25 Nov 2022

Award winners for best poster presentations at VIIN

L-R: Rhiannon Grant, Liam Ta and Ebony Blight
Congratulations to Department of Immunology students Rhiannon Grant, Liam Ta and Ebony Blight, who won all of The Victorian Infection and Immunity Network poster presentation awards at the VIIN Young Investigator Symposium 2022. Well done!

Rhiannon Grant presented on "p-cresol sulfate acts on epithelial cells to reduce allergic airway inflammation"; Liam Ta on "Component-resolved diagnosis of peanut allergy through flowcytometric staining of basophils (CytoBas)"; and Ebony Blight on "Functional assessment of genetic variants affecting the NOD2 signalling pathway in patients with primary immunodeficiency".

See detail of posters here.

Congratulations to Melinda Coughlan on REDI Fellowship!

Associate Professor Melinda Coughlan has won a REDI Fellowship
MTPConnect is pleased to announce that 16 highly skilled Australian researchers, clinicians and professionals from the medical technology, biotechnology and pharmaceutical sector have secured sought-after industry placements under the REDI (Researcher Exchange and Development within Industry) Fellowship program.

Congratulations to Associate Professor Melinda Coughlan, who heads a research group in Central Clinical School's Department of Diabetes, who will undertake a six-month project with AstraZeneca, a global, science-led biopharmaceutical company in Cambridge, UK. She will work with the Renal R&D team developing industry-related skills and increasing commercial knowledge. A/Prof Coughlan will focus on targeting mitochondria therapeutically to suppress the development of or reversal of kidney disease in diabetes and other chronic kidney diseases.

See MTPConnect story.

24 Nov 2022

October 2022 Central Clinical School recent publications

The more daily steps taken, the better it is
for reducing the risk of falls: Study
Recent publications featuring research as notified by PubMed during October 2022 from Central Clinical School affiliated researchers.

See the most recent validated publications for the school. Otherwise, read down the entry under department headings for recent PubMed notifications. The below is not a comprehensive list.

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