Speaker: Professor Gregory M. Cook, University of Otago, Otago School of Medical Sciences
The emergence and spread of drug resistant pathogens and our inability to develop new antimicrobials to combat resistance (phenotypic and genetic) has motivated scientists to co
Speaker: Professor Christian Doerig, Department of Microbiology, Monash University
The kinome of P. falciparum, with 65 sequences conforming to the “eukaryotic protein kinase” (ePK) superfamily, is dramatically reduced in comparison to that of the Chromerids,...
Speaker: Dr Tom Brodnicki, Head, Immunogenetic Laboratory, Immunology & Diabetes Unit, St Vincent’s Institute
A complex network of mechanisms allows appropriate immune responses while maintaining immune tolerance and preventing destruction of one's own tissues.
Speaker: Professor Andrew Brown, Head of the School of Biotechnology and Bimolecular Sciences, UNSW
Cholesterol is an essential component of mammalian membranes, and so understanding the control of its synthesis is crucial in membrane biology. My lab has been studying neglect