The Discipline of Physiology pursues knowledge about the normal and abnormal function of the body. Most of the laboratories can be found in the Anderson Stuart Building, on the Camperdown campus of The University of Sydney, and are part of the Bosch Institute. To the left are links to each of the laboratories, which are organised by the general theme of their research.
Jointly presented by the Disciplines of Physiology and Anatomy & Histology, School of Medical Sciences as part of the Bosch Institute Seminar Program.
1pm Sept 5 2014 -- Anderson Stuart Building, Room N248
Immune cell traffic through the CNS regulates peripheral anti-CNS immunity
A/Prof David Brown
St Vincents Centre for Applied Medical Research
More information about the Seminar series can be found here.
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- Advanced Microscopy Facility (including multiphoton, confocal and deconvolution microscopes)
- Rodent behavioural testing facility
- Molecular biology facility
For more information about the above see Bosch Institute Facilities