Adrien Albert Laboratory, 19 December 1989 - Dr Diana Temple, Dr Hue Tran, Professor Graham Johnston, Dr Rujee Duke and Dr Robin Allan
Anti-anxiety Compounds R&D Project, Circadian Technologies Annual Report 1996 - Dr Tu Hua Ai, Dr Hui Qiang Lin, Professor Graham Johnston and Dr Peter Burden
The Honorable Dr Michael Wooldridge, Commonwealth Minister for Health and Family Services, present Dr Noel Chambers with the Biota Award for Medicinal Chemistry on 10 June 1998 for his work on the design and development of new agents to treat diabetes carried out in the Adrien Albert Laboratory of Medicinal Chemistry.
Professor Graham Johnston pleased at his being made a Member of the Order of Australia in the Queen's Birthday Honours list in June1998
Professor Graham Johnston receiving his Centenary Medal for services to Australian society in pharmacology from the Honorable Dr Brendan Nelson, Commonwealth Minister for Education, Science andTraining in July 2003
November 2005: Long Service Medals, University of Sydney - Dr Rujee Duke (20 years service), Vice-Chancellor Gavin Brown, Professor Graham Johnston (25 years service) and Associate Professor Robin Allan (25 years service).
December 2006: Associate Professor Robin Allan on his 60th birthday at the Drug Design Amongst The Vines conference in the Hunter Valley with PhD student Katherine Locock and their poster on 'Paths to novel cyclopentane GABA analogues'.
July 2008: 3D at the Cove, RACI Division of Biomolecular Chemistry, Couran Cove, Queensland - on the beach at Couran Cove: Philip Portoghese (Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Medicinal Chemistry), Navnath Gavande (winner of the prize for the best student poster), Isabella Premoli (Italian exchange student), Mary Collins and Graham Johnston.
The Adrien Albert Laboratory of Medicinal Chemistry before renovation in 2008.
August 2009: Robin Allan speaking at his retirement function in the Grandstand. Robin joined the Department of Pharmacology in 1980 and enjoyed a distinguished career in teaching and research into the medicinal chemistry of glutamate and GABA. Watching on is Katherine Locock, his last PhD student.
Navi does it again winning the student poster prize ($500) at AIMCES09, the 7th Asian Federation of Medicinal Chemistry International Syposium in Cairns, 23-27 August 2009.
L to R: Rasmus Clausen (University of Copenhagen, Treasurer, European Federation of Medicinal Chemistry), Navnath Gavande (Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Sydney), Dave Winkler (CSIRO Melbourne, President, Asian Federation of Medicinal Chemistry), and Mary Collins (Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Sydney).