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28 Aug,2019

Regenerate Newsletter – August 2019

The August 2019 of the ARMI newsletter, Regenerate, is now available to view in the ‘Resources’ section. Here are some of the highlights for ARMI in August: #NextGenReGen ARMI Opens the Vault Win-win mentoring for women in science Congratulations Abigail and our Honours students Welcome new ARMI recruits ICYMI: Stem cells and gravity Connecting with our supportive community […]

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) […]

07 Aug,2019

ARMI Opens the Vault

It may have been cold and dreary outside, but inside 15 Innovation Walk, it was bright, busy and bursting at the seams with brilliance- this was the buzzing atmosphere inside ARMI as it ‘opened the vault’. On Tuesday night, ARMI opened its lab doors for the second time, in partnership with Convergence Science Network. We welcomed […]

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- […]

01 Aug,2019

Regenerate Newsletter – July 2019

The July 2019 of the ARMI newsletter, Regenerate, is now available to view in the ‘Resources’ section. Here are some of the highlights for ARMI in July: ARMI is Opening the Vault Mentoring success for a lifelong learner Leading the Way for ARMI The 2nd CUHK-Monash Joint Symposium on Regenerative Biology and Tissue Engineering What is Regenerative […]

24 Jul,2019

Leading the Way for ARMI

As a result of a recent strategic review, Institute Director, Professor Peter Currie is pleased announces three new members of an expanded executive team: Professor James Bourne, Professor Graham Lieschke and Associate Professor Edwina McGlinn. These three Institute Research Group leaders will join the Director as well as Professor Claude Bernard (Emeritus Professor), Penelope Rowlett (Institute Manager) and Silvio Tiziani (Director, External Strategy and Planning) in meeting […]

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 […]

27 Jun,2019

Regenerate Newsletter – June 2019

The June 2019 of the ARMI newsletter, Regenerate, is now available to view in the ‘Resources’ section. Here are some of the highlights for ARMI in June: Understanding How We Grow: How ARMI Scientists Are Unlocking the Secrets of Bones Maddie’s Vision Furthers Research on Bone Marrow Failure Decoding DDX5: Understanding Male Fertility Finding the Founder Cells: […]

25 Jun,2019

Maddie’s Vision Furthers Research on Bone Marrow Failure

Thanks to a recent grant from Bone Marrow Failure Syndrome (BMFS) charity Maddie’s Vision, ARMI’s Professor Lieschke is continuing in his efforts to improve outcomes for patients with haematological diseases. Despite being established only four years ago, Maddie Riewoldt’s Vision has already raised over $7million to fund Bone Marrow Failure Syndrome (BMFS) research. One of the recent […]

20 Jun,2019

Finding the Founder Cells: Determining the Origin of Pluripotency In Vitro

In the lab, stem cells begin their life in a cell culture dish by first assembling into organised colonies. This particular colony architecture is re-established every time the cells are subdivided and expanded. However, why and how this occurs has been a mystery, until now.  Recently published research involving ARMI scientists has found a distinct […]