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Imaging CoE AI Hans Elmlund’s recent paper in Nature Structural and Molecular Biology was featured on the ABC News Radio’s The World Today program. The piece features interviews by AI Hans Elmlund and Director

MELBOURNE TUESDAY, 29 MARCH 2016: University of Oxford and Monash University scientists have discovered how proteins present in tick saliva prevent the immune system from running amok. Most of us dread the thought of being bitten

Okay, so you all know me as the Imaging CoE’s media and communications/public relations person. But, not all of you know that I was a physicist with Centre CI’s Harry Quiney and Brian Abbey at both the University of Melbourne and La Trobe University nodes.

At a launch on leap day, Monday 29 February, Monash University boosted its capacity to support Australian researchers in the application of visual computing with the installation of a new $2.5m computer, M3.

Presenter: Laura McKay, Doherty Institute, The University of Melbourne Date: Tuesday 5 April 2016 Time: 12-1pm Location: Level 3 Seminar Room 15 Innovation Walk Clayton campus ABSTRACT: Tissue-resident memory T (Trm) cells provide local

Imaging CoE scientists have contributed to an important discovery: that a key part of the immune system in animals has evolved from bacterial toxins.

Imaging CoE scientists took part in the 2015 International Science Students Fair hosted at the John Monash Science School. Centre CI Harry Quiney devised a marvellous programme aimed at showcasing the interdisciplinary nature of the

Cryogenic electron microscopy (cryo-EM) was anointed “Method of the Year 2015” by Nature Methods in January this year. This technique provides structural biologists and more specifically the X-ray diffraction and crystallography community, with a

Researchers from the Imaging Centre of Excellence in collaboration with a team from the Peter Doherty Institute for Infection and Immunity (Doherty Institute) have discovered a new population of disease-fighting T Cells in the

The Premier of Victoria, The Hon. Daniel Andrews MP, and the Minister for Health and Human Services, The Hon. Jill Hennessy MP, called for applications for the 2016 Premier’s Award for Health and Medical

The DAAD is pleased to announce that the annual Leibniz-DAAD Research Fellowships are open for applications. The Leibniz – DAAD Research Fellowship programme is jointly carried out by the Leibniz Association (Wissenschaftsgemeinschaft Gottfried Wilhelm

The Imaging CoE has revitalised the layout, design and content of its website. With a focus on keeping it simple and intuitive, the Centre’s new site (currently in Beta launch) will be pivotal in

Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Faculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences The laboratory: The Rossjohn laboratory is focused on immune recognition and how this relates to protective immunity and disease. The laboratory

La Trobe University Department of Chemistry and Physics Special Research Seminar 11am – 12:30pm, Friday, 29th January 2016 Hoogenraad Lecture Theatre, LIMS Professor Colin Sheppard, Italian Institute of Technology Confocal microscopy: Past, present and

S​peaker: Prof. William E. Moerner​ 2014 Nobel Laureate in Physical Chemistry for the development of super-resolved fluorescence microscopy Harry S. Mosher Professor of Chemistry and Professor, by courtesy of Applied Physics Stanford University, USA

A glimpse into the imaging world – what Imaging CoE researchers gain from being a part of our Centre. Thanks to everyone who has made 2015 such a fantastic first full year.

John Monash Science School hosted the 2015 International Science Students Fair from 7-11 December. The international students toured some of the Monash Technology Research Platforms and spent a morning learning about physics, immunology and

Michelle tells us a little about her hole-punching research and her goals for her ARC Future Fellowship. 1. Can you tell us a little about your research? My research looks at a group of proteins

MELBOURNE, WEDNESDAY 2 DECEMBER 2015: The stonefish is one of the world’s ugliest and deadliest fish. You’ll know if you step on one; the fish protects itself using 13 razor sharp venom filled spines

Stephanie Pradier interviews Monash University’s Dr Michelle Henstridge and Dr Travis Johnson, two of the paper’s authors, about how their discovery provides new insights into growth factors and human disease processes – as well as