The Robinson Research Institute’s 2017 Annual Report has been released. This report showcases the science and clinical research being undertaken across the Institute by our members and features: The BIG health areas we are tackling and where we are making a real difference Our key collaborations and how we are delivering meaningful outcomes with […]
Amy Garrett from the Robinson Research Institute travelled to Sydney in July to attend and give a poster and presentation at the Developmental Origins of Health and Disease (DOHaD) Conference and also attended a full-day workshop on “The Adolescent Window: DOHaD Interventions that engage adolescents of transgenerational change”. Amy’s oral poster presentation was on “Sex […]
Bihong Zhang from the Robinson Research Institute travelled to China in June to visit to Zhejiang University in Hangzhou, and attend the American Society for Reproductive Immunology Conference in Shanghai. Bihong presented on “miR-155 is required for functionally competent regulatory T cells”. This is what Bihong had to say about her experience. What was a highlight […]
Melanie Smith from the Robinson Research Institute travelled to Brisbane in July to attend the Winter School in Mathematical and Computational Biology. This is what Melanie had to say about her experience. What was a highlight of the travel? The UofA is the only university I have any experience in. Spending time at another Australian […]
Dr Rui Wang from the Robinson Research Institute travelled to The Netherlands and Spain in June and July to attend the The 34th Annual Meeting of the European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology, and a course on individual participant data meta-analysis. Whilst in The Netherlands, Rui presented on Interventions for unexplained infertility: a systematic review […]
Qianhui Wan from the Robinson Research Institute travelled to Brisbane in July to attend the Winter School in Mathematical & Computational Biology. This is what Qianhui had to say about her experience. What was a highlight of the travel? The highlight of the travel was learning about the up-to-date methods and ideas about bioinformatics analysis, […]
Professor Rob Norman AO presented the 2018 Lloyd Cox Memorial Lecture on the topic: The reproductive revolution and how it changed science, sex and society! In this fascinating presentation, he clearly lays out why investment in the early years is so important! Rob impresses yet again!
New research led by the South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute (SAHMRI) and the University of Adelaide has uncovered a significant hurdle for realising the potential benefits of gene editing in embryos. The team, led by Professor Paul Thomas, investigated North American research published last year that seemed to demonstrate that gene editing in human […]