The Matrix Biology Society of Australia and New Zealand (MBSANZ) NSW state meeting is a 1 day event held on October 11 at the Woolcock Institute in Sydney. The day will include exciting presentations from the field of matrix biology, including invited talks by Prof Alastair Stewart (University of Melbourne), Prof Linda Sandell (Washington University), and Dr Jade Jaffar (Alfred Hospital, Melbourne). Our students and early career researchers will be prominently featured with talks selected from abstracts. The day will include ample opportunities for networking and discussion. Lunch and morning tea/coffee will be provided. The MBSANZ AGM will be held during this meeting.
The winner is Jessica Chitty for the paper entitled
'The Mini‐Organo: A rapid high‐throughput 3D coculture
organotypic assay for oncology screening and drug
development' published in Cancer Reports.
The winner is Claire Clarkin for the paper entitled
'Regulation of the bone vascular network is sexually
dimorphic' published in the Journal of Bone and
A full-time, funded 3-year PhD position is available in germline stem cell biology at
Biomedicine Discovery Institute, Monash University.
Professor Anthony Weiss AM FTSE received the Clunies Ross
Knowledge Commercialisation Award at a gala event in Sydney,
organised by the Australian Academy of Technology and
We're pleased to announce that this year's NSW State meeting
will be held at the Woolcock Institute for Medical Research, 431
Glebe Point Rd, Sydney.
The MBSANZ congratulates Tony Weiss for
winning the prestigious Australian Museum Eureka Prize for Innovation in Medical Research.