ARC Centre of Excellence in Advanced Molecular Imaging
The Centre of Excellence in Advanced Molecular Imaging will innovatively integrate physics, chemistry and biology to unravel the complex molecular interactions that define immunity. The Centre will develop new imaging methods to visualize atomic, molecular and cellular details of how immune proteins interact and effect immune responses. Outcomes: (i) new technological innovations leading to new imaging methods and products; and (ii) fundamental advances in understanding details of immune responses in health and disease. The Centre will enable Australia to be an international leader in biological imaging, to train next generation interdisciplinary scientists, and to provide new insights for combating common diseases that afflict society.
Funding: $27.9 million over 7 years
Centre Director: Professor James Whisstock
Administering Organisation: Monash University
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Please visit the ARC Centre of Excellence in Advanced Molecular Imaging website for further information.
Content Last Modified: 10/03/17