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New and improved treatments for many serious conditions from inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) to chronic infections could be discovered thanks to a prestigious five-year NHMRC Synergy Grant.
Congratulations to Professor Paul Hertzog, Professor Elizabeth Hartland and Dr Sam Forster, in collaboration with Professor Christine Wells, University of Melbourne, for being awarded a prestigious NHMRC Synergy Grant.
New and improved treatments for many serious ailments could follow a prestigious $5 million NHMRC Synergy grant to a team led by Hudson Institute of Medical Research scientists.
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Leaders in the stem cell computational biology field came together to discuss new approaches, opportunities, and challenges using computational methods to study stem cell behavior, with two recent perspectives on computational stem cell biology:
Interested in combining computational biology with your experimental work? Read Sabrina Islam’s Ten Simple Rules for navigating the computational aspect of an interdisciplinary PhD.
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