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, 21 July 2016

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This year the Bosch Institute's Annual Scientific Meeting will present "Ideas and Technology - Engines of Medical Science". 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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Free One-hour Writing Workshop

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Do you struggle to write your thesis, journal article or grant application? If the answer is yes - then why not consider attending the one-hour writing workshop being offered on the 28th July. Together with MD writing and editing, Bosch have organised for a free one-hour writing workshop for all interested students (and staff). Read more...

Congratulations Hannah Glover - ATA Young Scientist runner up

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Hannah Glover, a third year PhD student working under the supervision of Dr Michael Morris, Bosch Institute, University of Sydney has recently been awarded an ATA Scientific Young Scientist prize. The Morris lab studies embryonic stem cells and aims to understand the processes governing amino-acid mediated stem cell differentiation to neural cells. Read more...

'Nature' publishes work from Anatomy and Histology student Kennedy Wolfe


Kennedy Wolfe of the Integrative Biology and Evolution of Marine and Freshwater Invertebrates Laboratory is part of the team whose work was published in Nature this month. Read more...