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ARMI PhD Danni Ratnayake, talks about her experience of volunteering at International Biofest 2016. I’m currently in the second year of my PhD with the Currie Group at ARMI. A few months back I saw the opportunity to take part in a conference that was different to the usual scientific conferences we attend as academic […]
Wouter Masselink was the first student to complete a PhD at ARMI after it opened its doors in 2009. If that isn’t an achievement in itself, it’s also worth noting that he’s been working in a postdoctoral position in Germany since October 2015. After completing a Masters Degree at Utrecht University, Wouter came to Australia in 2011 to undertake […]
(Image from left to right: Jose Polo (Co-corresponding), Helen Abud (Co-corresponding), Christian Nefzger (Co-First), Thierry Jarde (Co-First)) Like most organs, our gut is made out of many different cell types. In a normal state, these cells work together to enable normal gut function. However, the gut can be subjected to a variety of diseases that can […]
Although they are small in stature, measuring between 2.5cm to 4cm, the tropical fish native to South East Asia are making important contributions to scientific research, particularly the field of regenerative medicine. The zebrafish (also known as Danio rerio) has become a widely used model organism in scientific research because of some key advantages. What are […]