Phenomics Australia on Tour
The Phenomics Australia team has been very excited to meet the community in person again as we’ve been pretty busy attending several Conferences and Symposiums lately.
How do Australian researchers find pluripotent stem cell lines?
FAIR and CARE stem cells By Professor Christine Wells, University of Melbourne. Professor Wells acknowledges funding from Phenomics Australia and the MRFF Stem Cell Therapies Mission
Phenomics Australia in-person meeting
We were very excited to have the team back together for the Phenomics Australia in-person meeting that was held at the University of Melbourne on Friday
A new step to identify biomarkers and therapies for Diamond Blackfan Anaemia and other ribosomopathies
New research supported by Phenomics Australia unravels the molecular mechanisms underlying a group of rare diseases characterised by abnormal ribosome protein production. This work has been
Meet Our Scientific Leaders: Associate Professor Sefi Rosenbluh
We would like to introduce to you A/Prof Joseph (Sefi) Rosenbluh, member of the Phenomics Australia’s Scientific Leaders team. Meet Sefi A/Professor Sefi Rosenbluh is a
Phenomics Australia user wins Prime Minister’s Science prize.
Congratulations to all of the 2022 Prime Minister’s prizes for science winners, and in particular Professor Si Ming Man who has won the 2022 Frank Fenner
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