Healthier kids, brighter futures

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Speakers

 
 

 

 

Professor Anthony W Purcell, Monash University
Head Immunoproteomics Laboratory, Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology


Title: Big and Small: Chemical Interference with Immune Receptor Ligand Interactions Explains Many Adverse Drug Reactions

[Short Biography]                 

 

Professor Marc Wilkins, University of New South Wales

Director, Ramaciotti Centre for Gene Function Analysis
Director, NSW Systems Biology Initiative                        

Title:
 The Dynamics of Protein Interaction Networks

[Short Biography]             
 

Associate Professor Mark Raftery, University of New South Wales

Bioanalytical Mass Spectrometry Facility Director

Title: Mass Spectrometry and Chemical Proteomics

[Short Biography]  
 

Professor Roger Daly, Monash University

Head, Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology 
Head, Signalling Network Laboratory
School of Biomedical Sciences    

Title: Tyrosine Kinase Signalling Networks in Human Cancer

[Short Biography]
                     
 

Dr Mark Graham, Children’s Medical Research Institute

Group Leader               

Title: Chemical Proteomics Approach for Determining a Glycosylphosphorylation-
Regulated Protein Function 

[Short Biography]
 

Associate Professor Stuart Cordwell, University of Sydney

School of Molecular Bioscience                    

Title: Functional Decoration: Post-Translational Modifications and their Crosstalk in 
Myocardial Ischemia / Reperfusion Injury

[Short Biography]
 

Professor Adam McCluskey, University of Newcastle

Director, The University of Newcastle Priority Research Centre for Chemical Biology 
Co-Director, Australian Cancer Research Foundation Centre for Kinomics, University of Newcastle

Title: Developing a Chemical Proteomics Toolkit to Streamline Drug Development

[Short Biography]                        
 

Associate Professor Mark Molloy, Macquarie University

Australian Proteome Analysis Facility Director
Department of Chemistry and Biomolecular Sciences

Title: Experiences with a Bisindolylmaleimide Chemical Probe in Cancer Cells and 
Tissues      

[Short Biography]
            

 

Associate Professor Sally-Ann Poulsen, Griffith University

Eskitis Institute for Drug Discovery, Griffith University

Title: Labelling and Detection of Biomolecules in Cells Using Click Chemistry                

[Short Biography]