MIPS Seminar Program

All university staff (research and academic), alumni, all higher degree by research students and honours research students are invited to attend these Monash Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences seminars.

The seminars are held fortnightly on Wednesdays 12-1pm at Monash University's Parkville campus, 381 Royal Parade, Parkville, Victoria (unless otherwise stipulated).

If you wish to be added to the seminar mailing list email Asuntha.Munasinghe@monash.edu.

The 2019 MIPS Meet the Fellows seminar program.

Date

Presenter

Topic

Host

Room

27 MarDr Andrew Clulow
Drug Delivery, Disposition and Dynamics, Monash University

Milk Mimickry - Cracking the Chemical Code Behind Nature’s Nutrient Delivery Vehicle

Professor Chris PorterLecture Theatre 3
27 MarDr Ghizal Siddiqui
Drug Delivery, Disposition and Dynamics, Monash University
Multi-omics analysis of artemisinin resistant Plasmodium falciparum malaria parasites demonstrates key roles of glutathione and haemoglobin metabolismProfessor Chris PorterLecture Theatre 3
27 MarDr Jenni Ilomaki
Centre for Medicine Use and Safety, Monash University
Big data in dementia research: opportunities in Australia and internationallyProfessor Chris PorterLecture Theatre 3

25 Sep

Dr Elham Khajehali
Drug Discovery Biology, Monash University
TBCAssociate Professor Joe NicolazzoLecture Theatre 3
25 SepDr Roey Elnathan
Drug Delivery, Disposition and Dynamics, Monash University
Engineered cell–nanostructured interfaces: from self-assembly to cellular manipulationAssociate Professor Joe NicolazzoLecture Theatre 3
25 SepDr Elva Zhao
Drug Discovery Biology, Monash University
TBCAssociate Professor Joe NicolazzoLecture Theatre 3

2019 MIPS seminar program :

Date

Presenter

Topic

Host

Room

13 FebProf Mark Febbraio 
Drug Discovery Biology, Monash University
Metabolism in Health & DiseaseProf Chris PorterLecture Theatre 3
27 Feb Mr Mark Sullivan
Medicines Development for Global Health
Turning our research into medicines: throwing a spotlight on developmentProf Sue CharmanLecture Theatre 3
13 MarProf Natasha Harvey
Centre for Cancer Biology, UniSA
Defining the genetic and developmental basis of human lymphatic vascular diseaseDr Natalie TrevaskisLecture Theatre 3
4 AprProf Robert Young
Simon Fraser University, Canada
Bone Targeting Pro-drug Conjugates for treatment of Osteoporosis and Other Bone related ConditionsProf Chris PorterLecture Theatre 3
10 AprDr Cornelia Landersdorfer
Centre for Medicine Use and Safety, Monash University
Optimising antibiotic therapy against ‘superbugs’: towards precision medicineProf Simon BellLecture Theatre 3
8 MayProf Kirsten Howard
The University of Sydney
TBCProf Simon BellLecture Theatre 3
22 MayProf Andrew Scott
Olivia Newton John Cancer Research Institute
Development of novel therapies for brain tumoursA/Prof Joe NicolazzoLecture Theatre 3
5 JunDr Denise Wootten
Monash University 
TBCProf Arthur ChristopoulosLecture Theatre 3
19 JunDr Ben Capuano
Monash University
TBCProf Peter ScammellsLecture Theatre 3
3 JulProf Jonathan Cebon
Olivia Newton John Cancer Research Institute 
TBCProf Colin PoutonLecture Theatre 3
17 JulProf Steven Petrou
Florey Institute of Neuroscience & Mental Health
Precision medicine in epilepsyProf Ray NortonLecture Theatre 3
31 JulProf Grant McArthur
Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Centre 
TBCProf Arthur ChristopoulosLecture Theatre 3
14 AugProf Glenda Halliday
The University of Sydney
Catching Parkinon’s disease – does the evidence stack up?A/Prof Joe NicolazzoLecture Theatre 3
28 AugA/Prof Megan Munsie
The University of Melbourne 
TBCProf Colin PoutonLecture Theatre 3
11 SepProf Michael Sailor
University of California, San Diego
TBCProf Nico VoelckerLecture Theatre 3
6 NovProf Mark von Itzstein
Griffith University 
TBCProf Peter ScammellsLecture Theatre 3