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 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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Mammalian Cell Culture: A Practical Approach, 7th - 9th November 2017

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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 three practical sessions that will take place over 2 days – 7th & 9th November. Read more...

Real Time PCR Workshop, 7th - 9th November 2017

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You are invited to attend the upcoming Bosch Institute, Real Time PCR Workshop, organised by the Molecular Biology Facility (MBF). Topics include PCR primer design, database searches for sequence information, total RNA extraction, determination of RNA/DNA concentration (QIAxpert), etc.

A Practical Introduction to Working with Laboratory Mice, 30th October - 3rd November 2017

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This introductory workshop is most suited to new and inexperienced researchers and aims to promote ethical, confident and competent interactions with laboratory animals. This program offers a unique opportunity for students and researchers to gain hands-on experience with the most commonly used laboratory animal procedures and techniques with support by professional staff and equipment. Read more...

LC-QQQ-MS Seminar and Workshop Series - 25th October 2017

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The Bosch Institute’s recent acquisition of the Shimadzu UHPLC-Triple quad mass spectrometer system has expanded the capabilities of the Institute to perform new and more sensitive analyses. The Bosch Institute, in conjunction with Shimadzu Scientific, is presenting a series of seminars and workshops to ensure the new system is used to its full capability for all research projects. Read more...

Bosch Institute Facilities User Group Meeting - 19th October 2017

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You are invited to attend the upcoming Bosch Institute Facilities User Group Meeting. This meeting will showcase some of the interesting research being carried out by current users of the Bosch Institute Multi-User Facilities as well as some of the exciting new approaches that we are developing. Read more...

Twenty Five Years on

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Professor Steve Robinson was visiting Sydney to give an invited seminar in the Anderson Stuart series (title: “Neuropathology of obstructive sleep apnoea - a precursor to Alzheimer's?”) The seminar was very well attended and generated a very lively discussion. Read more...

Bosch Institute Annual Scientific Meeting - 20th July 2017

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This year the Bosch Institute's Annual Scientific Meeting will present "Regenerative Medicine: Repairing the Damaged Body". The special one day event will feature speakers from across all the Bosch Research Themes and will also show case the latest in technologies. The conference is open to basic scientists and physicians to enable effective cross cutting of interdisciplinary ideas and to stimulate collaboration. The meeting will also provide an outstanding opportunity and exciting environment for junior investigators and trainees to develop their knowledge. Read more...

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