CiiiD's Tuesday seminar, this week 25 July, will feature Dr Helen Cumming and Dr Ross Chapman, both post-doctoral bioinformaticians and research scientists from the Regulation of Interferon and Innate Signalling Laboratory, headed by Prof Paul Hertzog.
Helen's presentation is titled 'Getting the most out of fluidigm; using microarray methods to analyse high throughput quantitative PCR'.
Ross' presentation is titled 'Division from unity: An in-depth analysis of the interferome'.
1-2pm, Tuesday 25 July, Seminar Room 1, Level 2, TRF
Chair: Dr Nicole de Weerd
At 12pm in Seminar Room 2, Level 2, TRF, there will be a Commercialisation Workshop, vital for researchers considering funding outside government sources. Please see here for more information: http://hudson.org.au/commercialisation/translation-seminars/. Major discussion points:
•ARC Linkage Grants are effective and reasonably accessible
•The CRC-P process –what to gain to be involved
•Accessing private capital is challenging but rewarding
•Think differently –take the challenge,and be determined and take advice
•Commercialisation has rewards for seeing discovery utilized
At 12pm in Seminar Room 1, Level 2, TRF, CID will hold its weekly seminar. The CID seminar schedule can be found here: http://www.med.monash.edu.au/scs/medicine/cid/seminar-series.html.