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Scientific seminar, 1pm 3 March 2021

Welcome to the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research

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WEHI – Brighter together

At WEHI, the world’s brightest minds collaborate and innovate to make discoveries so we can all live healthier for longer.

We think differently about some of the world’s most important and complex health problems, making transformative discoveries for cancer, infectious and immune diseases, developmental disorders and healthy ageing.

We are driven by collaboration, curiosity and creativity. We are committed to making a positive difference to the lives of people in Australia and around the world.

We are WEHI. We are brighter together.

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News

Dr Shalin Naik and Dr Dawn Lin Key steps discovered in production of critical immune cell

WEHI researchers have uncovered a process cells use to fight off infection and cancer that could pave the way for precision cancer immunotherapy treatment.

2 March 2021
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Still image from microscopy film Microscopic behaviour of developing breast cells uncovered

An improved high-tech fluorescence microscopy technique is allowing researchers to film cells inside the breast as never seen before.

25 February 2021
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Scientific diagram New methods for exploring the 'dark matter' of biology

New tools and methods have been described by WEHI researchers to study an unusual protein modification and gain fresh insights into its roles in human health and disease.

5 February 2021
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Woman leaning on bollard QueersInScience founder and LGBT+ role model recognised

Dr Sarah Stephenson has been featured in the OUTstanding LGBT+ Future Leaders Role Model List 2020.

21 January 2021
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Events

Wed, 03/03/2021 - 1:00pm to Wed, 03/03/2021 - 2:00pm

 

The WEHI-Stafford Fox Rare Cancer Program: using pre-clinical models and basic research to support precision medicine
 

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Includes Q&A session

Thurs 4/03/2021 - 1:00 PM to Thurs 4/03/2021 - 2:00 PM

 

Protein modification at atomic resolution

 

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Wed, 10/03/2021 - 1:00pm to Wed, 10/03/2021 - 2:00pm

 

Using in vivo cellular barcoding to determine the origin of blood
 

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Includes Q&A session

Tues 16/03/2021 - 12:00 PM to Tues 16/03/2021 - 1:00 PM

 

In Situ Structures of Bacterial Toxin Delivery Systems by Electron Cryotomography
 

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Includes Q&A session

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