Monday, 22 Dec 2014

Dissecting the molecular basis of malaria parasite movement and host cell traversal in the mosquito midgut

Cell motility is required at every zoite stage of the malaria parasite lifecycle. Whilst some of the molecular events involved in parasite traversal of the mosquito midgut have been identified, it is still largely not understood. Further insight i...


Monday, 12 Jan 2015

Regulation of the pro-apoptotic BH3-only protein Bim

BIM is a proapoptotic BH3only protein that induces the ‘Bcl2regulated’ apoptotic pathway in response to various stimuli, including DNA damage, cytokine deprivation and several anticancer drugs. Accordingly, loss of Bim facilitates development of a...


Monday, 19 Jan 2015

Single molecule, structural and biochemical insights into actin regulation in the malaria parasite

Malaria parasite gliding motility is mediated by an actinmyosin motor anchored within the parasite pellicle, which provides the force for motility via direct interaction with actin filaments. Due to the dynamic nature of actin, tightly controlled ...


Tuesday, 3 Feb 2015

Comparing National Policy Designs for Unemployment Assistance

Please join Professor Dan Finn to launch Professor Mark Considine and Dr Siobhan O’Sullivan’s book Contractingout Welfare Services: Comparing National Policy Designs for Unemployment Assistance. Dan Finn will say a few words about employment serv...

Thursday, 19 Feb 2015

Just Mercy

Bryan Stevenson presents a lecture following the launch of his latest book Just Mercy. "Bryan Stevenson is America's young Nelson Mandela, a brilliant lawyer fighting with courage and conviction to guarantee justice for all. Just Mercy should be ...

Wednesday, 4 Mar 2015

A role for the Δ133p53 isoform as a driver of inflammation and cancer

There are reports that elevated or aberrant expression of Δ133p53 and other p53 isoforms is associated with aggressive cancer types and with poor prognosis. Professor Braithwaite's laboratory created a mouse with a mutant p53 (designated Δ122p53),...

Wednesday, 22 Apr 2015

From NK cells to Innate Lymphoid cells: function and therapeutic applications

Veterinarian and immunologist by training, Eric Vivier is Director of the Centre d’Immunologie de MarseilleLuminy (CIML) since 2006. In 1993, after a postdoctoral fellowship at Harvard Medical School, he joined the CIML where he founded the Labora...


Wednesday, 29 Apr 2015

Future of Work: People, Place, Technology 2015

The Centre for Workplace Leadership in partnership with Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ACCI), Cisco Systems Australia and Clayton Utz are proud to present the "Future of Work: People Place and Technology" on April 29th and 30th 2015....