In The Media

Nov 19, 2014 Save the Date!
YOU are invited to join Garvan Institute osteoporosis expert Professor John Eisman on Wednesday 26 November for a a live webcast
Nov 19, 2014 Join us for a special live webcast
WHAT: A rare opportunity to join a conversation with internationally recognised osteoporosis specialist Professor John Eisman from
Nov 19, 2014 Save the date!
You are invited to join Garvan Institute osteoporosis expert Professor John Eisman for a 30 to 45-minute chat aimed at arming GPs
Nov 18, 2014 Bone health: Join our live debate
Join Professor John Eisman and Australian Doctor for a live webcast about osteoporosis.
Nov 18, 2014 Live clinical debate: Save the date!
Join Professor John Eisman and Australian Doctor for a live webcast about osteoporosis.
Nov 18, 2014 Clinical Conversations: Save the date!
Join Professor John Eisman and Australian Doctor for a live webcast about osteoporosis.
Nov 18, 2014 Bone health: myths and evidence
Join Professor John Eisman and Australian Doctor for a live webcast about osteoporosis.
Nov 14, 2014 Design hacktivism for a good cause: The Chairity Project
The iconic CH33 chair by Hans J.
Nov 14, 2014 Five leading scientists to join academy council
The Australian Academy of Science has announced that five of Australia’s leading scientists will join its council in 2015.
Nov 14, 2014 New players for academy leadership
Five distinguished Australian scientists will join the Australian Academy of Science council in 2015, replacing five equally
Nov 13, 2014 Professor Katherine Samaras
Professor Katherine Samaras is a senior staff specialist in endocrinology and metabolism at St Vincent's Hospital in Sydney and a
Nov 13, 2014 Media release: Eminent scientists join Academy leadership
Australian Academy of
Nov 12, 2014 Treatment turns immune cell into cancer-eating ‘Pac-Man’
Drugs used to treat osteoporosis and cancers that have spread to the bone can also fight cancer in its earlier stages, Sydney’s
Nov 11, 2014 'Frankenstein' DNA keeps tumours alive
Australian researchers have discovered how the massive DNA molecules that appear in some tumours are stitched together from other parts
Nov 11, 2014 Medical Breatkthroughs at St Vincent's Hospital & the Garvan Institute Receive Worldwide Acclaim
Professor Mike Rogers of the Garvan Institute of Medical Research Researchers at the Garvan Institute of Medical Research,
Nov 11, 2014 Scientists solve ‘Frankenstein’ DNA puzzle
Australian scientists have solved the mystery of how huge, cancer-associated DNA molecules that occur in some cancers are formed.
Nov 11, 2014 Cancer's 'Frankenstein' DNA mystery solved
Giant chromosome The creation of a 'Frankenstein'
Nov 11, 2014 Cancer's 'Frankenstein' DNA mystery solved
Giant chromosome The creation of a 'Frankenstein'
Nov 11, 2014 Scientists solve mystery of ‘Frankenstein’ DNA
AUSTRALIAN researchers have uncovered how the massive DNA molecules that appear in some tumours are formed like Frankenstein’s
Nov 11, 2014 Cancer's 'Frankenstein' DNA mystery solved
Giant chromosome The creation of a 'Frankenstein'