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Asia Pacific Centre for Animal Health
APCAH is a research & research training centre at the University of Melbourne that aims to improve control of infectious agents in animals πŸ„πŸ–πŸ“πŸ¦ƒπŸπŸπŸŽπŸ¨πŸ”¬πŸ’Š
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Guy Thwaites Jul 19
2 more weeks to apply for this unusual and exciting opportunity to study infectious diseases within in Ho Chi Minh city. If you want to bring your laboratory science into the clinical arena, this is the place to do it.
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Yung En Chee 18h
This permanent, full-time, broadly-framed applied research role at is a great opportunity for an experienced hydrologist/geomorphologist/ecologist/social scientist!πŸ‘‡Pls do check it out & RT!
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Emilia Huerta 10h
If you are looking for a postdoc position and are interested in human and pathogen genetic diversity (joint project with Flora Jay and ) please chat with Flora/me at
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HennLab Jul 21
A new postdoc position is available beginning Fall 2019 to work on human origins in the Henn Lab. African genomes, modeling, UC Davis. Yes.
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Tim Sackton 10h
Hey ! I’m looking for a postdoc to work with me and Matt Meselson on genomics of bdelloid rotifers using long read sequencing β€” if this sounds interesting come find me or get in touch
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Head Melb Vet School Jul 17
Great to host so many key stakeholders at our first Wildlife Health Management Workshop at Melbourne Vet School today, gaining consensus on principles and methods for response to wildlife disease in Victoria
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Asia Pacific Centre for Animal Health Jul 19
Comparative genomic analyses of Mycoplasma synoviae vaccine strain MS-H and its wild-type parent strain 86079/7NS: implications for the identification of virulence factors and applications in diagnosis of M. synoviae
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Phili ፊሊ Jul 18
giving a great talk on his PhD experience and cooladvice for new RHD students at
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Stacey Lynch-Allen Jul 17
Collaborative workshop on responding to endemic wildlife diseases in Victoria! Great chairing and facilities U-Vet Melbourne
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Phili ፊሊ Jul 17
Happening now: oration seminar by titled β€œGenomic of infectious laryngotracheitis (ILTV) ”. πŸ“
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Dr Nina Pollak Jul 13
Now you can read our latest publication on: Multiplex Detection of Nucleic Acids Using Recombinase Polymerase Amplification and a Molecular Colorimetric 7-Segment Display
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Kevin Brown Jul 12
Now taking applications for an NIH-funded position in molecular parasitology.
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Faculty of Veterinary and Agricultural Sciences Jul 11
Congratulations to Vito Colella, our new McKenzie Postdoctoral Research Fellow, whose early career research impact has been recognised with the Odile Bain Memorial Prize!
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Faculty of Veterinary and Agricultural Sciences Jul 11
Congratulations to , who received the Bancroft-Mackerras Medal for Excellence in recognition of her outstanding contributions to parasitology this week! You can read about her work in , and to eliminate soil transmitted helminths below.
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Sara Mahdizadeh Jul 11
Just presented our CRISPR findings at the United States Organisation of Mycoplasmology meeting. Don't get me wrong! Couldn't get a US visa again!!! But grateful to the USOM organisers for giving me the opportunity to present from Melbourne!
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Lida Omaleki Jul 10
Vale Phil Markham. I have been one of those lucky people who had the opportunity to learn a lot from him. He was a great scientist, a great teacher and mentor. He never stopped supporting his students
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Stuart Barber Jul 9
Vale Phil Markham. Great to have had the chance to work with Phil along with on Mannheimia studies. Great colleague and will be very much missed.
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Asia Pacific Centre for Animal Health Jul 9
Vale Phil Markham. Our colleague Associate Professor Phil Markham passed away on Monday night. He will be greatly missed.
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Alistair Legione Jul 6
Congratulations !
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Dr Martina Jelocnik Jul 6
Congrats πŸ€©πŸŽ‰πŸ‘©β€πŸŽ€
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