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Spotlight on the Core Facilities #2 - TRI Town Hall Meeting #3

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What are the Challenges and Opportunities of Running the Microscopy, Flow Cytometry, Proteomics and Histology Research Facilities?

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TRI Town Hall Meeting #3 - Spotlight on the Core Facilities #2

Gain a unique insight into the operational challenges of running one half of TRI's Core Facilities. We want to hear from you at this interactive session relevant to all Core users.

Join us for the third TRI Town Hall Meeting Tuesday 30th November at 3:30pm as we invite our Core Managers and Academic Leads to present the opportunities and challenges faced by the Microscopy, Flow Cytometry, Proteomics and Histology Research Facilities.

Speakers from the Cores include: Prof Nikolas Haass, Mark Scott, A/Prof Ray Steptoe, Dr David Sester, Dr Mathew Jones, A/Prof Elizabeth Williams and Justin Large. These presentations will be followed by a Q&A chaired by Prof Ranjeny Thomas and co-chaired by A/Prof Helen Benham.

Don't miss your chance to attend this informative event - secure your seat today via the link below for in-person and online attendance.

Afternoon tea and networking in the Atrium is from 3:30pm. Meeting to commence in the Auditorium at 4pm. All TRI Community welcome!

Zoom Link - https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87669267620

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TRI is a ground breaking, industry leading initiative in the Australian medical research field.

As a ‘think tank’ of collaborative minds, TRI joins the future direction of medical research. 

TRI is the largest medical research institutes in the southern hemisphere. 

Its ‘bench to bedside’ model will enable collaborative research in which new treatments can be developed and tested by establishing and modelling the genetic and environmental basis of human disease.
 
TRI represents a unique collaboration of our four research partners: The University of Queensland Diamantina Institute (UQDI), Queensland University of Technology Institute of Health and Biomedical Innovation (IBHI), Mater Research, and Metro South Research (MSH), along with its health partner, Patheon Biologics. 
 
Led by Professor Scott Bell as CEO and Professor Ian Frazer, Chair of the TRI Foundation, TRI is the bringing together of the best and brightest minds to exchange ideas and work that ultimately translates to life-changing therapeutics and treatments.
 
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