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19 September 2014

New CEO for Translational Research Institute

Professor Carolyn Mountford will be the new CEO and Director of Research for TRI, taking over from Professor Ian Frazer in February 2015.
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11 September 2014

Talented TRI-based researchers recognised at Women in Technology Awards

The outstanding work of TRI researchers recognised with two winners at the 17th Annual Women in Technology (WiT) Awards held Friday 5 September
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5 September 2014

NHMRC research fellowships awarded to TRI researchers

Professor Ranjeny Thomas and Professor Peter Visscher successful in latest NHMRC research fellowship funding.
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5 September 2014

Arthritis treatment up for people's choice award

Efforts to translate research on autoimmune diseases into life-changing treatments attracts nomination in the KCA Research Commercialisation Awards.
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4 September 2014

Gene codes must remain secret: Borg

Health Minister Lawrence Springborg is planning laws to protect Queenslanders from genetic discrimination.
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31 August 2014

TRI researchers join Australia's first wikibomb

Four female TRI researchers can now be found on Wikipedia following Australia’s first Wikibomb.
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Events

19 July 2024 11:00 AM1:00 PM

TRI Seminar Series: Cancer

Come along to the second instalment of the TRI Seminar Series for 2024, focusing on Cancer Metabolism.
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26 July 2024 12:30 PM2:30 PM

Special Ethical Bystander Training – Males only

Ethical bystanders play an essential role in nurturing a safe and respectful workplace with a zero-tolerance to violence. This Special Ethical Bystander Training session is targeted towards males as they have been underrepresented at past Ethical Bystander Training at TRI and UQ.
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