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
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
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
Congratulations to all of the new 2022 Fellows of the Australian Academy of Science, and in particular, Professor Ute Roessner , member of Phenomics Australia Board,
We would like to welcome Professor Ute Roessner to Phenomics Australia’s team. Ute brings a wealth of experience in the development and application of metabolomics in
New research published in Science Advances conducted by researchers at Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre and supported by Phenomics Australia identified a potential new treatment for two
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