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Lights. Camera. Action. Read our media releases, our news stories and our appearances in the press from 2014 to now!

A visit from MP Steve Dimopoulos provided an opportunity to discuss the future of imaging and research linkages.  A Member for Oakleigh, Parliamentary Secretary to the Treasurer, Parliament of Victoria and a Monash University

CI A/Prof Brian Abbey, together with AI Dr Eugeniu Balaur, have won the MedTech’s Got Talent 2018 national prize for their NanoMSlide, an instant unambiguous cellular diagnosis platform that enables instant, definitive diagnosis of

Associate Professor Till Böcking and Dr David Jacques, CoE Associate Investigators from UNSW Sydney, together with British Researchers, have secured over AUD 4.6 million dollars (£2.5 million) of competitive funding from the Wellcome Trust, over five

A/Prof Leonie Quinn will present, To bind RNA or DNA? The multifaceted roles of dual DNA/RNA binding proteins in stem cell fate, development and disease. 12:00 – 1:00pm on Thursday 14th March, S9 Lecture

CoE AI, Associate Professor Chen Davidovich and his team, have revealed exactly what happens at the site where the enzyme PRC2 interacts with RNA, and their findings have been published in the prestigious journal,

Dr Senthil Arumugam, a CoE Associate Investigator, together with researchers from UNSW Sydney and the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research in India shed new light on how amyloid beta – a peptide associated with

To inspire the next generation of scientists, who drive the future of Australian science and innovation, the CoE sent PhD students, Holly Ung and Blake Mazzitelli to a placement at the Fraunhofer Institute in

The immune system’s killer T cells are crucial in fighting viral infections. A fraction of them, called ‘memory cells’, live on once infection is controlled in order to fight re-infection by the same virus.

A team of researchers have solved a 20-year riddle of how a crucial step in the biosynthesis of ‘last-resort’ antibiotics occurs. In two recent papers published in prestigious journals, the researchers, led by CoE

An exhibition by Single Molecule Science at UNSW, supported by the ARC Centre of Excellence in Advanced Molecular Imaging, reveals the world of science and medical discovery to people with impaired vision. Rapid advances

The Imaging CoE proudly hosted 130 delegates at the 2018 Summit in stunning Cape Schanck, Victoria. Over two and a half days, Centre members came together to discuss, discover and dive deep into the

A discovery by Queensland scientists could be the key to stopping damage caused by uncontrolled inflammation in a range of common diseases including liver disease, Alzheimer’s and gout. University of Queensland researchers have uncovered how

Monash University has announced an extension of its collaboration with Janssen Biotech, Inc., one of the Janssen Pharmaceutical Companies of Johnson & Johnson, where researchers will investigate triggers of the immune-mediated disease, psoriasis, and

Monash University’s Biomedicine Discovery Institute scientists have defined a novel molecular ‘blueprint’ that plays a pivotal part in the immune system’s ability to fight disease by ‘remembering’ infections. Understanding the fine detail of immunological memory potentially

Do you see yourself being a mentor or mentee this year? The Imaging CoE Mentoring and Development Program is up and running for 2018, taking a year round opt-in approach to encourage a personalised experience for

Student research placement Our students have impressed… As a direct outcome of our 2017 Summit, the Fraunhofer Institute for Cell Therapy and Immunology (IZI), Branch Bioanalytics and Bioprocesses (IZI-BB) has offered to host a number of

Imaging CoE CI and Deputy Director Professor Katharina Gaus (University of New South Wales) has been named as a laureate of the Khwarizmi International Award for her achievements in single molecule imaging to visualise how T cells initiate

12 Imaging CoE Investigators have been successful in securing over $12 million dollars worth of research investment in the latest round of Project Funding announcements by NHMRC, Australia’s peak funding body for health and

Imaging CoE is currently searching for skilled undergraduate students to undertake a 6 week paid research project over the 2017 – 2018 summer vacation. The available projects are suitable for physical science students interested

Not one, but two Imaging CoE CI’s have been formally inducted into the Fellowship of the Australian Academy of Health and Medical Sciences (AAHMS). Professor Jamie Rossjohn and Professor Dale Godfrey, CI’s and theme