public lecture ANU, 4th July

  • EMBL Australia showcase – 5th July, 2016, John Curtin/ANU College of Medicine and Environment
  • Max Cryle awarded Otto Schmeil prize
  • Australian student travel grants now open for 18th EMBL (Heidelberg) PhD Symposium
  • Calls for applications for EI3POD program (EMBL Europe) now open
  • Third EMBL Australia PhD student symposium, 16-18 November, 2016
  • SAHRMI EMBL - Heidelberg Postdoc Opportunities
  • ARC – Winter school course in mathematical and computational biology, 4-8 July
  • EMBL-ABR hosting Galaxy Australasia meeting (Melbourne, 3-9 February 2017)

EMBL Australia Newsletter - May 2016

Newsletters / 1 June 2016

News this month:

  • Profile – Chair of EMBL Australia Council – Professor Brandon Wainwright
  • Professor Kat Gaus, NSW node, building the next generation of innovative microscopes 
  • EMBL Australia – PhD Scholarship Program 2017
  • EMBL - Heidelberg Postdoc Opportunities
  • Reminder - 18th EMBL (Heidelberg) PhD Symposium: 10 travel grants available to Australian students

EMBL Australia Newsletter - April 2016

Newsletters / 28 April 2016

News this month:

  • EMBL Australia council decision - New Scientific Head, Professor James Whisstock
  • Update on name change - BRAEMBL is now EMBL ABR
  • 10 travel grants to attend the 18th EMBL (Heidelberg) PhD Symposium

  • Positions vacant

  • EMBL Australia showcase, 5 July 2016, Canberra

EMBL Australia Newsletter - March 2016

Newsletters / 30 March 2016

News this month:

  • Profile - Matthias Hentze, EMBL Director, Heidelberg
  • A/Professor Andrew Lonie invited to present at the ELIXIR hands on meeting in Barcelona 
  • Max Cryle secures accesses to crystallisation facilities at EMBL – Hamburg 
  • A/Professor Vicky Schneider presented at CSIRO/DATA61 Open FOAM Meeting

Notice board:

  • Call for Nominations - Appointment to the EMBL Scientific Advisory Committee 
  • EMBL Australia seeking to identify active collaborators with EMBL scientists
  • Internships still available for MSc or PhD students at Merrimack Pharmaceuticals

The past year has seen EMBL Australia expand considerably, with our node at the South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute becoming firmly established and a new node created at the University of New South Wales. Both these nodes are recruiting group leaders for further expansion, as are the Victorian node at the Australian Regenerative Medicine Institute at Monash University and a new node at the Centre of Excellence in Advanced Molecular Imaging, also based at Monash University.