25 May 2013

Rome Foundation prize for research on relationship between gluten andgastrointestinal symptoms

biesiekierski-jessicaDr Jessica Biesiekierski recently graduated, having completed her PhD with the Department of Gastroenterology. The Rome Foundation Board selected her paper entitled “Gluten causes gastrointestinal symptoms in subjects without celiac disease: A double-blind randomized placebo-controlled trial” to receive the Rome Foundation Ray Clouse Prize for the Paper Most Cited on Functional Gastrointestinal and Motility Disorders, 2011. The prize was awarded on 18 May.

Immunology research on alveolar lung macrophages wins ASI prize

Duan-Erica 02 298825 (Small)Erika Duan is a PhD student in the Leukocyte Signalling Laboratory, headed by Associate Professor Margaret Hibbs, studying alveolar lung macrophages. Erika won a prize at the Australasian Society of Immunology (ASI) annual conference in December 2012 for her presentation on how lung macrophages vary with infection and inflammation and the challenges of translating the mouse model data to understanding the human context.

24 May 2013

Twitter @MonashCCS

beesSchool news is now warm & buzzy.  Follow CCS news on Twitter: https://twitter.com/MonashCCS. Why bother with Twitter when you've got email? It's a simple, easy, platform independent way to send, receive and relay short messages referenced with the creator ID, with the option of attaching photos, by either computer or phone.

23 May 2013

Department of Immunology on Facebook

imm-facebookThe Department of Immunology is now on Facebook (FB).  The FB page features events, news, photos, updates, relevant links and so on. Please make Immunology your 'friend' to receive updates, and 'like' the page. This type of communication in particular helps the Department's outreach to intending students. See the Immunology Facebook page.
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