Entries by Jennifer Huynh

Congrats Jamie on being elected as an EMBO Associate Member

EMBO elects 67 new members and associate members They join the EMBO community of more than 1,900 leading life scientists in Europe and beyond By EMBO Communications 6 July 2022 – EMBO announces that 67 researchers have been elected to its membership. Through this lifelong honour, new EMBO Members and Associate Members are recognized for their […]

Jamie featured in Monash Lens

‘It’s discovery science. You may have a setback, but you don’t take it lying down’ Original article in Monash Lens by Chris Johnston Professor Jamie Rossjohn is internationally recognised for using structural biology to investigate how T cells can respond to viral infections or cause autoimmunity. Now, he’s been named a fellow of the oldest […]

Listen to our Artist in Residence, Erica talk about her Multisensory books on the NextSense Institute Podcast

The NextSense Institute Podcast (formerly the Renwick Centre Podcast) is a regular series that discusses hearing and vision education and health- everything from new resources, emerging ideas and hot-button issues! Trudy talks to our artist in residence, Erica Tandori and Stu Favilla (from  Interaction Design, Swinburne University) about developing accessible science content for people with […]

Congratulations Jamie – elected to The Royal Society

Professor Jamie Rossjohn, one of Australia’s leading scientists, has been elected as a Fellow of the Royal Society (FRS) – one of the world’s most prestigious scientific bodies – in recognition of his transformative contributions to science. The Royal Society, established in the 1660s, is the oldest scientific academy in continuous existence in the world. […]

Outstanding Academy Fellows elected to Royal Society

Four Australian scientists have been elected Fellows of the Royal Society, the world’s oldest scientific academy in continuous existence, for their outstanding contributions to scientific understanding. Professor Carola Vinuesa FAA FRS FAHMS Professors Carola Vinuesa, Jamie Rossjohn, Richard Robson and Bob Pressey are among a group of 62 individuals worldwide who have been recognised this […]