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.
- 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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Do you have a hidden talent in creative arts or digital design? Ever dreamed of ever-lasting glory of seeing your designer brand products snapped up by eager attendees at conferences? If that sounds like you, it’s your lucky day! The Bosch Young Investigators are calling on our membership to help us design a logo! We are seeking submissions for a logo to use on all official Bosch Young Investigator communications, advertisements, and promotions. Read more...
A/Prof Kay Double invited to give keynote address at conference
Assoc. Professor Kay Double has been invited to give a keynote address at the 7th Asian Biological Inorganic Chemistry Conference (AsBIC7) on the Gold Coast, Queensland within the theme “Metals in Physiology and Disease”. Read more...
A/Prof Fazlul Huq gives keynote address at Global Summit
A/Prof Fazlul Huq from Discipline of Biomedical Science, gave a key note lecture titled: “Platinum based anticancer drugs and their combination with phytochemicals” at the Global Summit on Emerging Science and Technologies as applied to Cancer Therapy and Environmental Toxicology, held in Nellore, India during 1-3 August 2014 where he also chaired a keynote lecture session, and was a member of the International Advisory Committee.
Read the Bosch Institute Triennial Report.