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RUNDIPG May 30
What does look like? Lab-based studies involve growing cells inside plastic flasks so their growth and response/resistance to treatments can be evaluated. of snapped this beaut example📸
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Tabitha McLachlan Mar 5
This is Sydney, my 4month old . He joined me for a local this week , and was very well behaved! I am so inspired by all the out there and feel grateful I was able to bring him along.
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Matt Dun, PhD Oct 20
Mummy going over and beyond for our family and our research. We love you / Phoebe
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Dr Ryan Duchatel Apr 23
Another great review from the . This time on the anti cancer potential of low THC cannabis. Well done all.
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Matt Dun, PhD Apr 23
The utility of cannabis for the treatment of cancer remains enigmatic. 4 >3yrs has been investigating the anticancer properties. Herein, we review the anticancer potential of THC & non-THC cannabinoids highlighting known MOA, unknowns, pros & cons
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Matt Dun, PhD 16 Nov 18
Thanks This is a gr8 initiative of a wonderful grad student Ive had the honour of cosupervising over the last 4 years A multicultural celebration of movement particularly poinent for kids like Josie who’s freedom has been hijacked by
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Tabitha McLachlan 3 Jun 19
Replying to @TabMclachlan
for the win ! Congratulations Ryan !
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Odunola Ogunsola 8 Oct 14
On my to work clothiers
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Tabitha McLachlan 3 Jun 19
Replying to @RUNDIPG
Awesome talk bu Ryan Duchatel, presenting some amazing research funded by
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Tabitha McLachlan Dec 20
Congratulations & !! Glad Im going to be around to see this projects developments !
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Tracy Burrows 14 Jun 18
Thankyou everyone for all the support at Kooinda daycare cake stall. It was a great success, the kids said it was a sell out
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HCRA Apr 28
Can hemp help? The , led by has been investigating the anticancer properties of cannabis. Read their recently published review highlighting known MOA, unknowns, pros & cons.
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Matt Dun, PhD Sep 27
Sorry to miss you Sean, was excited to see you present your data, next time. Thanks for taking the time to visit and hopefully inspiring our future proteomics leaders!
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Tabitha McLachlan 1 Nov 18
Awesome day and awesome work !
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Anita Beaumont May 16
‘Not knowing where to try, not knowing where to go, what to do, is just not fair.’ and his keep fighting for the families and kids facing a devastating diagnosis - and they are making good ground! 👏🏻Help ‘em keep up the good work by supporting ✊🏻
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Dr David Skerrett-Byrne 3 Nov 18
Admittedly not the most canid picture but I like it. Thanks
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Matt Dun, PhD May 5
Excited for the op to present results from my lab (Jon Sillar, , Heather Murray and ) at this weeks seminar. Here I’ll discuss super cool high-res that shows that free radicals drive oncogenic signalling in & are targetable!
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RUNDIPG 14 Nov 18
Congratulations to our very own ! He is doing amazing things for !
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Dilana Elisabeth Staudt Nov 12
Representing at the EMBO Targeted Proteomics course. Special thank you to and for this amazing opportunity. So happy to be here and learn from so many brilliant researchers.
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Dilana Elisabeth Staudt 10 Feb 19
Today is the International Day of Women & Girls in Science! Shoutout to all brilliant who inspire me every day!
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