The Bosch Institute Mission

The Bosch Institute is a major centre for medical research at the University of Sydney. It brings together basic and clinical research scientists to tackle major unsolved questions about the human body in health and in illness.

Our mission:

  • To perform high quality research into the normal functioning of the healthy human body.
  • To perform high quality research into the causes, prevention, detection and treatment of human diseases.
  • To provide outstanding training for junior scientists in the intellectual, practical and ethical aspects of biomedical research.

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Latest news & events

Bosch Institute Distinguished Seminar Series - 16th May 2018

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You are invited to attend the Bosch Institute Distinguished Seminar Series, "Learning from our scars – Novel treatments for pancreatitis and pancreatic cancer targeting pancreatic stellate cells" by Professor Minoti Apte (Editor-in-Chief, Pancreatology; Director, Pancreatic Research Group, Faculty of Medicine, UNSW; Ingham Institute for Applied Medical Research), on Wednesday 16th May (5-6 pm) at Vesalian Theatre (S434), Anderson Stuart Building (F13). Read more...

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Professor Hala Zreiqat named NSW Premier's Woman of the Year

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Pioneering biomaterials and tissue engineer Professor Hala Zreiqat has been awarded the NSW Premier’s Award for Woman of the Year. Professor Zreiqat was recognised by Premier Gladys Berejiklian and Minister for Women Tanya Davies for her extraordinary contribution to regenerative medicine and orthopaedic research in NSW and an unwavering commitment to improving opportunities for women around the world.

Bosch Institute Mass Spectometry 2-Day Training Workshop, 3rd - 4th April 2018

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The BMSF will be running a 2-day training workshop on Triple Quadrupole (QQQ) LC/MS on 3rd and 4th April at Medical Foundation Building K25. This workshop is designed for either beginners or intermediates who want to learn or enhance their skills in the operation of 1. Agilent 6460 series Triple Q LC/MS, 2. Shimadzu LCMS8050 (QQQ). The workshop utilises a lecture and lab format to deliver both theory and practical sessions using Agilent QQQ UPLC-MS as a model instrument. Read more...

Bosch Institute Bio2E - March and April Workshops for Researchers, from 12th March 2018

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1. Experimental Design Good statistical analysis of experimental data starts with a good experimental design. A properly designed experiment will save time and effort later, potentially allowing for simpler statistical analysis, a more coherent story, and more powerful inferences. This workshop will look at how to prepare, including: what type of experimental design to use; how to perform a power analysis; how to organise your data; and what type of software and statistical tests might be appropriate later on. 2. Statistical Analysis with GraphPad Prism This series of four workshops provides research students with a theoretical and practical introduction to statistical analysis using GraphPad Prism software. No previous experience with the software is assumed. Read more...

Bosch Institute LCAF - Mammalian Cell Culture: A Practical Approach, 5th - 7th March 2018

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The Live Cell Analysis Facility (LCAF), Bosch Institute will be running a cell culture workshop "Mammalian Cell Culture: A Practical Approach". This workshop is designed for beginners to understand the principles and practice of growing and maintaining mammalian cells in culture. It will be held in the Medical Foundation Building (K25) and comprises of five theoretical sessions and coreesponding practical sessions that will take place from the 5th to 7th March. Read more...

Screening for Cervical Cancer to be Revolutionised with HPV Testing

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New technology used in cervical cancer screening - University of Sydney molecular biology researcher Professor Brian Morris' innovation used in new cervical screening program to be rolled out in Australia from today. Ground-breaking technology patented by University of Sydney researchers will be used in the new National Cervical Screening Program to be implemented in Australia from 1 December 2017. Read more...

Bosch Young Investigators Symposium - 28th November 2017

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The BYI committee is proud to announce 'The 2017 Bosch Young Investigators Symposium' to be held on Tuesday 28th November 2017. This event is a great opportunity to network and present your latest scientific research in a professional setting, whether you are just starting out your research career, or are a well seasoned veteran. Abstract submissions will close on Thursday 2nd of November 2017. Read more...

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