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 Annual Scientific Meeting - 1st August 2019

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This year the Bosch Institute's Annual Scientific Meeting will present "Cancer on the Run: The Tumour Microenvironment and Novel Therapeutics". 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...

Click here to register (free of charge).ProgramAbstract Submission: OPEN from 6th May
to 12th July, 2019

Bosch Institute Distinguished Seminar Series - 9th May 2019

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You are invited to attend the Bosch Institute Distinguished Seminar Series, "Are neurons really the most important in neurodegenerative diseases?" by Professor Glenda Halliday (NHMRC Senior Principal Research Fellow, Central Clinical School; Professor of Neuroscience, UNSW), on Thursday 9th May (5-6 pm) at Vesalian Theatre (S434), Anderson Stuart Building (F13). Read more...

Bosch Institute Facilities User Group Meeting - 2nd May 2019

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You are invited to attend the upcoming Bosch Institute User Group Meeting. With all Bosch Facilities represented, this meeting will showcase some of the interesting research being carried out by current users of the Bosch Institute Facilities. Read more...

Click here to register (free of charge).

Rebecca L Cooper Prize - Applications now Open

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Applications are now open for the Rebecca L Cooper prize and Medal administered through the Bosch Institute. The prize was offered for the first time in 2004. It is made possible by a generous donation from the Rebecca L Cooper Foundation, which supports biomedical research in Australia. The closing date is extended to 11th June 2019. For more information and application detail - please go to here.

Bercovici Prize - Applications now Open

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The Bosch Institute is pleased to invite applications for the Bercovici Prize. The Bercovici Prize was established in 1997 by a donation from Professor Max Bennett, of the Bosch Institute and the Discipline of Physiology, to the University of Sydney. The closing date is 29th April 2019. For more information and application detail - please go to here.

Research Profile and Social Media engagement Workshop - 2nd April 2019

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The Bosch Young Investigators Committee are excited to invite students and staff to a Research Profile and Social Media Engagement Workshop! The event will be presented by Associate Prof. Nikola Bowden (University of Newcastle and former Young Tall Poppy Science Award winner) with Social media and engagement celebrity Emma Beckett (Molecular nutritionist, University of Newcastle- 7000 twitter followers). Read more...

The HL and PO Bishop Fellowship in Neuroscience 2019 - 2021

HL and PO Bishop Fellowship

The Bosch Institute is pleased to invite applications for The HL and PO Bishop Fellowship in Neuroscience 2019 - 2021. Made possible by a bequest made by Professor P.O Bishop FAA FRS and Mrs Hilare Bishop, this Fellowship is to be awarded to a member of the Bosch Institute, of the University of Sydney. The Fellowship is to enable the awardee to visit a neuroscience centre for collaborative work, or to fund or support a novel development in neuroscience, or to improve the communication and teaching of neuroscience. Applications are invited from eligible people, i.e. from members of the Institute. Applications close March 20, 2019. Read more...

The printable version of this advertisement can be downloaded here.A pro-forma application can be downloaded here.