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This image of mouse skin was taken with a Carl Zeiss LSM710 confocal microscope. Fluorescent antibodies were used to label structural features of the skin, highlighting the complexity of this organ's architecture. Cell nuclei are shown in blue, while Laminin in orange and Podoplanin in red outline the tissue's vasculature and fibroblast network, and ER-TR7 (green) delineates the basement membrane which separates epidermis and dermis. Image taken by Dr Ali Zaid (Mueller/Heath lab).
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News and Events
- Our congratulations to Adam Ulrich of the Godfrey Laboratory who is the recipient
of an ARC Future Fellowship. Overall, UoM has been awarded the largest share of ARC
Future Fellowships funding with over $17 million being allocated to support 22 outstanding
researchers. Well done Adam.
See MUSSE for more information.
- Congratulations to Roy Robins-Browne who has been awarded the Australian Society for Microbiology Rubbo Medal for 2014. The Rubbo Medal is the Society¹s most prestigious award that recognises lifetime achievements in research by Australian and international microbiologists.
- Congratulations also to Ben Howden who has won the Australian Society for Microbiology Fenner Research Award for 2014. This award recognises distinguished contributions in any area of Australian research in microbiology by scientists in a formative stage of their career.
- Tuesday 22 July 12.30pm - Research Seminar
Dr Jai Tree
Department of Microbiology & Immunology
"UV-crosslinking of bacterial small RNA reveals targets"
Host: Associate Professor Tim Stinear
- Wednesday 23 July 12.30pm - Special Research Seminar
Professor Liisa Kaarina Selin
Department of Pathology University of Massachusetts Medical School Worcester MA, USA
"The cross-reactive paradigm in EBV and influenza infections"
Host: Katherine Kedzierska and Magdalena Plebanski
- Tuesday 29 July 12.30pm - Research Seminar
Professor Dennis Shanks
Director, Australian Army Malaria Institute
"Epidemiology of the 1918 Influenza Pandemic: will epidemiology help us understand the virology?"
Host: Laureate Professor Peter Doherty
- ACH2 Symposium AIDS 2014 | 18 July 2014
In the Doherty Institute Auditorium
Registration (free) is essential. More details