In the studio this week are Drs Euan, Linden and Shane and KrisKP who are talking to 20 (or 22) PhD students in the studio about their work:
Akhil from RMIT - implants;
Steph from Monash - sustainable hospital food systems;
Catriona from Peter Doherty - hipster immune cells;
Lauren from Swinburne - dietary research;
Maddy from Hudson Institute - salmonella infection host cell death pathways;
Lauren from Monash - public healt researcher;
Nicole from Doherty Institute - secretion systems during infections;
Ellen from Hudson Institute - epigenetic marks in eggs;
Laura from Florey Institute - music training and protecting congnitive function;
Jenn from Western Sydney Uni - how do lactation support specialists do what they do;
Nahwal (?) from ? - skin to skin contact;
Dinah from La Trobe Uni - age related changes and congnitive processing;
Enke from Hudson Institute - automation in cell therapy manufacturing;
Cameron from Murdoch Research Institute - mitochondrial disease research;
Samantha from Monash - how drugs can be designed following a heart attack;
Jordan from La Trobe - what the immune system has to do with high bloody pressure;
Stephany from La Trobe - bacterial infection in dogs and bacteriaphages;
Vivian from La Trobe - vascular disfunction in metabolic syndrome;
Elena from Monash - inflamatory arthritis treatment;
Anandita from Monash - rock fractures;
Kimberley from Melbourne Uni - atmospheric rivers;
Devolina from RMIT - vaccines in chickens.
The team then dug further into both Kimberley and Stephany's research.
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Listen to Dr Shane's 'Chat with a Nobel Laureate' at a University of Melbourne-Comprehensive Cancer PhD Program event.
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