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01 Jun,2020

ARMI From Home: Q&A with Pete Currie – Part II

The COVID-19 pandemic has necessitated an unprecedented and coordinated response from every corner of the community, and this includes ARMI. To do our bit to help ‘flatten the curve,’ ARMI implemented its working from home plan in late March. For scientists who are often in the lab doing experiments, trying to troubleshoot by talking to […]

27 May,2020

ARMI From Home: Q&A with Pete Currie – Part I

The COVID-19 pandemic has necessitated an unprecedented and coordinated response from every corner of the community, and this includes ARMI. To do our bit to help ‘flatten the curve,’ ARMI implemented its working from home plan in late March. For scientists who are often in the lab doing experiments, trying to troubleshoot by talking to […]

27 Apr,2020

Our Bold Vision: ARMI’s Strategic Plan 2020-2025

ARMI is delighted to unveil our 2020-2025 Strategic Plan; designed to realise ARMI’s vision of improved quality of life by unlocking the body’s innate regenerative potential. The five-year plan is a roadmap to support the Institute’s mission to discover new regenerative therapies through conducting cutting edge research and forming collaborative networks with the best scientists […]

19 Aug,2019

Win-win mentoring for women in science

The future of regenerative medicine is in good hands with a new generation of women in science. That’s the conclusion of Sara Mary Hall, CEO OcQuila Therapeutics, after mentoring ARMI PhD student, Dhanushika (Danni) Ratnayake last year as part of the IMNIS Regenerative Medicine International Mentoring Program. A 7-month program, the Industry Mentoring Network in STEM (IMNIS) […]

05 Aug,2019

NextGen ReGen

The Australian Regenerative Medicine Institute (ARMI) is excited to announce the launch of the ‘#NextGenReGen’ student recruitment campaign. We are looking to recruit the best and brightest from across Australia and the world to spearhead vital regenerative medicine projects with our internationally-renowned research groups. ARMI is here to nurture the next generation in regenerative medicine- […]

16 Jul,2019

Mentoring success for a lifelong learner

The path to success in research science is not always easily defined. But for lifelong learner Sam Keenan – ARMI PhD student and mentee in the CCRM Australia IMNIS Regenerative Medicine International Mentoring Program – learning from others has played a key role in his career development. Sam has been a mentee under several programs, and values […]

26 Apr,2019

The curious scientist: Alberto Roselló-Díez receives career development award

Alberto Roselló-Díez is right where he wants to be – at the frontier of science. The molecular biologist and Group Leader at the Australian Regenerative Medicine Institute (ARMI) is fuelled by a deep sense of curiosity; Alberto wants to understand the mysterious intelligence of limb and organ regeneration and how it can help humans. “When a […]

04 Mar,2019

Women Leaders of Regenerative Medicine

Today is International Women’s Day, a day that celebrates the achievements of women all around the globe and across the social, economic, cultural and political spectrum. This year, the theme of International Women’s Day is Balance for Better, which calls for a more gender-balanced world. To mark International Women’s Day, ARMI Group Leaders Professor Susie Nilsson (who […]

05 Sep,2018

ARMI’s ‘Dynamic Teenage Trio’ contends in iAwards for scientific device

A dynamic trio of year 11 students from the John Monash Science School (JMSS) have made waves within the scientific community. In collaboration with ARMI, the trio developed a movement inhibitor device to better analyse zebrafish models in research. The device, in recognition of its uniqueness and innovation, earned them a place at this year’s national iAwards as a […]

14 May,2018

Unlocking the Secrets of Skeletal Muscle Cells

Moving from Colombia eight years ago to study a Bachelor of Science at the University of Melbourne, Laura Galvis Vargas is a seasoned Melbournite. As a member of the Marcelle Group, Laura is undertaking her PhD in muscle regeneration research, and she is already renowned amongst ARMI for her passion for science and collaboration (facilitated by […]