News / 2 March 2018
An NHMRC Project Grant will assist Group Leader Mikaël Martino in engineering the second generation of growth factors, while postdoc Dr Qi Zhang wins an ARC DECRA fellowship.
News / 2 March 2018EMBL Australia Node Head Scientia Professor Katharina Gaus has received the Khwarizmi International Award for her achievements in single-molecule imaging at an award ceremony in Tehran.
News / 28 February 2018More than 200 delegates gathered to learn about the cutting edge of bioinformatics and computational biology research from a variety of top international and local speakers
News / 28 February 2018
Dr Michelle Boyle will join our Partner Laboratory Network as a Group Leader based at the QIMR Berghofer Medical Research Institute, Brisbane, in 2019 and establish her lab this year.
News / 20 November 2017Associate Professor Edwina McGlinn and Dr Maté Biro have each been awarded grants for their respective projects investigating genome structure and regulation and biological mathematics.
Newsletters / 20 November 2017
News this quarter:
- Max Cryle awarded fellowship to battle antimicrobial resistance
- Edwina McGlinn and Maté Biro awarded ARC Discovery Project grants
- Harald Janovjak is a ‘Scientist to Watch’
- EMBL Australia researcher awarded a Victoria Fellowship
- David Lynn on the importance of incentivising Open Science
- Aussie contingent shines at EMBL PhD Symposium
- Upcoming events
- Recent publications
- Get to know EMBL Australia Group Leader Mikaël Martino
News / 13 November 2017Thirteen talented Australian PhD students were given the "invaluable opportunity" to attend the 19th EMBL PhD Symposium in Germany thanks to EMBL Australia travel grants.
News / 13 November 2017Postdoctoral research fellow Dr Jennifer Payne has been awarded a prestigious Victoria Fellowship to expand her work using cutting-edge techniques to develop new treatments to battle the antibiotic-resistant ‘superbug’.
News / 13 November 2017Congratulations to EMBL Australia Group Leader Associate Professor Max Cryle, who has been awarded a Career Development Fellowship from the National Health and Medical Research Council.
News / 31 October 2017
Associate Professor Mikaël Martino is an EMBL Australia Group Leader, based at the Australian Regenerative Medicine Institute, Monash University.