|Congratulations to Professor Paul Zimmet AO who was awarded Senior Australian of the Year for Victoria last night! L-R: The Hon. Daniel Andrews, Premier of Victoria, Professor Paul Zimmet AO and Governor of Victoria, the Hon. Linda Dessau; Prof Zimmet with the award; and the award itself. See more: |
27 Oct 2017
CCS staff and students can see details of both public and local events (including professional development courses, trade fairs and Graduate Research Student calendars) and deadlines, at the CCS intranet's Announcements page
See CCS seminar index: www.med.monash.edu.au/cecs/events/seminars.html
What's on at CCS 30 Oct-03 Nov 2017
|Mon||30/10/2017||►||12:30||Alfred Psychiatry Unit Audit - A/Prof Yitz Hollander, Head Adult IPU|
|Tue||31/10/2017||►||10:00||Department of Diabetes Student Journal Club|
|Wed||1/11/2017||►||11:30||Immunology Seminar- Lars Nitschke|
|Thur||2/11/2017||►||11:30||Cutting Edge Journal Club: Jessica Borger|
|►||12:00||The Alfred Grand Round: Prof Hans Schneider, Dr Joel Smith & Dr Jeff Pope|
|►||14:30||Alfred Surgical Research Forum|
|►||17:30||CCS Department of Surgery public lecture: The forgotten male cancers - Prof T. Clark Gamblin|
|Professor T.Clark Gamblin, visiting Fulbright Scholar, is giving|
a public lecture 2 Nov 2017 at the Alfred Medical Research and
Education (AMREP) centre. RSVP here for catering purposes
The 2017 Surgery Public Lecture is coming up shortly on Thursday 2 November. Come and hear internationally renowned surgeon, Professor T. Clark Gamblin, on the forgotten but lethal male cancers, including those of the pancreas, liver and oesophagus.
|A/Prof Christoph Hagemeyer's group, members of whom have|
co-authored a recent study on how in mice a dose of HDL can
reduce damage after a heart attack. Christoph also won an award
for best basic paper in the Alfred Research Week awards, and his
SRO Dr Karen Alt was awarded a MRFF Career Dev. Fellowship
- Allergy, Immunology and Respiratory Medicine (AIRMed)
- Australian Centre for Blood Diseases (ACBD)
- Centre for Obesity Research and Education
- Immunology and Pathology
- Infectious Diseases
- Melbourne Sexual Health Centre (MSHC)
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|Dr Karen Alt|
Dr Karen Alt was last week awarded one of the Federal Government’s inaugural Medical Research Future Fund (MRFF) grants to progress cutting-edge research into a new method of delivering drugs to cancer tumours.
Dr Alt, Senior Research Fellow at the Central Clinical School’s Australian Centre for Blood Diseases (ACBD), was awarded $431,000 under the 2017 Next Generation Clinical Researchers Program which supports Australia’s new and up-and-coming research talent. She is one of 13 recipients who have been collectively allocated $5.64 million.
25 Oct 2017
|Prof Paul Zimmet AO named 2018|
Senior Australian of the Year Victoria
Professor Paul Zimmet AO, Professor of Diabetes at Monash University, has been named 2018 Victorian Senior Australian of the Year.
Professor Zimmet was one of four Victorian nominees for the honour, which is a category in the Australian of the Year Awards. The other awards are Victorian Australian of the Year, Young Australian of the Year and Local Hero Award.
|Prof Robyn Slattery with colleagues at a recent student function|
she organised in conjunction with Department of Marketing
AMREP Research Prize! There are two categories, clinical and basic, and the prize is awarded annually for the best journal article describing original research.
24 Oct 2017
|ImageJ screenshot. Source: Wikipedia|
ImageJ is a free, open source analysis program that contains many user-written plugins that make it possible to solve a wide range of image processing and analysis problems. It is recommended that all researchers have a basic understanding of the features of ImageJ.
Monash Micro Imaging (MMI) will be offering a free series of weekly 2-hour courses on the use of this software starting Wednesday 8 November 2017. See details below.
Monash Micro Imaging (MMI) Image of the Year Competition 2017 seeking entries - closing date 6 November 2017. There are cash prizes for the best 3 entries. and the 13 selected best entries will be featured in the 2018 MMI calendar.
23 Oct 2017
|Ms Maria Macuare, |
CCS undergraduate student