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19 Nov,2017

A tale of three countries – The ABC Regenerative Medicine and Developmental Biology Symposia

The Australian Regenerative Medicine Institute (ARMI) had the honour of hosting the inaugural ABC Symposium in October. The symposia are part of a longer-term engagement initiative to strengthen institutional relationships between the Brazilian Biosciences National Laboratory (LNBio), University of Campinas (Unicamp, Brazil), University of Chile, Pontifical Catholic University of Chile and ARMI. On hosting the first symposia at ARMI, Director of […]

13 Nov,2017

New discoveries pave the way for improved understanding of stem cell research tools.

A newly published paper in the prominent science journal ‘Nature Methods’ revealed that human pluripotent stem cells have distinct functional and molecular features when generated through various methods. This discovery, realised by the Australian Regenerative Medicine Institutes (ARMI) Polo Group, offers a new comprehensive study in the field of stem cell research. The findings were led […]

09 Nov,2017

New experience, perspective, and Institute leadership.

ARMI is proud to introduce the Industry Advisory Committee. As an internationally focused institution, it’s perfect for ARMI to welcome its newly formed Industry Advisory Committee (IAC) a sub committee of the Leadership Advisory Board. ARMI has an international reputation for its dedication to unlocking the regenerative capabilities of the human body. By working as a strategic scanning mechanism, […]

26 Oct,2017

CCRM Australia receives funding from MTPConnect’s Project Fund Program

Thursday, 26 October 2017 – Melbourne, Australia: MTPConnect – the Medical Technologies and Pharmaceuticals Industry Growth Centre – today announced it will provide a proposed $780,000 provisional funding over two years, with matched funding coming from the sector. The funding will allow CCRM Australia to implement the first two years of the documented proposed 5 Year Strategy […]

25 Oct,2017

Life science and women in STEMM champion Dr Lusia Guthrie lauded by peers

Each year, the Johnson & Johnson Innovation Industry Excellence Awards are presented at the AusBiotech national conference, recognising the highest achievers in Australian life sciences. From researchers who successfully translate their discoveries to clinical practice, to companies who pioneer the developments of new treatments and reliable diagnostics, these prestigious Awards recognise the leading lights of […]

15 Oct,2017

Passionate and optimistic: Jeannette Hallab representing the Ramialison Group and ARMI at the Lebanese Order of Physicians conference.

In an exciting opportunity, Jeannette Hallab was invited to be a member of the Australian-Lebanese Medical Association (ALMA) health delegation from Australia to Beirut in July 2017. Jeannette Hallab (third from right) meeting with Lebanese President Michel Aoun and Prime Minister Saad El Hariri (seventh and fourth from right respectively). It’s easy to see Jeannette’s […]

09 Oct,2017

ARMI Annual Report 2016

2016 saw yet another year of exceptional research excellence at the Australian Regenerative Medicine Institute (ARMI). The number of papers published in leading journals with an impact factor of greater than 10, more than doubled in 2016. The year was bolstered with new opportunities to commercialise research at the Institute, with the announcement of a […]

06 Sep,2017

Regenerate Newsletter – Spring Edition 2017

The Spring 2017 of the ARMI newsletter, Regenerate, is now available for download in the ‘Resources’ section. Here are just some of the highlights for ARMI in the third quarter of 2017: ARMI is proud to announce four of our researchers have received awards  – Ben Cao, Hozana Castillo, Peter Currie and Ziad Julier.  Mark Tuesday, […]

30 Aug,2017

ARMI partners with ReNerve for tissue engineering

ReNerve is a biotechnology startup with tissue engineering technology which has been developed right here in Melbourne. The startup is working with ARMI and its unique laboratory facilities to further develop its technology. Complementary skills David Rhodes, Chief Scientific Officer of ReNerve and a member of the ARMI Leadership Board (ARMILAB), says embedding with ARMI makes sense […]

28 Aug,2017

Communication will help achieve vision

Dr Zita Unger, who sits on the Australian Regenerative Medicine Leadership Advisory Board (ARMILAB), believes communication is the key to fulfilling the vision of ARMI. If you looked beyond the outstanding career of Dr Zita Unger as an evaluator, educator and entrepreneur, you would discover that she is a keen diver with extensive experience in […]