Women in Science

Media Release: New Bio21 building recognises pioneering women

The University of Melbourne has honoured two if its most revered scientists at the opening of the expanded Bio21 Institute of Molecular Science and Biotechnology on Friday. The state-of-the-art, $46 million research building expands the footprint of the Bio21 Institute by 5000 square metres.

Women of Bio21 - Louise Formby-Miller

Meet Louise Formby-Miller, Senior Scientist, Rhythm Biosciences - animal friend, super-mum and Bikram yoga fan. 

2018 Georgina Sweet Awards for Women in Quantitative Biomedical Science

Congratulations to the 2018 winners; Cornelia Landersdorfer (Monash Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences), Ana Traven (Monash Biomedicine Discovery Institute) and Aleksandra Filipovska (Harry Perkins Institute of Medical Research, UWA).

Women of Bio21 - Liselle Atkin

Liselle Atkin, Graduate Researcher, School of Chemistry, Rizzacasa Group

Women of Bio21 - Kirsty Turner

Meet Kirsty Turner, Bio21's Research Support Services Manager, with responsibilities for oversight and support to the Institute’s platform technologies, research groups and industry tenants and most importantly her daughter Alyssa.

Women of Bio21 - Jacqueline Heath

Meet Jacqueline Heath, Early Career Researcher, Scholz Research Group, Reynolds Laboratory, Oral Health CRC, Bio21 Institute and Melbourne Dental School. 

Women of Bio21 - Julie Ralton

Julie Ralton, Research Fellow, McConville Group, Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology.  

Women of Bio21 - Xu Li

Xu Li, Research Fellow, Gras Group, Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering

Women of Bio21 - Uta Wille

Associate Professor Uta Wille, School of Chemistry

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