School of Molecular Bioscience
The School of Molecular Bioscience was one of the first and largest schools in Australia devoted to research and teaching in the areas of microbiology, biochemistry, molecular biology and genetics, cell biology and human nutrition. The School organisation reflects its research and teaching strengths and priorities being composed of five research disciplines in Structural Biology, Microbiology, Molecular Biology and Genetics, Nutrition and Metabolism, and Proteomics and Biotechnology. In 2012 the School was comprised of a total of 60 academics (including 4 Fellows of the Australian Academy of Science, 2 Federation Fellows, and 17 postdoctoral fellows) and 35 general staff. A central mission of the School is in the training of the next generation of scientists and because of our research commitment we are very well placed to translate the latest scientific discoveries from the research lab into the lecture theatre and practical class.
The reasons behind why Australians, especially young Australians, eat a fraction of the recommended serves of fruit and vegetables was discussed at Sydney Ideas, featuring A/Prof Margaret Allman-Farinelli.
Kim Bell-Anderson has been awarded the Nutrition Society of Australia Mid-Career Travel Grant.
Dr Kim Kaufman was awarded travel grants from the Human Proteome Organisation 2014 World Congress and the European Association of Neuro-oncology