Murine microglia under chronic inflammatory conditions
Specialised cells of the retina of the eye
Finding an Anchorage Site
The Circuitry of Memory
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.
The Bosch Distinguished Seminar Series comprises two "one hour" seminars which are held each year. The first program this year is "Of Hearts and Minds in Mice and Men?", presented by Professor Michael O'Rourke on Thursday, 7 May 2015, at Lecture Theatre 351, Education Building. Read more...
The 9th Annual Bosch Institute Young Investigator’s Retreat was held at the Kioloa ANU Coastal Campus, from the 17th-19th of February 2015.Click here to see images and report...
You are all invited to attend a Special Joint Seminar that is organised as part of the Friday Anderson Stuart Seminar series in 2015 together with the Bosch Institute Advanced Microscopy Facility (AMF). Please join us for a special seminar given by Prof. Hans-Ulrich Dodt from the Centre for Brain Research at the Medical University of Vienna and Vienna University of Technology. Prof. Dodt will be talking about his research and imaging using the Ultramicroscope (recently installed in the Bosch AMF, Rm S448 Anderson Stuart Building F13). Prof. Dodt is in Australia as an invited speaker at the National Imaging Workshop at the Hunter Meeting in March 2015. His visit to Sydney is sponsored by LaVision BioTec/LasTek Australia and the Bosch Institute. Read more...
A record attendance for the 2015 SMS/Bosch New Researchers Program this year with 80 students (mostly Honours students) enjoying the two day program (10th & 11th March). Students reported that the program was very helpful and informative. Read more...
Following his Ockham’s Razor talk on dementia (“A Tale of Two Organs”), Institute Director Jonathan Stone was interviewed by Simon Morton for Radio New Zealand’s This Way Up program. The interview, broadcast in late February, took some unexpected turns - exploring the nature of evidence and the roles of experiment in a complex medico-scientific problem. ‘Simon had understood not just the story I was trying to tell, but its implications and assumptions. He made it a challenging interview - in the best possible way”. To listen, follow this link.
Read the Executive Director's Report 2014.
Read the Bosch Institute Triennial Report.
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