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ANZAC Day 2016. Commemorating over a century of service.
24/4/2016 - Concord, NSW
The word ANZAC stands for Australian and New Zealand Army Corps. The soldiers who fought together became known as Anzacs, exemplifying a tradition of service, selflessness and mateship. ANZAC Day 2016 marks 101 years since Australia’s involvement in the First World War. The health and medical ANZAC Research Institute was named after and in remembrance of this tradition. This ANZAC Day we commemorate and learn from the sacrifice of so many Anzacs who gave so much. Read More >>

New ANZAC Research Institute 'Discovery' Newsletter Available
10/11/2015 - Concord, NSW
Learn about the Governor General's upcoming celebration of the ANZAC Health and Medical Research Foundation 20 year milestone. The fascinating story of a young Sydney woman was cured of lymphoma through what was initially considered a failed experiment. How researchers coming closer to overcoming transplant rejection and how new research is showing how androgens can assist in recovery from burns. Read More >>

ANZAC Research Institute 14th Annual Symposium
2/8/2015 - Concord, NSW
On Friday 28th August 2015, the institute will be holding it's 14th Annual Symposium on Neuromics, Genomics and Neurology: Approaches to Translation. The Keynote Speaker will be Professor Mary Reilly from the University College London. Read More >>

The Dendritic Cell Research Group is holding the DC Down Under Symposium 2015
2/8/2014 - Concord, NSW
On Thursday 6th August 2015, the Dendritic Cell Research Group will hold its annual symposium on the topic of ‘Antigen Uptake and Processing, Immune Therapies of the Future’. Read More >>