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02 December 2019
Stem Cells Australia Media:

2011
  • Given time, stem cells may mutate. Futurity, 13 December 2011.
  • New discovery of adult stem cells. Radio National Health Report, 12 December 2011.
  • Heart stem cells discovered that can make bone and muscle. BioNEWS UK, 5 December 2011.
  • Stem cell hope for damaged hearts. Adelaide Now, 2 December 2011.
  • New stem cells could fix broken hearts. Nine News, 2 December 2011.
  • Australian study on stem cell tourism to begin in 2012. Tourism And Aviation, 2December 2011.
  • New stem cells could fix broken hearts.Sydney Morning Herald, 1 December 2011.
  • Stem cells traced to heart. The Scientist, 1 December 2011.
  • Safety issues in stem cell therapy to be addressed by international study. Medical News Today, 29 November 2011.
  • Stem cells vulnerable to cancer. The Australian, 28 November 2011.
  • DNA discovery may boost stem cell safety. ABC Science Online, 28 November 2011.
  • Parkinson’s stem cell hope. The Age, 12 November 2011.
  • Stem cell hope for Parkinson’s patients. SKYNEWS, 11 November 2011.
  • Stem cell breakthrough for Parkinson’s disease. ABC News, 10 November 2011.
  • Stem cell hope for Parkinson’s patients. The Australian, 10 November 2011.
  • Stem cell hope for Parkinson’s patients. Nine MSN - News & Current Affairs, 10 November 2011. 
  • Stem cell hope for Parkinson’s patients. Herald Sun, 10 November 2011.
  • Expert back to study the mysteries of the stem cell. Australian Financial Review, 7 November 2011. 
  • Heart disease research breakthrough sparks cure hope. Herald Sun, 24 October 2011.
  • Green heart boost possibility of stem cell therapies. Life Scientist, 24 October 2011.
  • Cell surface marker identified to isolate cardiomyocytes derived from human pluripotent stem cells. Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News, 24 October 2011.
  • Martin Pera concerned over European Court decision on patenting. SBS Radio News, 12 October 2011.
  • Anti-cloning review doubly welcomed. Herald Sun, 7 July 2011.
  • Stem cell review recommends no change to current legislation. Australian Life Scientist, 8 July 2011.
2012
  • Unproven stem cell treatments pose risks. Herald Sun and The Australian, 26 November 2012.
  • Stem Cells and the Travails of Hope. Monash Magazine, 1 October 2012.
  • Lowly fat molecule offers hope in spinal cord injuries. The Age, 29 August 2012.
  • Fears over ‘stem cell tourism’. Sydney Morning Herald and Brisbane Times, 9 August 2012. 
  • MS, Parkinson’s ‘supplements’ concern. Perth Now, 6 August 2012.
  • Stem cell, cancer link. Maitland Mercury, 20 July 2012.
  • Stem cell research aids understanding of cancer. Science Daily, 19 July 2012.
  • Stem cell discovery important for cancer. Herald Sun, 18 July 2012.
  • Stem cell discovery important for cancer. The Australian, 17 July 2012.
  • Stem cell discovery important for cancer. NINEMSN, 17 July 2012.
  • Stem cell tourism. Channel Ten – THE PROJECT, 17 July 2012.
  • Stem cell tourism. ABC Radio National - Background Briefing, 10 June 2012.
  • Stem cells: hope, hype and progress. NZ HERALD, 8 July 2012.
  • Debate over stem cell treatment. TVNZ - Close Up, 5 April 2012.
  • Lab-made organs could offer a solution to donor storage. The Conversation, 9 March 2012.
  • Destination Hope. Sydney Morning Herald and The Sunday Age – Good Weekend Magazine, 5 March 2012.
  • Stem cells reverse heart attack damage. COSMOS, 16 February 2012.
  • She sells stem cells. Women’s Health, 1 February 2012.
  • Top Australian and Indian scientists to collaborate. The Economic Times, 26 June 2012.
  • Stem cell treatments reverses blindness. The Australian, 25 January 2012.
  • First stem cell treatment in humans helps recover sight. Sydney Morning Herald, 25 January 2012.
  • Stem cells used to treat macular degeneration. ABC News PM, 24 January 2012.
  • ABC Radio National’s Big Ideas – Stem cell tourism: how far would you go? Science on Radio National 2011/12 Summer Season, 1 Jan 2012.
2013
  • Stem cell face-lift caused bone growth. The Advertiser. 8 January 2013.
  • Embedded dangers of unproven stem cell treatments. Drive Program at Radio 6PR in Perth, WA. 8 January 2013.
  • What’s the stem cell regulatory scenario like in APAC? BioSpectrum. 30 January 2013.
  • Eye-opener as scientists grow lens cells. The Age. 31 January 2013.
  • The potential of stem cell therapies. Australian BioTechnology. 1 March 2013.
  • Stem Cells Australia. Australian BioTechnology. 1 March 2013.
  • Pioneering stem cell research shows promising treatment for AMD. Australian Optometry. 1 March 2013.
  • Stem cell tourism. Mornings on 720, Perth. 22 April 2013.
  • Lost in Science. 3CR Melbourne and throughout Australia. 25 April 2013.
  • Footballers being used ‘as stem cell lab rats’. The Weekend Australian. 4 May 2013.
  • Boots, guts and biochemistry. The Weekend Australian Magazine. 4 May 2013.
  • Breakthrough: stem cells from a cloned embryo [Over 450 mentions including The Age, The Canberra Times, Sunday Age, Sydney Morning Herald; all of the capital city News Ltd websites and all of the major Fairfax websites. Related stories also aired on ABC1, ABC News 24, Lateline, SBS World News, Channel 10 News, The Project ABC, NewsRadio Breakfast, ABC The  World Today and on over 350 online news websites]. 16-19 May 2013.
  • Warnings about overseas treatments for cerebral palsy. ABC The World Today. 22 May 2013.
  • CSIRO scientists develop safety test for induced pluripotent stem cells. ABC News. 4 June 2013.
  • The rise of stem cell tourism. Courier Mail and Herald Sun. 6 July 2013.
  • Scientists hope 3D fake brain will help research. ABC Radio AM. 29 August 2013.
  • Dr Mirella Dottori discusses growing brain fragments from stem cells. ABCNEWS 24 29 August 2013.
  • Cutting Edge Cures – Rebuilding with stem cells. Women’s Health and Fitness. 1 September 2013.
  • Sunshine Coast mum flies to Beijing for unproven stem cell treatment for autistic daughter. Courier Mail. 12 October 2013.
  • Immortal Science. Australian Life Scientist. 1 November 2013. 
  • Stem-cell prize helps target cure. The Australian. 14 November 2013.
  • Stem Cells: Hype or Hope. ‘The Curious Country’ (Edited by Leigh Dayton) p128-132.
  • Scientist muscles in on stem cell therapy. Herald Sun 10 December 2013.
  • Miniature kidney grown in a dish. [612 mentions including The Courier Mail, The Age, the Herald Sun, The Canberra Times, the Adelaide Advertiser and the Hobart Mercury; The Australian, ABC Science, all of the capital city News Ltd websites and all of the major Fairfax websites. It was also aired on ABC News TV and radio nationally, Channels 7, 9 and 10 nationally]. 16 December 2013.
  • Stem cell warning: experts fear experimental treatments will lead to serious injury. ABC News Radio and TV (national coverage). 19 December 2013.
2014
  • Alarm over ‘experimental’ stem cell use Australian  Doctor, 8 January 2014
  • Stem cell doctor hits out at critics Australian Doctor, 24 January 2014
  • GP uses stem cell therapy in autism Australian Doctor, 24 January 2014
  • Scientists hail stem cell ‘breakthrough’ ABC AM, 30 January 2014
  • Stem cell tourism and risks RRR, 2 March 2014
  • Scientists release first-ever ‘map’ of gene activity in humans SBS, 26 March 2014
  • Potential diabetes therapy: scientists grow insulin-producing cells using cloning techniques SMH, The Age and syndicates, 29 April 2014
  • Sydney scientist regrows monkey’s heart with stem cells SMH, 30 April 2014
  • Stem-cell repair job could fix heart damage The Australian, 30 April 2014
  • Australian cardiologist regrows monkey hearts with human stem cells The Guardian, 1 May 2014
  • Scientists regrow monkey heart wall using human stem cells ABC The World Today, 1 May 2014
  • ARA voices concern over OA cell therapy 6Minutes, 1 May 2014
  • Heart cells have ‘preteen’ growth spurt ABC Science, 9 May 2014
  • Sydney scientists show young hearts can mend SMH, 10 May 2014
  • Bone grown from monkey skin cells ABC Science, 16 May 2014
  • Stem cell transplants ‘safe and successful’ in monkeys BioNews,28 May 2014
  • Stem cell researchers to use national prize to treat brain conditions ABC News, 2 June 2014
  • History of stem cells Bendigo Advertiser, 3 July 2014
  • Stem Cells SBS Insight, 15 July 2014
  • Aussies turning to radical stem cell therapy to help treat injuries SBS News, 15 July 2014
  • Stem cell tourism exploits people by marketing hope The Conversation, 15 July 2014
  • Stem Cell Tourism ABC24, 17 July 2014
  • Stem cell treatment warnings after Australian woman dies in Russia SMH, The Age and syndicates, 28 July 2014
  • Beware doctors trading on hope Australian Medicine, 5 August 2014
  • Stem cell therapy rogue operators charging thousands for useless or dangerous treatment ABC 730 Report, 25 August 2014
  • Stem cell researcher to use national prize to treat brain conditions ABC News, 25 August 2014
  • Stem cell therapy a primitive science Australian Financial Review, 27 August 2014
  • Questions raised about a clinic offering stem cell treatment using fat from liposuction ABC 730 Report, 16 September 2014
  • Stem cell treatment for AFL players draws medical and market criticism ABC 730 Report, 6 October 2014
  • Tendon grown in lab Herald Sun, 7 November 2014
  • New stem cell opens door to regeneration The Australian, 11 December 2014
  • Researchers identify stem cells that can be reprogrammed The Age, 11 December 2014
  • ‘Grow your own’ body parts a step closer after stem cell breakthrough The Age, 11 December 2014
  • Toronto-led international research team makes stem cell breakthrough The Globe and Mail, 10 December 2014
  • Pioneering Toronto scientist continues to demystify stem cells The Star, 11 December 2014
2015
  • One step back, 10 steps forward for stem cells The Weekend Australian, 3-4 January 2015
  • Stem cell therapy regulation raises questions for patients and practitioners ABC The World Today, 9 January 2015
  • Stem cell tourism in Australia 2SER Radio, 27 January 2015
  • Stem cell clinics on trial Austrlian Doctor, 2 February 2015
  • New stroke treatment gives brain repair hope Herald Sun, 3 February 2015
  • Timely stroke treatment Townsville Bulletin, 4 February 2015
  • Brain repair hope Herald Sun, 4 February 2015
  • Future cancer treatments may target DNA ‘organisers’ The Australian, 13 February 2015
  • FANTOM5 project discovers general rules governing how cells change Phys.org, 13 February 2015
  • Discovery of brain pathway could lead to ways to prevent blindness Sydney Morning Herald/ The Age, 17 February 2015
  • Is a loophole in stem cell law helping new therapy to thrive, or allowing dubious science? Sydney Morning Herald/ The Age, 5 April 2015
  • Australian researchers help find new way to regrow heart muscle Sydney Morning Herald, 6 April 2015
  • Heart muscle cells regrow in medical research breakthrough The Guardian, 7 April 2015
  • Helping the heart repair itself after a cardiac arrest: researchers say they’ve worked out how ABC Radio AM, 7 April 2015
  • Scientific breakthrough could give new hope to heart-attack patients SBS, 7 April 2015
  • Stem-cell therapy needs tighter regulation, say experts Australian Financial Review, 8 April 2015
  • We have expertise to make human animal embryos, but should we? The Australian, 7 May 2015
  • Stem cell tourism continues to gain popularity despite the risks Courier Mail, 30 May 2015
  • Stem cell loophole must be closed Australasian Science, 1 June 2015
  • Stem cell therapy dilemma ABC Lateline, 8 June 2015
  • Scientists warn stem cell miracle cure Ny Teknik Sweden, online news 26 June 2015
  • Legal loophole exploited for private stem cell trials The Australian, 11 August 2015
  • Travellling overseas for medical treatment ABC Radio QLD, 13 August 2015
  • Stem cells from human skin turned to kidney tissue The Guardian, 7 October 2015
  • Researchers Grow Kidney-Like Organs in Laboratory Wall Street Journal, 7 October 2015
  • Kidneys in a dish: Melbourne researchers use stem cells to grow tiny organs ABC The World Today, 8 October 2015
  • Lab-grown human kidney a breakthrough for medical researchers Sydney Morning Herald/ The Age, 8 October 2015
  • Stem cell kidneys offer new hope for organ replacement The Australian, 8 October 2015
  • Human kidneys grown in a dish could change the way drugs are tested News.com.au, 8 October 2015
  • How the brain responds to damage ABC Radio National Science Show, 12 October 2015
  • Stem cell experts urge ethical debate over embryo creation ABC News, 13 October 2015
  • Australia’s First Single-Cell Genomics Centre of Excellence Opens at Monash Health Translation Precinct Business Wire, 3 November 2015
  • Professor Perry Bartlett honoured with top biomedical prize ABC PM, 11 November 2015
  • CSL Florey medal recipient Professor Perry Bartlett ABC Online, 11 November 2015
  • Brisbane brain scientist wins award for contribution to ‘last frontier’ Brisbane Times, 11 November 2015
  • How regenerative medicine and the use of stem cells is becoming big business Business Insider, 3 December 2015
2016
Australian doctors urge caution on stem cell therapy for MS SBS 18 January 2016.
New program takes stem out of stem cells The Australian 19 January 2016.
Recipe for tissue repair a skin cell breakthrough Herald Sun 19 January 2016.
Government scientists defend medical research experiments on primates Sydney Morning Herald 4 February 2016.
Stem cell therapy may soon repair damaged hearts SBS 13 February 2016.
Scientists defend use of animals in research ABC Online 16 February 2016.
Proposed ban re-ignites primate research debate Cosmos 24 February 2016.
Scientists correct defective gene in stem cells in fight against rare and deadly ataxia telangiectasia or AT Courier Mail 27 February 2016.
You might find my research using monkeys abhorrent, but it could save your life The Guardian 1 March 2016.
Stem cell therapies are advancing, but will Australian patients be left behind? The Conversation 21 March 2016.
Cross-species organ production report sparks debate about ethical concerns of stem cell science ABC News 21 March 2016.
Personal testimonials lure desperate patients into stem-cell tourism Australian Financial Review 29 March 2016.
UNSW scientists say they have developed tissue ‘repair system’ from human fat cells Sydney Morning Herald 5 April 2016.
Gene-editing poses ethical questions The Saturday Paper 16 April 2016.
Medical research on animals should only occur within regulated ethical framework, writes Assoc Prof James Bourne Herald Sun 4 May 2016.
Sydney biologist Richard Harvey joins Einstein, Newton and Hawking as a Fellow of The Royal Society, London Daily Telegraph 10 May 2016.
Animal rights: an IQ debate ABC Local 11 May 2016.
For he’s a jolly good Fellow. Wentworth Courier.11 May 2016
  • Murdoch Childrens Research Institute celebrates 30 years of saving our children Herald Sun 14 May 2016.
  • Grandmother triggers Australian-first study into deadly SCAD heart disorder ABC Online 1 June 2016.
  • Human organs grown in pigs The Advertiser 7 June 2016.
  • Finding a cure for quadraplegia Woman’s Weekly 1 July 2016.
  • Stem cell and genetic editing may unlock treatments for heart disease Medical Xpress 5 July 2016.
  • Selling the stem cell promise - Background Briefing ABC Radio National 17 July 2016.
  • Stem cells could be used to heal heart attack damage 9News 24 July 2016.
  • Animal testing: Could it ever be banned completely? ABC Online 19 August 2016.
  • Gene editing made simple ABC Catalyst 30 August 2016.
  • The 2016 Eureka Prizes showcases the best in Australian Science The Conversation 31 August 2016.
  • Growing Mini-Brains To Solve Big Problems YouTube TEDxUQ 2 September 2016.
  • Getting the facts on stem cells RRR 4 September 2016.
  • Stem cells grow heart tissue in breakthrough research Brisbane Times 20 September 2016.
  • Stem cell marketer Mikael Wolfe referred to police over ‘predatory approaches to MS, cancer patients ABC Online, 730 Report 20 September 2016.
  • The hard sell of stem cells: we need a better way to protect patients from harm The Conversation 22 September 2016.
  • Melbourne researchers successfully grow blood cells in the laboratory Herald Sun 17 October 2016.
  • Australian stem cell breakthrough provides fresh hope for treating blood cancers NEWS.com.au 17 October 2016.
  • Discussion of Nature Biotech paper by Ng et al. Generation of HOXA+ hemogenic vasculature from human pluripotent stem cells that resembles aorta-gonad-mesonephros. ABC 774 Radio Live Interview. 20 October 2016
  • Making blood ABC Radio National Health Report 24 October 2016.
  • Stem cell therapy Choice 28 October 2016.
  • Monash biomed institute clocks swift result with ‘Mogrify’ The Australian 16 November 2016.
  • Jordan leading the way in stem cell research. SBS Life. 17 November 2016
  • The world’s favourite lab animal has been found wanting, but there are new twists in the mouse’s tale The Economist 24 December 2016.
2017
  • The future of stem cells: tackling hype versus hope The Conversation 29 January 2017
  • Yes there’s hope, but treating spinal injuries with stem cells is not a reality yet The Conversation 06 February 2017
  • What’s the benefit in making human-animal hybrids? The Conversation 02 February 2017
  • The benefit of making human-animal hybrids The Wire 05 February 2017
  • Scientists Tapping into the Healing Power of Zebrafish Nine News
  • Regulators need to protect stem cell promise Cosmos Magazine 17 March 2017
  • Comprehensive Atlas of Long Noncoding RNAs Yields Surprising New Role Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News 03 March 
  • Doctors back unconventional treatment for Multiple Sclerosis ABC 7.30 Report 15 March 2017
  • Scientists create human heart muscle The Courier Mail 17 March 2017
  • Two UQ researchers and German colleagues have created a “beating” human heart muscle from stem cells. ABC News and other media outlets
  • Self-repairing heart tissue breakthrough brings hope for cardiac patients ABC News 17 March 2017
  • Gender equality’s not brain surgery The Courier Mail 08 March 2017
  • How hope drives stem cell tourism ABC Radio National: Life Matters 11 May 2017
  • A trade in desperation: the rise of stem cell tourism Pursuit 11 May 2017
  • Stem cell tourism ABC Melbourne Drive
  • Brain repair ABC Radio National
  • Stem Cell Engineering Qsceptics Brisbane
  • Finding a cure for quadriplegia Women’s Weekly 01 July 2017
  • Private clinics’ peddling of unproven stem cell treatments is unsafe and unethical Business Insider 07 July 2017
  • Private clinics’ peddling of unproven stem cell treatments is unsafe and unethical The Conversation 07 July 2017
  • Experts warn against medical tourism for unproven stem cell treatments Huffington Post 08 July 2017
  • Stem cell therapies: medical experts call for strict international rules The Guardian 06 July 2017
  • US doctors treat man for rare genetic disorder by editing DNA in world first - Includes Australian expert advice. ABC News and other media outlets 16 November 2017
  • Adult brain’s fear centre can grow new cells COSMOS 16 AUGUST 2017
  • Brain discovery could lead to therapy for depression and PTSD Sydney Morning Herald 16 AUGUST 2017
  • Australian brain researchers’ findings could lead to new treatments for depression and PTSD News.com.au 17 AUGUST 2017
  • Newborn babes at heart of life-saving research The Australian 
  • Qld researchers close to discovering how human heart can repair itself Brisbane Times 25 September 2017
  • 3D printer is step towards making kidneys Herald Sun 27 September 2017
  • Researchers use 3D printer to build mini-kidneys 9 News
  • A 3D printer is being used to create models of human kidneys 7 News - Sydney
  • A Revolutionary 3D printer is giving hope to kidney transplant patients Ten Eyewitness News
  • 3D printer hope for transplants is a step closer The Advertiser
  • Macrophages Are the Ultimate Multitaskers The Scientist
  • Finally, unproven stem cell clinic practices might be curtailed The Conversation 27 October 2017
  • Tighter rules for stem cell clinics on the horizon The Limbic 26 October 2017
  • The hard sell of stem cells: we need a better way to protect patients from harm The Conversation 27 October 2017
  • Human Cell Atlas: The plan to map every cell in your body ABC News
  • Matter of life, death: Project to map all human cells Herald Sun
  • Stemming the tide The Skeptic
  • Research papers shed light on decade-long stem cell mystery Phys Org and other science news outlets 07 December 2017
  • Stem cell reprogramming mystery clarified by new findings  SciMex 08 December 2017
  • Kids to the rescue of stroke victims Herald sun 11 December 2017
  • Stem cell reprogramming mystery clarified by new findings News UWA 11 December 2017
  • Optimising exercise for cognitive function in older adults ABC Radio
  • The Gift of Life Channel 10
2018
  • A young Penrith boy with congenital heart disease is now helping scientists find a cure Channel 7 News 04 February 2018
  • Getting a grip on the yuck factor Cosmos 28 February 2018
  • The role of metabolism and memory on reprogramming Stem Cells Australia Website 26 March 2018
  • A new study into the brain has found older people can generate just as many new brain cells as younger people. ABC News Sydney. 06 April 2018
  • Promising drug for motor neurone disease. Ten News. 20 April 2018
  • New hope for sufferers of motor neurone disease after QLD scientists created a treatment for the condition. Seven News 20 April 2018
  • Prof Perry Bartlett says results of new MND drug are very promising. ABC News. 20 April 2018
  • Clinical trials will be held next year on the new drug to help treat motor neurone disease being developed by researchers in Queensland. ABC News Qld  20 April 2018
  • Government Partnership leads to motor neurone disease drug candidate. My Sunshine Coast. 23 April 2018
  • Stem cell advertising crack down on the horizon The Limbic 24 April 2018
  • Discovery Sheds new light on heart chamber formation 7 News and ABC Radio. 16 May 2018
  • Warning over crowdsourced stem cell schemes Cosmos 17 May 2018
  • Dying wish could give patients a new lease on life. Courier Mail. 26 May 2018
  • A fresh opportunity to get regulation and engagement right - the case of synthetic biology The Conversation 06 September 2018
  • Alzheimer’s may NOT be caused by toxic protein clumps killing brain Science Alert and other outlets 08 June 2018
  • At last! Advertising bans for stem call clinics Medical Republic 01 May 2018
  • Australian scientists move a step closer to mending broken hearts 2CC
  • A Mother’s Impossible Choice Channel 7 News 03 June 2018
  • Safety, ethical concerns raised over private stem cell dry eye treatment Insight 06 June 2018
  • The hope (and hype) of stem cells ABC Radio 17 June 2018
  • Baby stem cell hope for hearts Herald Sun
  • ‘Buying hope’: Unproven stem cell treatments facing tighter regulation ABC Radio 26 June 2018
  • The big cell: Unproven stem cell treatments facing tighter regulation ABC 7:30 26 June 2018
  • Calling the Stem Cell Race Cosmos 09 September 2018
  • Children who are blind or suffering congenital heart conditions will benefit from a Federal Government funding boost into stem cell research. 9 News 01 August 2018
  • Chinese Scientists Create Mice With Same - Sex parents News MSN 12 October 2018
  • Cloning Monkeys ABC News
  • Could lab - grown human minibrains help treat Alzheimer’s and epilepsy? SMH
  • Could Men Become Obsolete? Mouse pups with same-sex parents created by Chinese scientists Newsweek 11 October 2018
  • Elixir for everything? Private stem cell clinics, hope, hype and horror ABC Radio 08 July 2018
  • Kidney Advance a Step Toward Personalised Medicine Herald Sun 05 December 2018
  • Kidney disease: The ‘silent killer’ blindsiding Australians The News Daily 18 March 2018
  • Kidney in lab a bit closer Herald Sun 23 May 2018
  • Male of species approaching use-by date The Daily Examiner + 12 other syndicated papers across Au 12 October 20018
  • Mice with two mums raise many questions Cosmos 12 October 2018
  • Mini organs from stem cells used to uncover kidney disease Herald Sun
  • Monkey see, monkey 2: Scientists clone monkeys using technique that created Dolly the sheep CNN 25 January 2018
  • Monkeys have been cloned in a lab in China and humans could be next ABC News 26 January 2018
  • NSW government to give $150 million to cardiovascular disease research The Age 02 June 2018
  • NSW government to give $150 million to cardiovascular disease research SMH 02 June 2018
  • NSW government to give $150 million to cardiovascular disease research ABC Radio 02 June 2018
  • Patient Leaflet Informs About Stem Cell Treatment MiVision 21 June 2018
  • Two patients cured of blindness with new stem cell treatment Herald Sun 26 June 2018
  • Unproven stem cell treatment prompts RANZCO warning Insight 27 June 2018
  • Queensland research breakthrough to treat muscle disease, slow ageing Sydney Morning Herald
  • Same-sex mice reproduce via gene editing LabOnline 15 October 2018
  • Stem cell advertising crack down on the horizon The Limbic
  • Stem cell breakthrough as scientists develop mini kidney Ten News 23 May 2018
  • Stem cell kidney gives hope to sufferers SBS 23 May 2018
  • Stem cell kidneys 7 News 23 May 2018
  • Stem Cell Research - The Facts Audioboom
  • Stem cell therapies often not the wonder treatment they may seem The Australia 15 November 2018
  • Stem Cell Therapy GP Show 01 May 2018
  • Stem cells can help us ‘build a human heart in a dish’ — but what are they, really? ABC Radio 21 September 2018
  • The Drawing Room - Stem Cells ABC Radio 02 July 2018
  • These mice have brains that are part human. So are they mice, or men? ABC Radio 30 July 2018
  • Warning over crowdsourced stem cell schemes Cosmos 17 May 2018
  • We May Have Been Wrong About What Kills Brain Cells in Alzheimer’s Disease Science Alert 07 June 2018
  • What are we doing to our dogs Pursuit 03 October 2018
  • A Mother’s Impossible Choice 7 News and 4 other outlets. 03 June 2018
  • Challenges and opportunities for women in science and tech Women Love Tech
  • Leo Henricks who has hypoplastic left heart (HLH) and his participation in study in Harvey laboratory modelling HLH in pluripotent stem cells. 7 news and 12 other outlets
  • Mission Massimo ABC 4 Corners. 21 May 2018
  • NAXD deficiency Herald Sun and ABC Radio
  • Newborns’ stem cells bring hope for hearts. Herald Sun 13 November 2018
  • Podcast- Depression and anxiety - what happens in the brain? A Grey Matter
  • Queensland research breakthrough to treat muscle disease, slow ageing. Brisbane Times 10 December 2018
  • Stem cell research given $3 million funding boost Insight 31 July 2018
  • Stem cell research given $3 million funding boost 9 News 31 July 2018
  • Stem cell science and mini-kidneys in a dish ABC Radio 23 May 2018
  • The big step 60 Minutes. 19 August 2018
  • The Conversation Hour: Stem cell pioneers Doug Melton, Michele De Luca, and Caroline Gargett ABC Radio
  • When will Stem Cells Save lives? 2SM News

2019
  • Green light for grow-your-own kidney Gold Coast Bulletin, Adelaide Now, Townsville Bulletin, Daily Telegraph Australia, The Mercury, Northern Territory News Cairns Post, Brisbane Courier-Mail on, Geelong Advertiser, Herald Sun, 06 January 2019
  • Support for research to develop kidneys from stem cells Publicnow.com, Miragenews.com 07 January 2019
  • Funding boost for project developing kidneys from stem cells Seven News, The Project Channel 10, Publicnow.com, Miragenews.com, 3AW, Melbourne, Channel 10, Sky News, 5AA, 3AW, Herald Sun, Adelaide Now, Cairns Post, The Mercury, Gold Coast Bulletin, Townsville Bulletin, Brisbane Courier-Mail, Geelong Advertiser, Daily Telegraph Australia, Northern Territory News,  07 January 2019
  • Interview with Professor Melissa Little 3AW, Melbourne, ABC News, Melbourne, Mornings 07 January 2019
  • Report by Stephanie Zillman. Aboriginal people, the elderly, and those with multiple health issues are often eliminated as candidates for a transplant ABC, Sydney 08 January 2018
  • Fellows receive international awards and NHMRC grant Greg Hunt at science.org.au 13 January 2019
  • Australia: Support for research to develop kidneys from stem cells MarketWatch 14 January 2019
  • Kidney failing? Grow a new one dailybulletin.com.au 11 February 2019
  • Nicotine may harm embryos, even if you're not smoking it AusSMC/SciMex, The Australian, Australian Science Channel, ABC Radio, Cosmos magazine 01 March 2019
  • International Women's Day 2019: 'My Brilliant Career' Pursuit 08 March 2019
  • Funding to advance research into stem-cell based therapies miragenews.com 13 March 2019
  • Heart regeneration drugs: world-first test on bio-engineered hearts. Courier Mail 28 March 2019
  • Thousands of tiny hearts grown in lab to better test new drugs Brisbane Times 29 March 2019
  • Heart regeneration ABC News 29 March 2019
  • POWERING THE FUTURE OF WOMEN IN STEM Are you, or do you know, a woman with a passion for science, engineering, technology or maths (STEM)? Elle Australia 01 April 2019
  • Reprogramming cells for kidney repair publicnow.com, 14 April 2019
  • ISN awards nephrology community at WCN’19  International Society of Nephrology 23 April 2019
  • Organovo Updates Key Clinical Development Goals; Company Reports Preliminary Fiscal Fourth-Quarter 2019 Results Morningstar.com, Benzinga.com, usalifesciences.com 23 Mar 2019
  • Organovo Collaborates With MCRI and Leiden University Medical Center to Develop Stem Cell-Based Bioprinted Tissue Treatments | Investing News Network, investingnews, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, thevy.com, Morningstar.com, marketscreener.com, Business Insider, 31 May 2019
  • US collaboration to build human kidney The Australian 31 May 2019
  • Women in Mathematics  ABC Radio Sydney Myf Warhurst 29 August 2019
  • Heart studies turbocharged by $15m in research grant. Sydney Morning Herald 03 September 2019
  • Unproven stem cell treatments provide expensive last resort in families' search for hope ABC News 18 September 2019
Stem Cells Australia Conference Presentations:
  • Abeygunawardena, D., Poster presentation Cell fate and function decisions of cardiac CFU-Fs, Stem Cells Australia Retreat.
  • Abeygunawardena, D., Poster presentation Cell fate decisions of cardiac CFU-Fs, ANZSCDB NSW Cell and Developmental Biology Meeting, School of Medical Sciences, University of New South Wales.
  • Abeygunawardena, D., Poster presentation Comparison of atrial and ventricular cCFU-Fs, insights for better cell therapy approaches for cardiac regeneration, Joint 10th Biennial Australasian Gene and Cell Therapy Society and Australasian Society for Stem Cell Research Annual Scientific Meeting.
  • Abeygunawardena, D., Poster presentation Comparison of atrial and ventricular mesenchymal stem cells – abstract published, NHLBI Symposium on Cardiovascular Regenerative Medicine,.
  • Abeygunawardena, D., Poster and Oral presentation Gene regulatory network governing the epicardial identity of cMSCs, Joint meeting of the Australasian Society for Stem Cell Research, Stem Cells Australia and the New South Wales Stem Cell Network 2015.
  • Abeygunawardena, D., Poster presentation Lineage commitment of cardiac MSCs, SCA Cardiac Theme Meeting 2015.
  • Alaei-Shehni, S., Poster Presentation Changes of the chromatin state during reprogramming, Australian Regenerative Medicine Institute Retreat, 2014.
  • Alaei-Shehni, S., Poster Presentation Changes of the chromatin state during reprogramming, Cell Reprogramming Australia (CRA), 2014.
  • Alaei-Shehni, S., Poster Presentation Dynamics of the chromatin state during reprogramming, Australian Society for Stem Cell Research (ASSCR), 2014.
  • Alaei-Shehni, S., Poster Presentation Rescue of refractory cells during reprogramming, ASSCR conference, 2013.
  • Alaei-Shehni, S., Poster Presentation The M3 reverse transcriptional transactivator enhances the reprogramming efficiency of the OKSM mouse model, International Society of Stem Cell Research (ISSCR), 2015.
  • Alaei-Shehni, S., Poster Presentation Transcriptional events and chromatin modifications during reprogramming, Asian Conference of Transcription (ACT), 2014.
  • Asli, N., Invited Speaker Cardiac stem cell transitions tuned by integrated metabolic and cell cycle regulatory pathways, Royan Stem Cell Institute 2014.
  • Asli, N., Invited Speaker Cell cycle and metabolism at the heart of cardiac regeneration, 23rd ASMR NSW Annual Scientific Meeting 2015.
  • Asli, N., Poster Presentation PDGF as the key signalling molecule mediating state transitions in cardiac MSCs: Intersection of EMT, metabolism and cell cycle regulation, 7th Garvan Signaling Symposium 2014.
  • Asli, N., Invited Speaker PDGF-mediated metabolic drive as a novel cell cycle regulatory pathway in cardiac mesenchymal stem cells, 15th Australian Cell Cycle Meeting 2015.
  • Asli, N., Oral presentation Tuned transition of cardiac stem cells: Intersection of signalling pathways and metabolic state, 14th Hunter Meeting 2014.
  • Bandhavkar, S., Oral presentation Extracellular matrix remodeling regulates adult hippocampal neurogenesis and modulates behavior, EMBO workshop- Molecular neuroscience: From genes to circuits in health and Disease (2019).
  • Bartlett, P., Invited Speaker -, Advanced Studies Program in Science (ASPinS) and the Faculty of Science.
  • Bartlett, P., Invited Speaker -, ADC Leadership Retreat 2012.
  • Bartlett, P., Invited Speaker Activation of different neurogenic precursor populations in the hippocampus, 19th Biennial Meeting of the International Society for Developmental Neuroscience (ISDN 2012).
  • Bartlett, P., Invited Speaker Activation of different neurogenic precursor populations in the hippocampus, 12th Hunter Meeting, 2012.
  • Bartlett, P., Invited Speaker Activation of different neurogenic precursor populations in the hippocampus: potential for dementia and depression therapies, 2012 Australia-China Symposium on Healthy Ageing: New Approaches from Genomics, Stem Cells and Smart Technologies, 2012.
  • Bartlett, P., Invited Speaker Activation of different neurogenic precursor populations in the hippocampus: potential for dementia and depression therapy, Garvan Institute of Medical Research, University of New South Wales.
  • Bartlett, P., Invited Speaker Activation of different neurogenic precursor populations in the hippocampus: potential for dementia and depression therapy, RMIT Health Innovations Research Institute (HIRI), 2011.
  • Bartlett, P., Invited Speaker Activation of different neurogenic precursor populations in the hippocampus: potential for dementia and depression therapy, 2nd Japan-Australia Joint Symposium, 2011.
  • Bartlett, P., Invited Speaker Activation of different neurogenic precursor populations in the hippocampus: potential for dementia and depression therapy, Australia-France Joint Symposium on Health Sciences and Biomedicine.
  • Bartlett, P., Invited Speaker Activation of different neurogenic precursor populations in the hippocampus: potential for dementia and depression therapy, NHMRC 75th Anniversary Symposium – Research for a Healthy Future, 2011.
  • Bartlett, P., Invited Speaker Activation of different neurogenic precursor populations in the hippocampus: potential for dementia and depression therapy, Second Joint Symposium on Systems Neurosciences, Queensland Brain Institute and Munich Center for Neurosciences, 2012.
  • Bartlett, P., Invited Speaker Activation of different neurogenic precursor populations in the hippocampus: Potential for restoring function in disease like dementia, 6th FAONS Congress and 11th Biennial Conference of the Chinese Neuroscience Society (CNS)..
  • Bartlett, P., Invited Speaker Activation of different neurogenic precursor populations in the hippocampus: potential for restoring function in diseases like dementia, 6th Annual Meeting of the Australasian Society for Stem Cell Research (ASSCR), 2013.
  • Bartlett, P., Invited Speaker Adding new neurons to the adult hippocampus: How is it regulated and what is its function?, 2014 Melbourne Brain Symposium.
  • Bartlett, P., Invited guest speaker Annual Clem Jones Oration, Lion’s Club of Brisbane Metropolitan 7th Clem Jones Oration.
  • Bartlett, P., Invited Speaker Distinct neurogenic stem cell populations in the hippocampus: How are they regulated and what are their functions?, Australasian Winter Conference on Brain Research (AWCBR), 2012.
  • Bartlett, P., Invited Speaker Exercise ‘sweet spot’ reverses learning deficits in aged animals by stimulation of hippocampal neurogenesis, International Neural Transplantation and Repair Meeting, 2017.
  • Bartlett, P., Invited Speaker Exercise reverses cognitive deficits of ageing by growth hormone-induced neurogenesis, 14th International Conference on Neurotrophic Factors, 2018.
  • Bartlett, P., Public Lecture How neuroscience is transforming our understanding and treatment of brain disease, The Menzies Research Institute, 2014.
  • Bartlett, P., Invited Speaker How the brain learns, Peter Doherty Lecture Series, Indooroopilly State High School, 2011.
  • Bartlett, P., Invited Guest Speaker Lion’s Club of Brisbane Metropolitan 7th Clem Jones Oration, Lion’s Club of Brisbane Metropolitan 7th Clem Jones Oration, 2018.
  • Bartlett, P., Invited Speaker Neuroplasticity, Queensland’s Supreme Court Bench.
  • Bartlett, P., Invited Opening / Keynote Speaker Opening Ceremony Leadership Speech, 3rd Minimally Invasive Neurosurgery in Pengcheng City Summit between Australia and China – Symposium on Scientific Research about Brain Science, 2018.
  • Bartlett, P., Invited Speaker Physical exercise improves cognitive deficits observed in normally aged mice, 2014 A+PD Symposium.
  • Bartlett, P., The Eccles Lecture Producing new neurons in the adult brain: How is it regulated and what is the use?, Australian Neuroscience Society Meeting, 2014.
  • Bartlett, P., Invited Speaker Promoting Neurogenesis to treat Dementia, Second National Symposium on Translational Psychiatry, 2013.
  • Bartlett, P., Invited Speaker Pursuing Michael Edidin’s fascination into the brain and finding stem cells, John Hopkins University Memorial Ceremony 2016.
  • Bartlett, P., Invited Speaker Regulating neurogenic precursors in the hippocampus may reverse cognitive impairment in aged animals, China Symposium on Neuroscience 2015.
  • Bartlett, P., Invited Speaker Regulation and function of neurogenesis in the adult hippocampus, South University of Science and Technology of China 2015.
  • Bartlett, P., Invited Speaker Research translation and broader implications, Stem Cells Australia Annual Retreat 2016.
  • Bartlett, P., Invited Speaker Seminar on Exercise and Healthy Brain Aging Trial, UQ MBA Commercialisation Practice Course Seminar 2019.
  • Bartlett, P., Invited Speaker Stimulating nerve actions with light, Symposium on Medical Imaging Technologies: Virtual anatomies: The cultural impact of new medical imaging technologies, 2011.
  • Bartlett, P., Invited Speaker Stimulation of latent neurogenic stem cells in the hippocampus, 1st QBI-MCN Symposium.
  • Bartlett, P., Invited Speaker Stimulation of latent neurogenic stem cells in the hippocampus: New therapies for dementia and depression, Joint Japan-Australia-New Zealand Symposium “Building a Functional Brain” ANS Satellite Meeting, 2011.
  • Bartlett, P., Invited Speaker The many facets of dementia, Statewide Dementia Clinical Network Forum, 2013.
  • Bartlett, P., Session Chair The systemic response to SCI and other forms of CNS injury, SpinalCure’s 3rd Symposium on Frontiers in Spinal Cord Injury Research, 2018.
  • Bartlett, P., Invited speaker UQ MBA Commercialisation Practice Course Seminar, UQ Business School.
  • Bartlett, P., Invited Keynote Speaker , 3rd Annual University of Queensland Medical Society (UQMS) Research Colloquium, 2011.
  • Binder, M., Poster , European Neuroglia.
  • Blackmore, D., Session speaker presentation An exercise ‘sweet spot’ reverses cognitive deficits of ageing by growth hormone-induced neurogenesis, Australasian Neuroscience Society Annual Meeting.
  • Blackmore, D., Symposium presentation N/A, Public Dementia Forum.
  • Blackmore, D., Symposium presentation Physical exercise and the Ageing Murine Brain, UQ Biology of Ageing Symposium, 2019.
  • Blackmore, D., Invited Speaker Physical exercise improves learning in aged animals, (Public Science Lecture) Logan Aged Carers Group.
  • Blackmore, D., Invited Symposium Speaker Physical exercise improves learning in aged animals, Queenstown MedScience 2018.
  • Blackmore, D., Invited Symposium presentation Physical exercise improves learning in the aged brain in a GH-dependent manner, FASEB GH conference in Health and Disease, 2019.
  • Blackmore, D., Invited Symposium presentation The effect of exercise on the aged brain, National Dementia Conference, 2019.
  • Blackmore, D., Invited Speaker The effect of physical exercise on the ageing murine brain, (Scientific Lecture) Alzheimer’s Queensland Dementia Education Forum.
  • Blackmore, D., Invited Speaker The effect of physical exercise on the ageing murine brain, Statewide Dementia Clinical Network, The Queensland Brain Institute.
  • Boghdadi, A., Poster Peripheral macrophage infiltration post-stroke in the primate is attenuated by reactive astrocytes through NogoA-LILRB2 mediated signalling, SFN.
  • Bourne, J., Keynote Development of pulvino-cortical circuits: implications for behaviours and disorders, JNS.
  • Bourne, J., Keynote The role of thalamocortical circuits in neocortical development and associated dysfunction, APCV.
  • Bourne, J., Poster , SFN.
  • Chen, J., Invited Speaker Establishing novel enhanced differentiation protocols of human pluripotent stem cells into various cell lineages using the predictive computational framework, Mogrify, SCDMDD -Stem Cells in Disease Modelling and Drug Discovery.
  • Chen, J., Speaker Selected from abstract Using a predictive computational algorithm to establish a universal transcription factor enhanced differentiation framework, ISSCR.
  • Chen, X., presentation Perspectives for the scale-up of production of pluripotent human embryonic stem cells through the incorporation of thermoresponsive polymer components, SCCS Symposium 2016.
  • Chen, X., presentation Perspectives for the scale-up of production of pluripotent human embryonic stem cells through the incorporation of thermoresponsive polymer components, Bioprocessing Technology Institute 2016.
  • Chen, X., poster Perspectives for the scale-up production of pluripotent human embryonic stem cells through the incorporation of thermoresponsive polymer components, ISSCR 2016.
  • Chong, J., Invited presentation “Modulating myocardial infarct matrix with PDGF”, 6th Annual Australian Network of Cardiac and Vascular Developmental Biologists, Symposium, Melbourne, VIC, Australia.
  • Chong, J., Invited presentation Cardiac Repair: Factors, Fibroblasts and Telomerase”, Institute for Stem Cells and Regenerative Medicine.
  • Chong, J., Invited presentation From Basic Cardiac Regeneration to Clinical Application, American Heart Association, Scientific Sessions,.
  • Chong, J., Panelist , 1st Cardiovascular Olympiad.
  • Chung,TL.,  Direct Reprogramming to Blood Stem Cells, Cell Reprogramming Australia 2nd Annual meeting 2014.
  • Conquest, A., Poster Monolayer culture of human pluripotent stem cell-derived phototreceptors from three-dimensional optic cup organoids., ISSCR 2018.
  • Cooper-White, J., Keynote acromolecule Addition Substantially Changes the Flow Behaviour and Injectability of Concentrated Mesenchymal Cell Suspensions, 17th International Congress on Rheology 2016.
  • Cooper-White, J., Oral Chondro-inductive injectable hydrogels for stem cell-based intervertebraldisc tissue engineering, 10th World Biomaterials Conference 2016.
  • Cooper-White, J., Plenary Directing stem cell fates for regenerative medicine applications, 6th Malaysian Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine Scientific Meeting (MTERMS) 2016.
  • Cooper-White, J., Plenary Driving stem cell behaviours using directive biomaterials for controlled delivery and tissue genesis, 20th Anniversary International Symposium of the Korean Society for Biomaterials 2016.
  • Cooper-White, J., Keynote Human Kidney Organogenesis from Pluripotent Stem Cells on a Chip, 16th International Conference on Biomedical Engineering 2016.
  • Cooper-White, J., Invited Lecture Microfluidic-Enabled Screening of Kidney Organogenesis,, 5th Micro and Nano Flows Conference 2016.
  • Cooper-White, J., Keynote Mimicking developmental drivers of tissue-specific commitment in perivascular stem cells for musculoskeletal tissue generation, Regenerative Medicine and Stem Cells Satellite symposia, QRW 2016.
  • Cooper-White, J., Invited Lecture Modulation of focal adhesion dynamics and maturation by nanospaced adhesive peptide domains regulates Rho/Rac signalling in mesenchymal stem cells, ComBio 2017.
  • Cooper-White, J., Keynote Lecture Next generation microdevices for applications in developmental biology and regenerative medicine, 7th Australia and New Zealand Nano-Microfluidics Symposium 2016.
  • Cooper-White, J., Keynote Release the Wolverine: Target - Reprogramming, ASSCR 2017.
  • Cooper-White, J., Oral Targeted direct reprogramming for improved function post AMI, The Victor Chang Cardiac Research Institute 17th International Symposium & Princesses 2016.
  • Cooper-White, J., Oral , Society for Biological Engineering Stem Cell Engineering conference 2014.
  • Cooper-White, J., Invited talk , AusMedtech 2014.
  • Cooper-White, J., Invited talk , Microscopy at UQ.
  • Cooper-White, J., Invited Talk , University of Washington 2014.
  • Cooper-White, J., Keynote talk , CSC2014.
  • Cooper-White, J., Invited talk and Co chair of session , World Biomechanics Congress 2014.
  • Cooper-White, J., Invited talk , SuTen Meeting 2014.
  • Cooper-White, J., Keynote talk , ANZBM 2014.
  • Cooper-White, J., Keynote speaker , Joint Royal Society of Chemistry / Unilever China Symposia 2014.
  • Cooper-White, J., Keynote speaker , Termis AP 2014.
  • Cooper-White, J., Invited Speaker , Combio 2014.
  • Cooper-White, J., Keynote Speaker , ANZ Matrix Biology Meeting 2014.
  • Cooper-White, J., Plenary Speaker , 4th TERMIS World Conference 2015.
  • Cooper-White, J., Keynote , 5th Asian Biomaterials Conference 2015.
  • Cooper-White, J., Invited Speaker , Rejuvenation Biotechnology Conference 2015.
  • Cooper-White, J., Invited Speaker , APCChE Congress 2015.
  • Cooper-White, J., Invited Speaker , SPIE (international society for optics and photonics) meeting 2015.
  • Cornwell, J, Invited speaker Modelling intrinsic and extrinsic control of single cell fates, SCA Cardiac Theme Meeting 2015.
  • Daniszewski, M., Invited Speaker (representing Pébay who could not attend) Using patient-specific induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs) to model retinal disease, Select Biosciences- Stem cells and antibodies in drug discovery Europe 2018.
  • Daniszewski, M., Poster Human induced pluripotent stem cells in glaucoma modelling with a robotic platform, ISSCR 2018.
  • Daniszewski, M., Poster Refining retinal ganglion cell (RGC) differentiation from human pluripotent stem cells., ARVO Annual Meeting, 2018.
  • Daniszewski, M., Invited speaker Using induced pluripotent stem cells to model primary open-angle glaucoma, 34th congress of Asia Pacific Academy of Ophthalmology.
  • Davidson, K., Poster presentation Engineering nonhuman primate stem cells with clinically relevant functional elements to develop a cell therapy for stroke, 2018 ISSCR Annual Meeting.
  • de Luzy, I., Invited speaker Improving cell therapy for clinical translation in Parkinson’s disease, SCA retreat.
  • de Luzy, I., Abstract-selected oral presentation Isolation of LMX1a ventral midbrain progenitors improves the safety and predictability of human pluripotent stem cell-derived neural transplants in Parkinsonian Disease, ISSCR.
  • Denham, M., oral presentations , 11th Biennial Meeting of the Asian Pacific Society for Neurochemistry and 55th Annual Meeting of the Japanese Society for Neurochemistry 2012.
  • Dewi, U., Poster Defining protective responses of human micro-lenses to cataract initiating factors, 2019 Joint Scientific Meeting: ASSCR-AGCTS-ISCT.
  • Di Girolamo, N., Oral A transgenic biosensor mouse for studying corneal homeostasis, wound healing and limbal stem cell deficiency., RANZCO-2019.
  • Di Girolamo, N., Oral A transgenic biosensor mouse for studying corneal homeostasis, wound-healing and limbal stem cell deficiency., 2019 31st Biennial Cornea Conference. Harvard Medical School, Boston..
  • Dorison, A., Moderated Poster Unravelling cardiac PDGFRa+ cell fate in diseased heart using single cell RNA-Seq, OZ Single Cell Meeting 2018.
  • Dorison, A., Poster Unravelling cardiac PDGFRa+ cell fate in diseased heart using single cell RNA-Seq, Sydney Cardiovascular Symposium 2018.
  • Dorison, A., Oral Presentation Unravelling the fate of cardiac PDGFRa+ cells in healthy and injured mouse hearts using single cell RNA-Seq, St Vincent’s Research and Postdoctoral Symposium 2018.
  • Dorison, A., Poster Unravelling the fate of cardiac PDGFRA+ cells in healthy and injured mouse hearts using single cell RNA-Seq., International Society of Stem Cell Research Congress 2018.
  • Dottori, M., oral presentations , The 111th Seminar for Institute for Integrated Cell-Material Sciences 2012.
  • Elefanty, A., Invited speaker Differentiation of Mesodermal Lineages from Human Embryonic Stem Cells, Stem Cell Society of Singapore.
  • Elefanty, A., Invited Seminar Dissection of human haematopoiesis from pluripotent stem cells, Washington University.
  • Elefanty, A., Poster Modeling the earliest events in acute myeloid leukaemia using human pluripotent stem cell differentiation, ISEH.
  • Elefanty, A., Invited speaker Modelling human development using embryonic stem cells, Stem Cells & Aging Symposium.
  • Elefanty, A., Invited speaker Using embryonic stem cells to model human development, International Society for Differentiation.
  • Elliot, D., Invited talk Human Pluripotent stem cells models of heart development and disease, Keystone Symposia, Cardiac Development Regeneration and Repair.
  • Elliot, D., Invited talk Role of BMPRII signalling in pulmonary arterial hypertension, Victor Chang 17th Annual Symposium/Australian Network of Cardiovascular Developmental Biologists.
  • Elliot, D.,  , Australian Network Cardiovascular Developmental Biology.
  • Elliot, D.,  , High Blood Pressure Research Council Australia.
  • Elliott, DA., Local Organising Committee ANCVDB 2018, Australian Network of Cardiac and Vascular Developmental Biologists.
  • Elliott, DA., Invited Speaker Human pluripotent stem cell models of heart development., COMBIO.
  • Fahd, S., Oral Views and practices of Australian GPs in the management of people’s pursuit of unproven stem cell treatments, ISSCR.
  • Farbehi, N., Poster Presentation Analysis of Adult Cardiac CFU-F Differentiation Pedigrees by Single Cell Transcriptomics, ASSCR/ISCT 2014 meeting.
  • Farbehi, N., Invited Speaker Analysis of adult cardiac CFU-Fs heterogeneity by single cell transcriptomics, Australian Society for Stem Cell Research 2016.
  • Farbehi, N., Poster presentation High throughput single cell RNA-Seq of cardiac total interstitial cells reveals novel populations in heart, 25th Annual St. Vincent’s Research Symposium 2017.
  • Farbehi, N., Organiser and presenter Microfluidics Workshop, Oz Single Cell 2018.
  • Farbehi, N., Invited speaker Quantifying cellular heterogeneity for tissue repair using single cell RNA seq, ISCT 2018 Meeting.
  • Farbehi, N., Invited Speaker Single cell RNA-seq analysis of the cardiac PDGFRa+cells reveals novel populations through homeostasis and disease, AGTA Conference 2017.
  • Farbehi, N., Invited Speaker Single cell transcriptional analysis of the cardiac stroma through homeostasis and disease, Oz Single Cells Meeting 2017.
  • Farbehi, N., Poster presentation Single cell transcriptomic analysis of cardiac PDGFRa+ cells reveals novel populations in healthy and diseased heart, Joint Meeting of ASSCR and NSCFA 2017.
  • Farbehi, N., Poster Single-cell expression profiling reveals distinct sub-populations in the cardiac stroma through homeostasis and injury response, International Society of Stem Cell Research Congress 2018.
  • Farbehi, N., Poster Single-cell expression profiling reveals the dynamics of stromal, vascular and immune cells in cardiac homeostasis and injury, OZ Single Cell 2018.
  • Farbehi, N., Poster presentation Unravelling cellular composition of healthy and diseased heart, Stem Cells Australia Annual Retreat (An Australian Research Council special initiative in stem cell science 2017.
  • Fedim MNI, Oral presentation RUNX1-ETO induction alters the epigenetic landscape and growth of a specific population of human embryonic myeloid progenitors, ISEH.
  • Firas, J., Poster Influence of gender on the generation of mouse induced pluripotent stem cells, International Society of Stem Cell Research, 2013.
  • Firas, J., Poster Influence of gender on the generation of mouse induced pluripotent stem cells, Australian Society for Medical Research, 2013.
  • Firas, J., Poster Influence of gender on the generation of mouse induced pluripotent stem cells, 2013 Inaugural Annual CRA Collaborative Conference, Frontiers in Cell Reprogramming.
  • Fonoudi, H., Oral Presentation Dissecting molecular causation of hypoplastic left heart syndrome using induced pluripotent stem cells, ANZSCDB Meeting.
  • Fonoudi, H., Poster Hypoplastic left heart syndrome: complex genetics, shared pathogenic pathway, International Society of Stem Cell Research Congress.
  • Fonoudi, H., Oral Presentation Unraveling common pathogenic pathways underlying the formation of hypoplastic left heart syndrome, ComBio 2018 Meeting.
  • Forrest, A., Invited speaker 3 problems in single cell analysis, MBSJ2019.
  • Forrest, A., Invited speaker Assessing bias in dissociated tissue single cell workflows, HCA-Asia.
  • Forrest, A., Invited speaker Mapping regulatory elements of skeletal muscle disease genes, Genemappers2019.
  • Forrest, A., Invited presentation Medical transcriptomics, moving towards single cell profiling, Invited Seminar, Nanfang University Hospital.
  • Forrest, A., Chair N/A, Human Genome Meeting 2019.
  • Forrest, A., Invited speaker WA cancer single cell initiative, Cell single cell 2019.
  • Forrest, A., Invited speaker WA cancer single cell initiative, Human Cell Atlas-Asia.
  • Forte, E., Organisation and Invited speaker Chase and trace cardiac MSCs function, SCA Cardiac Theme Meeting 2015.
  • Forte, E., Presentation - New Investigator Travel Award Physiological Role of Adult Cardiac Colony-forming Unit Fibroblasts, BCVS 2015.
  • Forte, E., Poster Presentation and Fast-Forward Presentation Physiological role of endogenous adult cardiac colony-forming unit fibroblasts, St Vincent’s Campus Research Symposium 2015.
  • Frausin, S., Poster Specification of motor neuron subpopulations from human pluripotent stem cells & their transplantation, ISSCR.
  • Friedman, C., Invited Speaker The transcriptional landscape of cardiac differentiation at single cell resolution, Weinstein Cardiovascular Development and Regeneration Annual Meeting.
  • Gantner, C., Invited speaker S, Network of the European CNS Transplantation and Repair meeting (NECTAR).
  • Gantner, C., Invited speaker Tracking and promoting the plasticity of human pluripotent stem cell derived dopamine grafts in Parkinson’s disease, Asia-Pacific Association for Neural Transplantation & Repair (APANTR).
  • Gardner, DK., Invited Keynote lecture Biomarkers of viability, IVI International Congress of IVF (2015).
  • Gardner, DK., Invited Speaker Blastocyst metabolism, World Congress on Reproductive Biology; Aug 2014.
  • Gardner, DK., Invited Culture media: What’s in them and why, Alpha, 11th Biennial Conference (2016).
  • Gardner, DK., Invited Keynote lecture Diagnosis of embryo viability, Taiwanese Society for Reproductive Medicine (2015).
  • Gardner, DK., Invited Keynote lecture; Embryo culture and selection, Japanese Society of Assisted Reproduction (2015).
  • Gardner, DK., Invited Keynote lecture Laboratory on a chip in ART, Turkish Society of Clinical Embryology (2015).
  • Gardner, DK., Plenary Metabolepigenetic control of development, American Society of Reproductive Medicine (2017).
  • Gardner, DK., Plenary Metabolepigenetic control of development, Society for the Study of Reproduction (2018).
  • Gardner, DK., Invited, co-chair Metabolism in signalling and determination of viability, The 3rd Biomarkers Meeting in Reproductive Medicine (2016).
  • Gardner, DK., Keynote Metabolism of human embryos and stem cells, ASPIRE, (2017).
  • Gardner, DK., Invited Metabolism: So much more than ATP, Oxford University (2015).
  • Gardner, DK., Plenary Metaboloepigenetics, Alpha, the International Association of Clinical Embryology (2018).
  • Gardner, DK., Invited Non-invasive profiling of embryos, Alpha Symposium (2016).
  • Gardner, DK., Invited The media we use, The 18th Chongqing ART Conference (2016).
  • Gardner, DK., Invited The road to single embryo transfer, Controversies in Obstetrics and Gynaecology (2016).
  • Gardner, DK., Keynote speaker , Pacific Rim Society for Fertility & Sterility (2011).
  • Gardner, DK., FSA prize speaker , European Society for Human Reproduction & Embryology (2011).
  • Gardner, DK., Post-grad Course presenter , American Society for Reproductive Medicine (2011).
  • Gardner, DK., Keynote , Fertility Society of Japan (2011).
  • Gardner, DK., Plenary , The 1st Biomarker Meeting in Reproductive Medicine (2012).
  • Gardner, DK., Plenary , Alpha, Scientists in Reproductive Medicine, 9th Biennial Conference (2012).
  • Gardner, DK., Keynote , Chongqing ART Conference (2013).
  • Gardner, DK.,  , Society for Scientists in Assisted Reproductive Technologies (2013).
  • Gardner, DK., Ian Johnston Memorial Lecture , Fertility Society of Australia (2013).
  • Gardner, DK., Plenary , 15th Chongqing ART Conference (2013).
  • Gardner, DK., Co-chair , The 2nd Biomarker Meeting in Reproductive Medicine (2014).
  • Gardner, DK., Scientific Chair , Alpha, 10th Biennial Conference (2014).
  • Gardner, DK.,  , World Congress of Reproductive Biology (2014).
  • Gardner, DK.,  , American Society for Reproductive Medicine (2014).
  • Glass, N., Oral Next Generation Biomicrodevices for HTP Screening Applications in Developmental Biology and Regenerative Medicine, Functional High Throughput Technologies Australia 2016.
  • Graham, RM., Oral presentation Cardiomyocytes replicate and their numbers increase in young hearts, Stem Cells Australia Annual Retreat 2016.
  • Grubman, A., Speaker selected from Abstract Distinct microglial subtypes in Alzheimer’s disease mice, Stem Cells in Drug discovery and disease modelling satellite meeting.
  • Grubman, A., Speaker selected from Abstract Plaque phagocytosis regulates microglial diversity in Alzheimer’s disease, NNIDR Australian Dementia Forum (June 2018).
  • Hallen, S., Keystone Symposium Control of Human Pluripotent Stem Cell Fate with Advanced Biomaterial Systems, Engineering Cell Fate and Function / Stem Cells and Reprogramming 2014.
  • Harkness, L., poster 3D neuronal differentiation: using a thermo-responsive polymer for expansion and release of differentiated hESC, EMBO/EMBL 2016.
  • Harkness, L., poster 3D neuronal differentiation: using a thermo-responsive polymer for expansion and release of differentiated hESC, European society for gene and cell therapy (ESGCT)/ISSCR 2016.
  • Harkness, L., poster Methods and analysis of pluripotency markers and cell viability in hESC cultured as 3D aggregates, ISSCR 2016.
  • Harkness, L., presentation METHODS AND ANALYSIS OF PLURIPOTENCY MARKERS AND CELL VIABILITY IN hESC CULTURED AS 3D AGGREGATES, Cell and Gene Therapy Catapult 2016.
  • Harvey, A., Poster Distinct metabolic profiles identify metabolic dysfunction in human pluripotent stem cells, Australasian Society for Stem Cell Research; 2014.
  • Harvey, A., Oral Distinct metabolic profiles identify metabolic dysfunction in human pluripotent stem cells, EMBL: Frontiers in Metabolism: From Molecular Physiology to Systems Medicine 2014.
  • Harvey, A., Poster Distinct metabolic profiles identify metabolic dysfunction in human pluripotent stem cells., 7th scientific meeting, Australasian Society for Stem Cell Research (ASSCR) 2014.
  • Harvey, A., Poster Regulation of human embryonic stem cell metabolism by oxygen., Australian Society for Stem Cell Research; Oct 2013.
  • Harvey, A., Invited participant , AAS Theo Murphy Think Tank (2015).
  • Harvey, RP., Invited Platform meeting presentation “Cardiac Stromal Stem Cell and Fibroblast Biology – insights from single cell transcriptomics and animal models”, 5th NIH Progenitor Cell Translation Consortium Cardiovascular Bioengineering Symposium.
  • Harvey, RP., Invited Keynote lecture “Fibroblast heterogeneity in Development and Disease”, : Cardio-Pulmonary Excellence Cluster meeting - Heterogeneity in the Cardio-Pulmonary System, CardioPulmonary Institute, University Hospital, Frankfurt, Germany..
  • Harvey, RP., Invited Platform meeting presentation “Modelling cardiac chamber formation and growth in development and congenital heart disease”, Sydney Cardiovascular Symposium, Molecules and Mechanisms: Celebrating 25 Years of Discovery at the Victor Chang Cardiac Research Institute, Garvan Institute, Sydney, Australia.
  • Harvey, RP., Invited Lecture A broader look at (cardiac) MSCs, Institute of Molecular Biosciences, University of Queensland 2012.
  • Harvey, RP., Invited Lecture A broader look at (cardiac) MSCs, Centenary Institute, University of Sydney 2012.
  • Harvey, RP., Invited Speaker Adult cardiac MSC-like stem cells, 60th Annual Scientific Meeting of the Cardiac Society of Australia and New Zealand 2012.
  • Harvey, RP., Invited Speaker Adult cardiac-resident MSC-like stem cells- towards an integrated model of heart repair, Annual Symposium of Stem Cells Australia, ARC Special Research Initiative in Stem Cell Science 2012.
  • Harvey, RP., Invited Lecture Adult cardiac-resident MSC-like stem cells: biology, origins and niche modulation, Victoria Stem Cell Network, Melbourne Brain Centre, University of Melbourne 2012.
  • Harvey, RP., Invited Speaker Biology and therapeutic targeting of mesenchymal stem and stromal cells in the adult mammalian heart, Leducq Foundation Consortium Grant Meeting 2017.
  • Harvey, RP., Invited Lecture Biology and therapeutic targeting of mesenchymal stem and stromal cells in the mammalian heart, Hudson Institute of Medical Research 2017.
  • Harvey, RP., Convenor and Invited Speaker Biology of the cardiac mesenchymal stem cell hierarchy in health and disease, Stem Cells Australia Cardiac Theme Meeting 2014.
  • Harvey, RP., Invited Speaker Cardiac mesenchymal stem cell biology and heart repair, National Institutes of Health 7th NHLBI Cardiovascular Regeneration Medicine Symposium  2017.
  • Harvey, RP., Organising Committee Member and Plenary Speaker Cardiac MSC-like cells and heart rejuvenation, National Centre for Cardiovascular Research (CNIC) Conference – “Cardiovascular Development, Disease and Repair” 2013.
  • Harvey, RP., Invited Speaker Cardiac stem cells and regenerative therapies, 14th Transplantation Society Symposium 2015.
  • Harvey, RP., Leaders in Science and Medicine Lecture Character, origins and niche regulation of adult cardiac MSC-like stem cells, Garvan Institute of Medical Research 2012.
  • Harvey, RP., Invited Lecture Character, origins and niche regulation of adult cardiac MSC-like stem cells, Lowy Cancer Centre, University of New South Wales 2012.
  • Harvey, RP., Invited Speaker Definition and embryonic origins of MSC-like stem cells in the adult mammalian heart, Royan Institute 8th Congress on Stem Cell Biology and Technology 2012.
  • Harvey, RP., Presentation Eliciting Heart Regeneration through Cardiomyocyte Division, Leducq 2 Grant Consortium Meeting.
  • Harvey, RP., Plenary Lecture Epicardial-derived mesenchymal stem-like cells in cardiac homeostasis and disease, American Heart Foundation Basic Cardiovascular Science Meeting 2014.
  • Harvey, RP., Invited Speaker Focusing out on mesenchymal stem/stromal cells, Hong Kong Society for Developmental Biology Symposium “From Embryology to Disease Mechanisms in honour of Patrick Tam’s 60th Birthday 2012.
  • Harvey, RP., Invited Speaker Functional Studies: iPS Cells, International Clinical Cardiovascular Genetics Conference 2014.
  • Harvey, RP., Organising Committee Fundraising and Abstract Reviewing, International Society of Stem Cell Research Congress.
  • Harvey, RP., Organising Committee Fundraising and Abstract Reviewing, International Society of Stem Cell Research Congress 2018.
  • Harvey, RP., Invited Platform meeting presentation Heart Biology, Anatomy, Cell Types and Open Questions, British Heart Foundation Human Cardiovascular Cell Atlas Workshop.
  • Harvey, RP., Invited Platform meeting presentation Heart biology, anatomy, cell types and open questions, British Heart Foundation Human Cardiovascular Cell Atlas Workshop 2018.
  • Harvey, RP., Convenor Heart Regeneration, Australian Consortium for Heart Regeneration.
  • Harvey, RP., Invited Speaker Modelling cardiac chamber development and disease in iPS cells and mice, RIKEN Centre for Biosystems Dynamics Research.
  • Harvey, RP., Invited Platform meeting presentation Modelling genetic risk in cardiovascular disease, Rare Diseases: Australian Functional Genomics Conference.
  • Harvey, RP., Invited Speaker Modelling genetic risk in cardiovascular disease, Rare Diseases: Australian Functional Genomics Conference Bio21 2018.
  • Harvey, RP., Convenor and Speaker Modelling hypoplastic left heart risk using iPS cells, Leducq 2 Consortium Annual Meeting.
  • Harvey, RP., Invited Speaker New windows into mammalian cardiac repair, International Society of Stem Cell Research Congress 2017.
  • Harvey, RP., Plenary Lecture Niche regulation of MSC-like stem cells in the adult mouse heart, 8th Ascona International Workshop on Cardiomyocyte Biology –Integration of Developmental and Environmental Cues in the Heart 2015.
  • Harvey, RP., Invited Lecture Origins and biology of cardiac mesenchymal stem and progenitor cells, University of Western Sydney School of Medicine 2013.
  • Harvey, RP., Invited Lecture Probing cardiac stem and stromal cell biology and the fibrotic cascade at the organ, cell population and single cell levels, Heart Research Institute, University of Sydney 2017.
  • Harvey, RP., David Danks Lecture Regenerating the mammalian heart – controversies and progress, Murdoch Children’s Research Institute 2014.
  • Harvey, RP., Invited Lecture Regulation and therapeutic targeting of mesenchymal stem cells in the adult mammalian heart, Harry Perkins Institute of Medical Research 2016.
  • Harvey, RP., Invited Speaker Regulation and therapeutic targeting of mesenchymal stem/stromal cells in the adult mammalian heart, 8th Australian Developmental Biology Workshop 2016.
  • Harvey, RP., Invited Speaker Regulation of quiescence and multipotency in MSC-like stem cells of the adult mammalian heart, Royan Institute 8th Congress on Stem Cell Biology and Technology 2012.
  • Harvey, RP., Invited Speaker Regulatory hierarchies in cardiac lineage specification, Cardiovascular Research Institute (UCSF; USA) Victor Chang Cardiac Research Institute (Australia) Joint Symposium 2012.
  • Harvey, RP., Invited Speaker Restoration of self-renewal and potency in mesenchymal stem and stromal cells derived from aged and injured hearts, Stem Cells Australia Annual Retreat 2013.
  • Harvey, RP., Plenary Speaker Restoration of self-renewal and potency in mesenchymal stem and stromal cells derived from aged and injured hearts, 6th Annual Meeting of the Australasian Society for Stem Cell Research (ASSCR) 2013.
  • Harvey, RP., Invited Speaker Restoration of self-renewal and potency in mesenchymal stem and stromal cells from aged and injured hearts, Leducq TransAtlantic Foundation Grant Consortium Kickoff Meeting, Mt Sinai College of Medicine 2014.
  • Harvey, RP., Invited Speaker Stem cells in biology and medicine, Society of Medical Innovation Healthcare of the Future Conference, University of New South Wales 2016.
  • Harvey, RP., Keynote Speaker Therapeutic targeting of mesenchymal and stromal cells in the adult mammalian heart, Bosch Institute Annual Scientific Meeting – Regenerative Medicine: Repairing the Damaged Body 2017.
  • Harvey, RP., Keynote Speaker Therapeutic targeting of mesenchymal stem/stromal cells in the adult mammalian heart, Inaugural Meeting  Muscle Biology in Health & Disease Conference 2018.
  • Harvey, RP., Invited Speaker Transdifferentiation and tissue plasticity in cardiovascular rejuvenation, Company of Biologists Meeting Series 2016.
  • Hernandez, D., Invited Speaker Isogenic induced pluripotent stem cells to model of Alzheimer’s disease, Australian Dementia Forum 2018.
  • Hernandez, D., Invited Speaker Disease modelling with human pluripotent stem cells, from small to large scale cultures., ISSCR-Focus session 2018.
  • Hernandez, D., Poster Modelling Alzheimer’s disease using single cell RNA sequencing analysis from human pluripotent stem cell-derived cerebral organoids., ISSCR 2018.
  • Hobbs, R., Poster presentation Characterization of molecular mechanisms defining germline progenitor cell heterogeneity and fate, ISSCR Annual conference 2015.
  • Hobbs, R., Oral presentation Heterogeneity and dynamics of the undifferentiated spermatogonial pool, Abcam Germline Stem Cell Conference, 2016.
  • Hobbs, R., Invited speaker Mechanisms regulating germline progenitor cell identity and fate, Regenerative Biology & Tissue Engineering Symposium 2018.
  • Hobbs, R., Invited speaker Molecular mechanisms defining germline stem cell heterogeneity and fate, Gordon conference germinal stem cell biology 2015.
  • Hollands, J., Oral 'Development of a human iPS DREADD-line’, Neuroscience School of Advanced Studies 2016.
  • Homman-Ludiye, J., Poster A pulvinar connection to schizophrenia, ANS 2016.
  • Homman-Ludiye, J., Oral Ephrin-A2 regulates migration and proliferation in the developing brain, Melbourne Cell and Development Symposium.
  • Homman-Ludiye, J., Oral The implication of neurogenesis in neurodevelopmental disorders, Stem Cells Australia Retreat 2016.
  • Hudson, J., Invited talk Bioengineered human cardiac organoids, Victor Chang 17th Annual Symposium/Australian Network of Cardiovascular Developmental Biologists.
  • Hudson, J.,  , Australian Society for Stem Cell Research.
  • Hudson, J.,  , Australian Network of Cardiac and Vascular Biologists.
  • Hunt, C., Invited speaker Tri-axial specification of the human ganglionic eminence using human pluripotent stem cells, Network of the European CNS Transplantation and Repair meeting (NECTAR).
  • Hunt, C., Poster Tri-axial specification of the human ganglionic eminence using human pluripotent stem cells, ISSCR.
  • Iismaa, SE., Oral presentation Cardiac regeneration via cardiomyocyte proliferation, Weinstein Satellite Meeting 2016.
  • Iismaa, SE., Poster presentation Cardiomyocyte hypertrophy limits infarct expansion after myocardial infarct in mice, Weinstein 2018: Cardiovascular Development and Regeneration Meeting.
  • Iismaa, SE., Oral Presentation Myocardial response to injury is improved with preservation of postnatal cardiomyocyte proliferative competence, Stem Cells Australia Cardiac Theme Meeting 2015.
  • Iismaa, SE., Poster Presentation Myocardial response to injury is improved with preservation of postnatal cardiomyocyte proliferative competence, Stem Cells Australia Annual Retreat 2015.
  • Iismaa, SE., Invited Lecture Repair of the adult heart after a heart attack by reactivation of cardiomyocyte proliferation, College of Biomedical and Life Sciences 2016.
  • Janbandhu, V., Young Scientist Presentation Consequences of Hif1a deletion in PDGFRa+ cells, Fondation Leducq 1 Consortium Annual Meeting 2018.
  • Janbandhu, V., Young Scientist Presentation Metabolic regulation of Cardiac MSCS (cMSCs), Fondation Leducq 1 Annual Meeting 2016.
  • Janbandhu, V., Fast Forward Presentation Metabolic regulation of cCFU-F (cardiac-resident colony-forming units – fibroblast) functions, 23rd Annual St Vincent’s Campus Research Symposium 2015.
  • Janbandhu, V., Young Scientist Presentation Physiological functions of adult cardiac-resident colony-forming units – fibroblast (cCFU-Fs), Fondation Leducq 1 Annual Meeting 2015.
  • Jhaveri, D., Invited Speaker Activation of distinct populations of quiescent neural precursors in the adult hippocampus, Stem Cell Australia – ASSCR Meeting 2015.
  • Jhaveri, D., Invited Speaker Activation of distinct populations of quiescent neural precursors in the adult hippocampus, QBI – MCN Symposium – Constructing the integrated brain: neurons, circuits and cognition.
  • Jhaveri, D., Poster Chronic stress-induced alterations in the properties of adult-born hippocampal neurons directly regulate anxiety-related behaviour., EMBO meeting; Molecular neuroscience: From genes to circuits in health and disease.
  • Jhaveri, D., Poster Evidence for newly generated interneurons in the basolateral amygdala of adult mice, Federation of European Societies of Neuroscience.
  • Jhaveri, D., Invited Speaker Plasticity in the adult brain: targeting brain stem cells to improve mood and regulation, Queensland Dementia Training Study Centre.
  • Jhaveri, D., Invited speaker Targeting adult-born neurons to regulate neural circuitry and anxiety-related behaviour, Australasian Winter Conference on Brain Research (2019).
  • Jhaveri, D., Symposium presentation Targeting adult-born neurons to regulate neural circuitry and anxiety-related behaviour, Australasian Winter Conference on Brain Research.
  • Jhaveri, D., Plenary speaker Targeting neural stem cells in the adult brain for the treatment of anxiety and depression, From health to well-being: An interdisciplinary approach from fundamental science to translational medicine. (2019).
  • Kilpatrick, T., Invited speaker Immune reactivity and influence upon neuronal pathology following oligodendrocyte apoptosis, Society for Neuroscience 2012, 13-17 October 2012.
  • Kilpatrick, T., Invited speaker Investigating the influence of LIF-receptor signaling upon neural precursors and oligodendroglia as a modulator of demyelinating disease, 11th European Meeting on Glial Cell Function in Health and Disease, 03-6 July 2013.
  • Kilpatrick, T., Invited speaker Targeting the Oligodendrocyte Lineage in Demyelinative Disease, Keystone Symposia on Molecular and Cellular Biology (Multiple Sclerosis)  January 11—16, 2013.
  • Kilpatrick, T., Invited Presentation , International Society of Neuroimmunology.
  • Kilpatrick, T., Invited presentation , International Society of Neurochemistry.
  • Mason, E., Keystone Symposia Gene expression variability is a unifying element of the pluripotency network and stem cell subpopulations, Transcriptional and epigenetic influences on stem cells states 2015.
  • Korn, O., Oral Stemformatics and RNASeq, AGRF Next Gen SIG AIBN 2015.
  • Wells, C., Oral and Poster MSC Signature, ISSCR Annual Meeting 2015.
  • Wells, C., Invited Speaker Integrative vs meta-analysis approaches to biological networks, Networks in Biological Sciences 2015.
  • Wells, C.,  , ISSCR Global controls in stem cellsBiopolis 2014.
  • Wells, C., Poster , ASSCR 2014.
  • Wells, C., Oral , eResearch Australasia 2014.
  • Wells, C., Poster and Oral , Vizbi 2014.
  • Wells, C., Poster , Australasian Genomics Technologies Association (AGTA) annual conference 2014.
  • Wells, C., Poster , Australian Bioinformatics Conference 2014.
  • Wells, C., Keynote Speaker , The 15th International Conference on Systems Biology 2014.
  • Wells, C., Keynote Speaker , 3rd International Conference on BioNano Innovation 2014.
  • Knaupp, A., Oral Presentation Dissection of the Nanog transcriptional complex by TINC, 38th Annual Lorne Genome Conference, 2017.
  • Knaupp, A., Poster Presentation Epigenome dynamics and transcription factor occupancy in cells en route to pluripotency, Epigenetics, 2017.
  • Knaupp, A., Poster Presentation How does Oct4 mediate pluripotency?, Stem Cells in the Hunter Valley, 2015.
  • Knaupp, A., Invited Speaker Locus specific characterisation of transcriptional complexes by TINC, 11th Guangzhou International Conference on Stem Cell & Regenerative Medicine, November 2018.
  • Knaupp, A., Poster Presentation Narrowing the Gap Between Stem Cell Science and Cell Therapy, ASSCR ISCT, 2014.
  • Knaupp, A., Poster Presentation TINC - A method to dissect transcriptional complexes at single locus resolution, International Society for Stem Cell Research (ISSCR) Annual Meeting, 2018.
  • Knaupp, A., Invited Speaker TINC: A method to dissect transcriptional complexes at single locus resolution, ComBio2018.
  • Lambshead, J., Keystone Symposium Investigating the Role(s) of Cell Adhesion Molecules in Human Pluripotent Stem Cell Culture, Engineering Cell Fate and Function / Stem Cells and Reprogramming 2014.
  • Lambshead, J., oral presentation Role(s) of Cell Adhesion Molecules in Maintaining Human Pluripotent Stem Cells., Society For Biomaterials 2014 Annual Meeting and Exposition: Pioneering the Future of Biomatierals 2014.
  • Laslett, A., Keynote speaker A dummy’s guide to being a medical researcher, ASMR Student Research Symposium.
  • Laslett, A., Keynote speaker A dummy’s guide to being a medical researcher, ASMR Student Research Symposium, Royal Melbourne Hospital 2014.
  • Laslett, A., Oral Harnessing pluripotency: novel tools for human stem cell biology, Sino_German Spring School on Regenerative Medicine 2014.
  • Laslett, A., Invited speaker Novel tools for human pluripotent stem cell biology, 5th International NanoBio Conference.
  • Lê Cao, KA., Invited speaker Data-driven and pathway-based analyses to guide new cell design, SCA symposium.
  • Lê Cao, KA., Invited speaker Modern statistics for biology, AAS new fellows’ and medal winners’ symposium (public lecture).
  • Lê Cao, KA., Poster Modular Decomposition of Cell Identity, Oz Single Cell.
  • Lê Cao, KA., Invited speaker Multivariate data integration with mixOmics, RMIT Bioinformatics symposium.
  • Lê Cao, KA., Invited speaker Multivariate microbiome data analysis and omics data integration, Australian Society for Microbiology.
  • Lê Cao, KA., Invited speaker Statistical integration of omics data, Winter school mathematical and computational biology.
  • Lê Cao, KA., Invited speaker Statistical integration of omics data with mixOmics, EMBL-ABR webinar.
  • Lê Cao, KA., Invited , Oz single cell.
  • Lê Cao, KA., Invited , International biometrics conference.
  • Lees, JG.,  Mesendoderm differentiation is delayed in metabolically aberrant human ES cells., Australian Society for Medical Research (November 2015).
  • Lees, JG., Poster Mitochondrial and glycolytic metabolism decreases during neural differentiation of human embryonic stem cells., ISSCR (June 2018).
  • Lees, JG., Poster Nutrient utilization distinguishes between human embryonic stem cell lines, Society for Reproductive Biology;2014.
  • Lees, JG., Poster Oxygen regulates human embryonic stem cell mitochondrial biogenesis., Society for Reproductive Medicine; August 2013.
  • Legrand, J., Oral presentation Role of the RNA Helicase DDX5 in Spermatogonial Maintenance and Function, Gordon conference germinal stem cell biology 2019.
  • Leitoguinho, AR., Poster The role of ventx homeobox gene during human haematopoietic development, ISSCR.
  • Leitoguinho, AR., Poster The role of ventx homeobox gene during human haematopoietic development, ISEH.
  • Lidgerwood, G., Invited Speaker Engineering a human retina-in-a-dish using patient iPSC-derived retinal cells, 8th Annual Optic Nerve Meeting.
  • Lidgerwood, G., Poster The role of lysophosphatidic acid and autotaxin in the retinal pigment epithelium and photoreceptors, ISSCR 2018.
  • Lister, R., Invited Speaker Challenges and frontiers in (epi)genome engineering, Synthetic Biology Australasia conference, October 2019.
  • Lister, R., Invited Speaker Challenges and frontiers in (epi)genome engineering, Australasian Neuroscience Society, December 2019.
  • Lister, R., Invited Speaker Chromatin and transcription factor dynamics during cell reprogramming, Children's Medical Research Institute.
  • Lister, R., Invited Speaker Editing the Epigenome, Viertel Symposium, October 24th 2018.
  • Lister, R., Invited Speaker Editing the Epigenome, Charles Perkins Centre.
  • Lister, R., Invited Speaker Editing the Epigenome, Biodiscovery Institute, Monash University.
  • Lister, R., Invited Speaker The shifting DNA methylation landscape during human naive and primed reprogramming, 11th Guangzhou International Conference on Stem Cell & Regenerative Medicine, November 2018.
  • Little, M., Keynote Speaker Advancing the application of kidney organoids, Regeneration 2019 Nature Conference.
  • Little, M., Speaker Advancing the applications of human pluripotent stem cell-derived kidney organoids, ISCT 2019 Annual Meeting.
  • Little, M., Speaker Advancing the applications of human pluripotent stem cell-derived kidney organoids., Biomimetics Nature Conference.
  • Little, M., Speaker Advancing the applications of kidney organoids for disease modelling, ISSCR Stem Cells & Organoids Meeting.
  • Little, M., Invited Speaker & Plenary Chair Applications for Kidney Organoids: Cellular Identity, Scale & Function, ASN Conference.
  • Little, M., Speaker Applying transcriptional profiling and gene editing to characterise human pluripotent stem cell-derived kidney organoids, AGTA Conference.
  • Little, M., Speaker Characterising and improving the maturation of specific cell types within kidney organoids, RBK Summer Meeting.
  • Little, M., Plenary Speaker Characterising kidney organoids as a model for the human developing kidney, WCN’19 Conference.
  • Little, M., Plenary Speaker Complex cellular structures: Realising the regenerative potential of cells., ISCT 2019 Annual Meeting.
  • Little, M., Speaker From kidney development to stem cell-derived kidney tissue, EMBL in Australia.
  • Little, M., Invited Speaker From Stem Cells to Human Development, .
  • Little, M., Invited Speaker Generating human kidney tissue from pluripotent stem cells, Royal College of Physicians.
  • Little, M., Invited speaker Innovation in Healthcare, FutureHealth Forum Australia 2014.
  • Little, M., Speaker Kidney organoids: a model of the developing human, BDBSS Seminar.
  • Little, M., Speaker Moving kidney organoids to application, Cell Symposium.
  • Little, M., Speaker Rebuilding a kidney based on an understanding of development, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital.
  • Little, M., Millis Oration Rebuilding kidney tissue from stem cells, AusBiotech 2019 National Conference.
  • Little, M., Speaker Recreating human kidney tissue from stem cells – how well are we mimicking what we know of normal development?, GRC-Frontiers of Science.
  • Little, M., Speaker Recreating human tissue from stem cells, Harvard Stem Cells Institute.
  • Little, M., Invited Speaker Recreating kidney tissue, EMBL Organoid Symposia.
  • Little, M., Speaker Recreating kidney tissue from stem cells: how far have we come?, DOHaD ANZ 2019 Symposium.
  • Little, M., Invited Speaker Re-creating Kidney tissue from stem cells: progress & challenges, IWDN Conference.
  • Little, M., Plenary Regenerative medicine-advances & opportunities in Australia, AusBiotech 2019 National Conference.
  • Little, M., Chair, Plenary Stem Cells & Regeneration of Endodermal Organs, ISSCR Annual Meeting.
  • Little, M., Invited Speaker Symposium – Re-building a Kidney, ICCB Conference.
  • Little, M., Speaker The Australian Stem Cells Mission, AusBiotech 2019 National Conference.
  • Little, M., Seminar Invite The Azrieli Center for Stem Cells & Genetic Research, .
  • Little, M., Invited Speaker , Gurdon Institute.
  • Little, M., Invited speaker , 2014 PAH Health Symposium, August 2014.
  • Little, M., Invited speaker , COMBIO 2014, September 2014.
  • Little, M., Invited speaker , 2nd Asia Pacific Kidney Development Workshop, September 2014.
  • Little, M., Plenary speaker , Pan Pacific Symposium on Stem Cells and Cancer (PPSSC) 2014.
  • Little, M., Invited speaker , 14th Asian Pacific Congress of Nephrology (APCN 2014).
  • Little, M., Keynote speaker , The Australian Society for Medical Research (ASMR) Queensland Postgraduate Student Conference 2014.
  • Little, M., Invited speaker , World Congress of Nephrology 2011.
  • Little, M., Keynote speaker , 4th International Stem Cell Meeting 2011.
  • Little, M., Invited speaker , MMRI Stem Cell meeting 20144.
  • Little, M., Invited speaker , COMBIO 2011.
  • Little, M., Invited speaker , ISN Forefronts Symposium on Tubulointerstitial Disease in Diabetic Nephropathy 2012.
  • Little, M., Invited speaker , Otago Medical School Research Society meeting 2012.
  • Little, M., Invited speaker , COMBIO 2012.
  • Little, M., Invited speaker , 1st Asia Pacific Kidney Development Workshop 2012.
  • Little, M., Keynote speaker , Harvard Stem Cell Institute Kidney Program Meeting 2012.
  • Little, M., Invited speaker , Kidney Stem Cell Meeting 2012. Keck School of Medicine.
  • Little, M., Invited speaker , American Society for Nephrology Annual Meeting 2012.
  • Little, M., Invited speaker , Stem Cells Australia scientific workshop 2012.
  • Little, M., Invited speaker , The 12th International Workshop on Developmental Nephrology 2013.
  • Little, M., Invited speaker , World Congress of Nephrology 2013.
  • Little, M., Invited speaker , International Pediatric Nephrology Association Congress 2013.
  • Little, M., Invited speaker , American Society for Nephrology, Kidney Week 2013.
  • Little, M., Invited speaker , International Society for Nephrology Forefronts Symposium on Stem Cells and Kidney Regeneration 2013.
  • Little, M., Invited speaker , Human Frontiers Science Program Awardees Meeting 2013.
  • Little, M., Invited speaker , European Union Stellar Scientific Meeting 2013.
  • Little, M., Invited speaker , Frontiers in Cell Reprogramming, 2013 Inaugural Annual Collaborative Conference.
  • Little, M., Invited speaker , NHMRC Peer-Review Workshop 2013.
  • Little, M., Invited speaker , ANZSN 49th Annual Scientific Meeting 2013.
  • Little, M., Organiser , Australian Developmental Biology Workshop 2014.
  • Liu, E., Oral Dissecting the cellular pathway of human reprogramming, 7th scientific meeting, Australasian Society for Stem Cell Research (ASSCR) 2014.
  • Liu, E., Poster Teaser Integrative molecular analyses reveal distinct reprogramming trajectories into states of naïve and primed human induced pluripotency, 2018 ISSCR Annual Meeting.
  • Liu, X., Poster Presentation Integrative molecular analyses reveal distinct reprogramming trajectories into states of naïve and primed human induced pluripotency, 11th Guangzhou International Conference on Stem Cell & Regenerative Medicine, November 2018.
  • Maljevic, S., Talk Genetic epilepsy – genes, mechanisms and targeted therapy, Florey Neuroscience Seminar Series.
  • Maljevic, S., Invited Speaker Mouse model of progressive myoclonus epilepsy and ataxia due to a potassium channel mutation, FENS Regional Meeting.
  • Maljevic, S., Invited Speaker Therapies for neurogenetic disorders, Stem Cell Innovative Technologies Meeting.
  • Marcelle, C., Invited Speaker , The Batsheva de Rothschild Seminar on Skeletal and Cardiac Myogenesis.
  • Marcelle, C., Invited Speaker , The Batsheva de Rothschild Seminar on Skeletal and Cardiac Myogenesis.
  • Marcelle, C., Keynote Speaker , Myology 2016.
  • Marcelle, C., Invited Speaker , The Hunter Cell Biology Meeting.
  • Marcelle, C., Invited Speaker , GDR Avian Models 2016.
  • Marcelle, C., Invited speaker , EMBO Conference on Myogenesis.
  • Marcelle, C., Invited speaker , International Avian Meeting.
  • McMahon, R.,  Cellular outcomes of regulating malate-aspartate shuttle in human embryonic stem cells., Australian Society for Medical Research (November 2015).
  • McMahon, R., Poster Malate-aspartate shuttle regulation and pluripotency in human embryonic stem cells., Australian Society for Medical Research (2016).
  • Merson, TD., Invited Speaker Stem Cells in Multiple Sclerosis and Neurological Disease, MS Research Australia/NSW Stem Cell Network joint workshop, May 28, 2014.
  • Merson, TD., Invited Speaker The role of remyelination in progressive MS, 7th Congress of the Pan-Asian Committee for Treatment and Research in Multiple Sclerosis (PACTRIMS) 2014.
  • Merson, TD., Invited Speaker Topographic organisation of oligodendrocytes in CNS white matter - implications for myelin patterning, Satellite of the 25th ISN-APSN Joint Biennial Meeting.
  • Merson, TD., Invited Speaker Topographic organisation of oligodendrocytes in CNS white matter: implications for myelin patterning, 25th ISN-APSN Joint Biennial Meeting.
  • Munsie, M., Poster Avoiding HeLa: Incorporating a video animation to improve Informed Consent for Induced Pluripotent Stem Cell Research, HeLEX Oxford.
  • Munsie, M., Invited speaker Cashing in on hope the business of selling stem cell treatment downunder, 2016 Conference for International Society for Cellular Therapy (Australia and New Zealand region).
  • Munsie, M., Invited speaker Clash of hopes balancing optimism and scientific evidence, 2016 Conference for the International Society for Cellular Therapy.
  • Munsie, M., Invited Evolving landscape: rise of autologous ‘stem cell’ treatments, Encouraging Responsible Innovation with Autologous Stem Cells Roundtable, Centre for Biomedical Ethics, Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine, National University of Singapore.
  • Munsie, M., Invited speaker Managing hope., From Suffering to Hope: Sociology of Health Beyond Medicalisation Workshop.
  • Munsie, M., Co-convener and Chair Focus Session New insights into early human development: scientific, policy and ethical considerations, International Society for Stem Cell Research Conference.
  • Munsie, M., Invited speaker Open for business: trading on the promise of stem cell therapy, Illicit Therapeutic Goods in the Asia/Pacific Region, Therapeutic Goods Administration.
  • Munsie, M., Oral Pathways to stem cell ‘treatments’: An analysis of experiences of people with spinal cord injury, International Society for Stem Cell Research (ISSCR) Annual Meeting.
  • Munsie, M., Conference or session convener Presidential Task Force Session: Ethical issues across the cell therapy development spectrum – From basic research to clinical translation, International Society for Cell and Gene Therapy Conference.
  • Munsie, M., Invited speaker Public Engagement Efforts: lessons learnt from stem cell science., Second International Summit on, Human Genome Editing.
  • Munsie, M., Invited speaker Setting the standards in cell therapy: more than product regulation required, International Society for Cell and Gene Therapy Conference.
  • Munsie, M., Invited speaker The big business of selling stem cells, Brocher Foundation Workshop.
  • Munsie, M., Invited speaker Travails of a biologist: hope, hype, ethics & activism., Kyushu University Bioethics Forum.
  • Munsie, M., Invited What is ‘trust’ in digitally mediated healthcare: exploring the experiences of patients and carers who contemplate stem cell treatments, Brocher Foundation Workshop.
  • Munsie, M., Oral Presentation When hopes clash: patient optimism confronts scientific evidence, ISSCR 12th Annual Meeting.
  • Naik, S., Speaker Clonal biology in haematopoiesis and dendritic cell development, Single Cell Genomics, Broad Institute.
  • Naik, S., Invited speaker Clonal biology in haematopoiesis and dendritic cell development, Keystone Symposia, Single Cell ‘Omics.
  • Nefzger, C., Invited Speaker Editing the Epigenome, Stem Cells Australia Retreat, March 2019.
  • Nefzger, C., Speaker Selected from abstract Functional rejuvenation of aged intestinal stem cells by metabolic intervention and direct reprogramming, ISSCR.
  • Nicks, A., Poster Transcription factor expression during postnatal cardiomyocyte maturation, Weinstein 2018: Cardiovascular Development and Regeneration Meeting.
  • Nicks, AM., Poster presentation Distinct Transcriptomic Signatures Across Postnatal Cardiomyocyte Development, American Heart Association Meeting 2016.
  • Nicks, AM., Oral presentation RNA-Seq analyses from highly purified populations of cardiomyocytes during postnatal cardiac development, Stem Cells Australia Annual Retreat 2016.
  • Nicks, AM., Oral Presentation The heart is like a galaxy, St Vincent’s Precinct: Three Minute Thesis Competition 2015.
  • Nicks, AM., Poster Presentation The purification of cardiomyocytes from murine postnatal and adult hearts, Stem Cells Australia Annual Retreat 2015.
  • Nielsen, L., Workshop Co-Chair Applications of -omics Technology, Cell Culture Engineering 2014.
  • Nielsen, L., Invited Speaker Constraint based reconstruction and analysis of metabolic and regulatory networks, Symposium on Chemical and Biotechnology Engineering.
  • Nielsen, L., Keynote Speaker Genome scale metabolic and regulatory modeling for synthetic biology, Cold Spring Harbor Synthetic Biology.
  • Nielsen, L., Invited Speaker Genome scale modelling of metabolism and regulation, 3rd Copenhagen Bioscience Conference: Cell Factories & Biosustainability.
  • Nielsen, L., Keynote Speaker Genome scale regulatory network modeling, COBRA.
  • Nielsen, L., Invited Speaker Metabolic and Regulatory Models for Synthetic Biology Design, NanoBio 2014.
  • Nielsen, L., Plenary Speaker Systems Biology, International Conference in Bioinformatics.
  • Nielsen, L., Plenary Speaker The Blood Cell Factory, 44th Congress of the German Society for Transfusion Medicine.
  • Nordon, R., Talk. Large-scale, single cell RNA sequencing defines novel cellular subsets required for cardiac repair, International Society for Cellular Therapy 2018 Annual Meeting.
  • O’Connor, M., Poster Lens -PaTrNing: an interactive web resource for interrogating signal Pathways and Transcriptional Networking during lens growth and cataract formation, 2019 Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology Conference.
  • O’Connor, M., Oral Towards anti-cataract drug discovery, 2019 Australian Functional Genomics Conference.
  • Otte, E.,  , TERMIS World Congress 2015.
  • Padmanabhan, H., Oral steogenic Commitment of Human MSCs by Agonising Canonical Wnt and BMP6 signalling pathways, SCA Retreat 2016.
  • Palpant, N., Oral Analysis of cardiac differentiation at single cell resolution reveals a requirement of, International Society for Heart Research World Congress.
  • Palpant, N., Oral Analysis of cardiac differentiation at single cell resolution reveals a requirement of, NIH Progenitor Cell Translation Consortium.
  • Palpant, N., Oral Comparative analysis of H3K27me3 domains establishes a repressive index for inferring regulatory genes governing cell identity from any chordate cell type, Lorne Genome.
  • Palpant, N., Invited Speaker Human Cardiac, Endothelial and Blood Lineages are Controlled by Gradients of Activin A, BMP4, and Wnt/β-Catenin Signaling, International Society for Heart Research 2015.
  • Palpant, N., Invited Speaker Mechanisms of Cell Fate Determination in Mesoderm Development, Australian Network of Cardiac and Vascular Developmental Biologists 2015.
  • Palpant, N., Invited Speaker Mechanisms of Cell Fate Determination in Mesoderm Development, Astralasian Society for Stem Cell Research, Stem Cells Australia 2015.
  • Palpant, N., Invited Speaker Mechanisms of mesoderm cell fate determination and inter-conversion using human pluripotent stem cells, Ascona International Workshop on Cardiomyocyte Biology 2015.
  • Palpant, N., Invited Speaker The epigenetic and transcriptional landscape of mesoderm progenitor cells identifies HOPX as a novel regulator of hemogenic endothelium, Institute for Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine Symposium 2015.
  • Palpant, N., Invited speaker The transcriptional landscape of cardiac differentiation at single cell resolution, International Society for Stem Cell Research, Concurrent I: Cardiac Development and Disease..
  • Palpant, N., Invited Speaker The transcriptional landscape of cardiac differentiation at single cell resolution, American Heart Association, Basic Cardiovascular Sciences,.
  • Palpant, N., Oral Transcriptional analysis of cardiac differentiation from human pluripotent stem cells at single cell resolution, Cold Spring Harbor, Frontiers in Single Cell Genomics.
  • Parish, C., Invited speaker Advanced approaches to improve human pluripotent stem cell trasnplants for Parkinson’s disease, Development of the dopaminergic system – from stem cells to circuits conference.
  • Parish, C., Symposia Cell and gene therapies for Parkinson’s disease, 39th Annual meeting for the Australasian Neuroscience Society.
  • Parish, C., Invited speaker GDNF gene therapy to promote graft integration in Parkinson’s disease, ISSCR.
  • Parish, C., Invited speaker Modulating GDNF to improve survival and plasticity of human PSC-derived transplants in Parkinsonian rats, ISCT.
  • Patrick, R., Poster presentation Cardiac stromal-cell population identification through multiple single-cell transcription profiling experiments, Stem Cells Australia Retreat 2017.
  • Patrick, R., Poster presentation Cardiac stromal-cell population identification through multiple single-cell transcription profiling experiments, St. Vincent’s Post-doc Symposium 2017.
  • Patrick, R., Poster presentation Resolving cardiac stromal-cell diversifiation through single-cell transcription profiling, Oz Single Cells Conference 2017.
  • Patrick, R., Poster presentation Resolving cardiac stromal-cell diversifiation through single-cell transcription profiling, Australian Bioinformatics and Computational Biolo gy Society Conference 2017.
  • Patrick, R., Poster presentation Resolving cardiac stromal-cell diversifiation through single-cell transcription profiling, Sydney Cardiovascular Symposium 2017.
  • Patrick, R., Oral Presentation Resolving cardiac stromal-cell diversification through single-cell transcription profiling, Leducq Foundation Meeting, Weizmann Institute of Science 2017.
  • Patrick, R., Oral Presentation Resolving cardiac stromal-cell diversification through single-cell transcription profiling, Sydney Bioinformatics Research Symposium 2017.
  • Pébay, A., Invited Speaker Disease Models using Pluripotent Stem Cells, Stem Cells in Disease Modelling And Drug Discovery 2018.
  • Pébay, A., Invited talk Modelling degeneration with iPSCs, DDB Stem Cells Therapeutic Symposium.
  • Pébay, A., Invited talk Modelling degeneration with iPSCs, FARA Scientific Symposium,.
  • Pébay, A., Invited oral presentation Patient Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells to Model Diseases of the Eye and Brain, European Association for Vision and Eye Research.
  • Pébay, A., Keynote speaker Patient iPSCs to model retinal degeneration, International Precision Medicine in Glaucoma Conference.
  • Pébay, A., Invited talk Pluripotent Stem Cell Approaches to the Modelling of Diseases of the Eye and Brain, Organoids are us.
  • Pébay, A., Organising Committee Member , Australian Dementia Forum 2018.
  • Penna, V., Poster A novel methods to assess the transcriptional profile of xenogeneic transplants: Assessing human stem cell grafts in Parkinson’s disease, ISSCR.
  • Pera, M.,  , International Conference on Systems Biology 2014.
  • Pera, M.,  , Alto NHLBI Progenitor Cell Biology Consortium (PCBC) Cell Characterization Futures Workshop 2014.
  • Pera, M.,  , Epilepsy Genetics in the Era of Precision Medicine 2014.
  • Pera, M.,  , Nature Conference--Nuclear Reprogramming 2014.
  • Pera, M.,  , Cell Therapy and Regenerative Medicine.  Fifth Margaret River Region Conference.
  • Pera, M.,  , Young Investigators Symposium, Stem Cell Society of Singapore 2015.
  • Pera, M.,  , Human Science Frontiers Program Grantees Meeting 2015.
  • Pera, M.,  , Theo Murphy Think Tank The Stem Cell Revolution:  Lessons for Australia.
  • Petrou, S., Invited Speaker Antisense Oligonucleotide Development Program for SCN2A Epilepsy, 2019 World Orphan Conference.
  • Petrou, S., Invited Speaker ASO therapies in epileptic encephalopathies, Epilepsy Precision Medicine Conference.
  • Petrou, S., Invited Speaker KCNT1, KCNT1 Epilepsy Foundation Conference.
  • Petrou, S., Invited Speaker Precision Medicine for Genetic Epilepsies: Fake News?, Genetics Special Interest Group: Precision Medicine for Genetic Epilepsies, AES.
  • Petrou, S., Invited Speaker Precision Medicine in Epilepsy, Investigators Workshop: Oligonucleotide Therapies for Epilepsy: A New Era in Precision Medicine, AES.
  • Petrou, S., Invited Speaker The building blocks of epilepsy genetics, Satellite Symposium on Neurotransmitter-gated Ion channels in health and disease.
  • Petrou, S., Invited Speaker Therapeutic Approach to SYNGAP1, 1st Annual Syngap Roundtable at AES.
  • Polo, J., Invited Speaker “A roadmap to the reprogramming of human naïve and primed pluripotency”,, Guangzhou Institute of Biomedicine and Health, Chinese Academy of Sciences Symposium 2019.
  • Polo, J., Invited Speaker “Dissecting the molecular events during nuclear reprogramming”,, School of Life and Environmental Sciences Seminar Series.
  • Polo, J., Invited Speaker A roadmap to the reprogramming of human naïve and primed pluripotency, 11th Guangzhou International Conference on Stem Cell & Regenerative Medicine, November 2018.
  • Polo, J., Invited Speaker Chromatin and transcription factor dynamics during reprogramming, ISSCR Annual Meeting, 2018.
  • Polo, J., Invited Speaker Chromatin and transcription factor dynamics during reprogramming, ISSCR.
  • Polo, J., Invited Speaker Dissecting the molecular events during human nuclear reprogramming”,, Australian Genomic Technologies Association (AGTA).
  • Polo, J., Invited Speaker Dissecting the molecular events during nuclear reprogramming, Stem Cells Australia Retreat, March 2019.
  • Polo, J., Invited Speaker Dissecting the molecular events during reprogramming of somatic cells into induced pluripotent stem cells, 6th Barossa Cell Signalling Meeting in Cancer Genomics and Epigenomics, 2013.
  • Polo, J., Invited Speaker Dissecting the molecular events during reprogramming of somatic cells into induced pluripotent stem cells, Hunter Cell Biology Meeting, March, 2013.
  • Polo, J., Chair Dissecting the molecular events during reprogramming of somatic cells into iPS cells, Australasian Society for Stem Cell Research Annual Meeting. Melbourne, 2014.
  • Polo, J., Invited Speaker Dissecting the molecular events during reprogramming of somatic cells into iPS cells, Lorne Genome Conference, 2014.
  • Polo, J., Invited Speaker Dissection of specific transcriptional complexes at single locus resolution by TINC, 7th Australian Epigenetics Conference, 2017.
  • Polo, J., Invited Speaker Expanding the boundaries of cell reprogramming, Viertel Symposium, October 24th 2018.
  • Polo, J., Invited Speaker Exploring the boundaries of transcription factor-mediated reprogramming, South Australian Health & Medical Research Institute (SAHMRI) Annual Scientific Meeting, 2018.
  • Polo, J., Invited Speaker Exploring the boundaries of transcription factor-mediated reprogramming, Lowy Cancer Research Centre Seminar Series, UNSW, 2018.
  • Polo, J., Invited Speaker Exploring the boundaries of transcription factor-mediated reprogramming, Hunter Cell Biology Meeting, 2018.
  • Polo, J., Invited Speaker Exploring the boundaries of transcription factor-mediated reprogramming, Signature Seminar Series, DUKE-NUS, 2018.
  • Polo, J., Invited Speaker Exploring the boundaries of transcription factor-mediated reprogramming, AMSI BioInfoSummer, 2017.
  • Polo, J., Invited Speaker Exploring the boundaries of transcription factor-mediated reprogramming, 14th International meeting on Neural Transplantation and Repair, 2017.
  • Polo, J., Chair and Programme Co-Organiser Exploring the boundaries of transcription factor-mediated reprogramming, Margaret River Regional Forum/ASSCR, 2016.
  • Polo, J., Specialist Plenary Speaker Exploring the boundaries of transcription factor-mediated reprogramming, Australian Academy of Science’s Theo Murphy High Flyer Think Tank, 2015.
  • Polo, J., Invited Speaker Exploring the boundaries of transcription factor-mediated reprogramming, Stem Cell Symposium, ComBio, 2015.
  • Polo, J., Invited Speaker Many roads lead to Rome – cell type specific routes to pluripotency, CiRA, 2016.
  • Polo, J., Invited Speaker Transient and permanent reconfiguration of chromatin and transcription factor occupancy drive reprogramming, ISSCR Asia Regional Meeting, 2017.
  • Polo, J., Invited Speaker Unveiling the human reprogramming pathway, Wellcome-MRC,Cambridge  Stem Cell Institute, UK..
  • Polo, J., Invited Speaker Unveiling the reprogramming process, 2013 International Society for Stem Cell Research and Cold Spring Harbor-Asia, October 14-18, 2013.
  • Polo, J., Invited Speaker Unveiling the reprogramming process, 7th Garvan Signalling Symposium, 13th and 14th of October, 2014.
  • Polo, J., Keynote Speaker Unveiling the reprogramming process, BioNano International Conference, 2014.
  • Polo, J., Invited Speaker Unveiling the reprogramming process, 2013 International Society for Stem Cell Research and Cold Spring Harbor-Asia, October 14-18, 2013.
  • Polo, J., Invited Speaker , 24 Hours of Stem Cells Virtual Symposium - November 14th, One Day Global event, 2013.
  • Polo, J., Co-Chair , Co-Chair of the Reprogramming Symposium, Stem Cells Stream at ComBio - ASBMB 2017.
  • Polo, J., Co-Organiser , Co-Organizer of the Cell Reprogramming Australia Annual Conference (2013-2015).
  • Polo, J., Lead Organiser , Lead organizer of the Australasian Society for Stem Cell Research Annual Meeting. November 2014.
  • Polo, J., Chair , Chair of the Pluripotency Symposium, Stem Cells Stream at ComBio – ASBMB, 2014.
  • Polo, J., Panellist & Session Chair , Epigenetics, 2015.
  • Polo, J., Invited Chair , Stem Cell Symposium, ComBio-ASBMB, 2014.
  • Polo, J., Invited Speaker , 24 Hours of Stem Cells Virtual Symposium - November 14th, One Day Global event, 2013.
  • Polo, J., Conference delegate , ISSCR Annual Meeting 2019 – International Society for Stem Cell Research.
  • Polo, J., Invited Speaker , Hunter Cell Biology Meeting.
  • Polo, J., Invited Speaker , Networks of Excellence Meeting.
  • Polo, J., Invited Speaker , South Australian Health & Medical Research Institute (SAHMRI) Annual Scientific Meeting.
  • Polo, J., Invited Speaker , Lowy Cancer Research Centre Seminar Series, UNSW.
  • Porrello, E.R., Invited talk Molecular mechanisms of postnatal versus adult regeneration, International Society for Heart Research World Congress.
  • Porrello, E.R., Invited talk Multicellular transcriptome analysis of mammalian heart regeneration, Company of Biologists Workshop on Tissue Plasticity and Cardiovascular Rejuvenation.
  • Porrello, E.R., Discussion Leader N/A, Gordon Research Conference on Epigenetic Regulation of Cardiovascular Disease.
  • Porrello, E.R., Scientific Programme Committee N/A, International Society for Heart Research World Congress.
  • Porrello, E.R., Invited talk Transcriptional analysis of mammalian heart regeneration, ComBio.
  • Porrello, E.R., Invited talk Transcriptional analysis of mammalian heart regeneration, Victor Chang 17th Annual Symposium/Australian Network of Cardiovascular Developmental Biologists.
  • Porrello, E.R., Invited Speaker Transcriptional analysis of mammalian heart regeneration., International Society for Heart Research World Congress.
  • Porrello, E.R., Invited Speaker Why does the mammalian heart lose its ability to regenerate after birth?, American Heart Association.
  • Porrello, E.R.,  , Cardiac Society of Australia and New Zealand and International Society for Heart Research.
  • Porrello, E.R.,  , Australian Physiological Society.
  • Porrello, E.R.,  , Australian Network of Cardiac and Vascular Biologists.
  • Porrello, ER., Chair, Local Organising Committee ANCVDB 2018, Australian Network of Cardiac and Vascular Developmental Biologists.
  • Porrello, ER., Invited Speaker Beta-catenin drives distinct transcriptional networks in regenerative and non-regenerative cardiomyocytes., COMBIO.
  • Porrello, ER., Invited Speaker High-content screening in human cardiac organoids identifies key proliferative pathways without functional side-effects., Functional High Throughput Technologies Australia (FHTTA).
  • Porrello, ER., Scientific Program Committee ISHR World Congress, International Society for Heart Research.
  • Porrello, ER., Invited Speaker Transcriptional regulation of heart development and regeneration., American Heart Association – Basic Cardiovascular Sciences.
  • Rathjen, J., Poster Novel inducers of Primitive streak intermediates formation., Australasian Society for Stem Cell Research; Oct 2013.
  • Rollo, B., Poster Stem cell-based modelling of SCN2A childhood epilepsy, Rare Disease: Australian Functional Genomics Conference.
  • Rosenthal, N., Seminar Accelerating regeneration: immune routes to enhanced tissue repair, Stanford University 2016.
  • Rosenthal, N., Panelist Forward Genetics, IMGC 2018.
  • Rosenthal, N., Plenary Lecture Immune control  of regeneration, Advanced Cell Therapy symposium.
  • Rosenthal, N., Plenary Lecture Immune control of cardiac regeneration, British Society for Gene and Cell Therapy Conference 2015.
  • Rosenthal, N., Plenary speaker Immune control of regeneration, International Society for Stem Cell Research 2017.
  • Rosenthal, N., Keynote speaker Immune control of regeneration, NIH Global Doctoral Parnerships Workshop 2017.
  • Rosenthal, N., Keynote speaker Immune control of regeneration, EMBL Australia 2017.
  • Rosenthal, N., Plenary Lecture Immune control of tissue repair, Nature Conference on Tissue Engineering 2016.
  • Rosenthal, N., Keynote Lecture Immune regulation of  cardiac regeneration, AAS Thinktank 2015.
  • Rosenthal, N., Keynote Lecture Immune regulation of  cardiac regeneration, Victor Change Cardiac Research Institute 17th Intl symposium, 2016.
  • Rosenthal, N., Plenary Lecture Immune regulation of  tissue regeneration, Workshop on Cardiomyocyte Biology 2015.
  • Rosenthal, N., Randall Lecture Immune regulation of  tissue regeneration, .
  • Rosenthal, N., Keynote Lecture Immune regulation of  tissue regeneration, EMBL Australia PhD Course 2015.
  • Rosenthal, N., Plenary Lecture Immune regulation of  tissue regeneration, MDIBL Regenerative Biology Symposium 2015.
  • Rosenthal, N., Keynote Lecture Immune regulation of  tissue regeneration, Winter School 2015.
  • Rosenthal, N., Keynote Lecture Immune regulation of  tissue regeneration, Medicine by Design 2016.
  • Rosenthal, N., Plenary Lecture Immune regulation of  tissue regeneration, Transdifferentiation and Tissue Plasticity in Cardiovascular Rejuvenation 2016.
  • Rosenthal, N., Plenary Lecture Immune regulation of cardiac regeneration, Keystone Symposia Non-Myocyte Cardiac Meeting 2015.
  • Rosenthal, N., Keynote Lecture Immune regulation of cardiac regeneration, BHF Centre of Regenerative Medicine – Annual Oxbridge Meeting 2015.
  • Rosenthal, N., Keynote Lecture Immune regulation of regeneration, Think X Symposium 2015.
  • Rosenthal, N., Plenary Lecture Immune regulation of regeneration, Keystone symposium on Molecular and Cellular Basis of Growth and Regeneration 2016.
  • Rosenthal, N., Plenary Lecture Immune regulation of regeneration, CDB symposium, March 2016.
  • Rosenthal, N., Plenary Lecture Lessons from development and regeneration, International symposium on stem cell therapy and cardiovascular innovations 2015.
  • Rosenthal, N., Plenary speaker Macrophages in Muscle Development, Disease and Repair, 2019 Gordon Research Conference in Tissue Repair.
  • Rosenthal, N., Plenary speaker Monterotondo 2000-2012, EMBL 20th anniversary symposium.
  • Rosenthal, N., Keynote speaker New strategies for accelerating cardiac regeneration, Nature Regeneration conference 2017.
  • Rosenthal, N., Keynote speaker New strategies for accelerating muscle regeneration, European Muscle Conference 2019.
  • Rosenthal, N., Plenary speaker New strategies for accelerating regeneration, Tufts Allen Discovery Center 207.
  • Rosenthal, N., Keynote speaker New strategies for accelerating regeneration, Mutant Mouse Regional Resource Center annual meeting 2017.
  • Rosenthal, N., Plenary speaker New strategies for accelerating regeneration, 7th NHLBI Symposium on Cardiovascular Regenerative Medicine, 2017.
  • Rosenthal, N., Keynote speaker New strategies for accelerating regeneration, Rocky Mountain National Laboratory 2018.
  • Rosenthal, N., Plenary speaker New strategies for accelerating regeneration, International Society on Stem Cell Research annual meeting 2018.
  • Rosenthal, N., Plenary speaker Of mice and CRISPR, Infrafrontier/IMPC 2017.
  • Rosenthal, N., Keynote speaker Regenerative medicine and the end of aging, Perkins Oratory, Perkins Institute July 2019.
  • Rosenthal, N., Plenary speaker The mouse ascending: prospects for gene discovery through diversity, HUGO 2018.
  • Rosenthal, N., Plenary speaker The mouse ascending: prospects for gene discovery through diversity, EWHA/JAX symposium 2018.
  • Rosenthal, N., Seminar The Mouse Ascending: Prospects for gene discovery through diversity, Murdoch, April 2019.
  • Rosenthal, N., Keynote Lecture Tinkering with regeneration: Report from the frontiers of new medicine, Child X Conference 2015.
  • Rosenthal, N., Keynote speaker What mice can teach us about precision medicine, Maine Medical Center Research Institute retreat 2018.
  • Rossello, F., Invited Speaker Understanding Cancer through NGS, Life Sciences Computation Centre, 2013.
  • Simpson, J., Oral Applications of RPPA in a high-throughput lab: using RPPA to investigate the molecular signals during development of human light-focusing micro-lenses, 8th Global Reverse Phase Protein Array Workshop (2019).
  • Spyrou, J, Poster Physiological oxygen facilitates the acquisition of a more Embryonic Stem Cell-like metabolic response in human induced Pluripotent Stem Cells., Society for Reproductive Biology (August 2018).
  • Spyrou, J, Poster Transcriptomic and metabolic analyses reveal reprogramming conditions impact the human iPSC response to oxygen and identify retention of somatic cell metabolic memory., ISSCR (June 2018).
  • Stanley, E., Invited speaker Analysis of human endoderm development using lineage specific reporter hESCs, ISSCR/CSH joint meeting.
  • Stanley, E., Invited speaker Analysis of human endoderm development using lineage specific reporter hESCs, International Conference on Stem cell Science and Policy.
  • Stanley, E., Panel Chair Cell-based immune therapy for transplantation, International Society of Transplantation.
  • Stanley, E., Invited speaker Genetic modification of pluripotent stem cells, KEY forum: Stem cells to organs.
  • Stanley, E., Invited speaker The challenge of generating functional beta cells in vitro, 13th International Congress of the Immunology of Diabetes Society.
  • Stefani, I., Keynote Rapid optimization of lineage commitment and media formulation using microfluidic bioreactors, The Emerging Therapeutics Summit 2016 (ETS'16),.
  • Stonehouse, O., Oral presentation Foetal liver multipotent progenitor cells possess enhanced in vivo reconstituting potential, International Society of Experimental Hematology Annual meeting (2019).
  • Stonehouse, O., Poster presentation Foetal liver multipotent progenitor cells possess enhanced in vivo reconstituting potential, International Society of Stem Cell Research (2018).
  • Swain, T., Invited Speaker Highly Effective Epigenome Editing and Gene Regulation By the Customizable dCas9-SSSavi Combinatorial Recruitment Platform, International Conference on Epigenetics and Bioengineering Conference (EpiBio), September 2019.
  • Tan, N., Poster Amino acid transporters in ES cells and the embryo; dynamic expression may underlie regulatory roles in ES cell differentiation., Stem Cells Society Singapore Symposium (SCSS) joint session with International Society for Cell Therapy (ISCT) 2012.
  • Tan, N., Poster Amino acids and the regulation of ES cell differentiation and the embryo., Melbourne Cell and Developmental Biology Meeting (2013).
  • Tan, N., Poster Amino Acids and the regulation of ES cell differentiation., Stem Cells and Metabolism (Nov 2012).
  • Tan, N., Poster Amino acids and the regulation of ES cell differentiation., Cell Reprogramming Australia; Oct 2013.
  • Tan, N., Poster System A amino acid transporters in pluripotent ES cells and the embryo., Australasian Society for Stem Cell Research; Oct 2013.
  • Tan, N., Poster Understanding the role of System A amino acid transporters in preimplantation embryo development, Society for Reproductive Biology; 2014.
  • Tanner, C., Oral ‘You must click the button and donate’: Online crowdsourcing to fund unproven stem cell treatments, ISSCR.
  • Tanner, C., Invited speaker, panel member Patient perspectives, experiences and engagement, Panel: Setting ethical standards: Driving clinical translation and countering predatory marketing, ISSCR.
  • Taoudi, S., Invited speaker Formation of prenatal platelets, Gordon Research Symposium, Megakaryocytes and Platelets (2017).
  • Taoudi, S., Session co-chair Megakaryocyte Development and Platelet Biogenesis, International Symposium on Thrombostasis and Hemostasis (2019).
  • Taoudi, S., organising committee Platelets and Megakaryocytes, International Symposium on Thrombostasis and Hemostasis (2019).
  • Teo, L., Poster Early-life regulator of astrocyte reactivity attenuates scarring and improve neuronal sparing after focal ischemia, Japan Neuroscience Society (2019).
  • Teo, L., Poster Early-life regulator of astrocyte reactivity attenuates scarring and improve neuronal sparing after focal ischemia in adult marmoset monkeys, JNS.
  • Teo, L., Poster Linking development and regeneration: ephrin-A1 attenuates scarring after injury, Society for Neuroscience (2016).
  • Teo, L., Oral Linking development and regeneration; ephrin-A1 attenuates scarring after injury, APSN 2016.
  • Teo, L., Poster , Society for Neuroscience (2014).
  • Thompson, L., Oral presentation Limited neurogenesis in the adult and developing brain – implications for neural repair., Australasian Winter Conference on Brain Research.
  • Turnley. AM., Invited Speaker Glial Cells: response to traumatic brain injury (TBI) in the developing brain, 6th Australian Neurotrauma Symposium.
  • Turnley. AM., Invited Speaker Regulation of neural precursor cell differentiation in the normal and injured brain, Understanding the Function of Glia in the Healthy and Diseased CNS - Satellite Meeting of the 25th ISN Biennial Meeting, Sydney. (Aug 19-22, 2015.
  • Wells, C., Invited speaker , 6th annual meeting of the Australian Network of Cardiac and Vascular Developmental Biologists.
  • Wells, C., Keynote Speaker , UQ  Winter School in Mathematical and Computational Biology.
  • Wells, C., Invited member, , FANTOM 6.
  • Wells, C., Invited speaker, , Hunter Valley meeting in Systems Biology.
  • Wells, C., Invited speaker , Australasian Society for Stem Cell Research, Sydney.
  • Kilpatrick, K., Plenary Interrogation of the Pathogenesis of Progressive MS for Therapeutic Benefit, International Society of Neuroimmunology.
  • Taoudi, S., Invited speaker Megakaryocyte membrane budding drives in vivo platelet biogenesis, Asia Australia Vascular Biology Meeting.
  • Wells, C., Invited participant , The Human Cell Atlas equity meeting.
  • Wells, C., Keynote Speaker Atlas projects accelerate life sciences, BioinfoSummer The Australian Maths Institute.
  • Wells, C., Invited participant , The Human Cell Atlas Asia workshop.
  • Wells, C., Keynote speaker , EMBL Australia postgraduate conference.
  • Wells, C., Abstract selected speaker (plenary session) The Stemformatics resource, 2019 ISSCR annual meeting.
  • Choi, J., Poster presentation Consclust method for cluster selection in single cell data, 2019 Human Cell Atlas investigator meeting.
  • Wells, C., 2018 FANTOM Workshop speaker , 2018 HUGO - Human Genome meeting.
  • Wells, C., Invited speaker The Stemformatics resource, 2018 Stem Cell Network, University College.
  • Wells, C., Abstract committee , 2018 ISSCR,.
  • Wells, C., External expert reviewer , ELIXIR Evaluation Committee – FAIR data platforms.
  • Wells, C., Keynote speaker The Stemformatics resource, Seventh International Symposium on Animal Functional Genomics (ISFAG 2018).
  • Wolvetang, E., Key note speaker Big questions for stem cell derived minibrains, TedX UQ 2016.
  • Wolvetang, E., Invited speaker Cell reprogramming approaches to cure disease: the way of the future, AusBiotech conference 2014.
  • Wolvetang, E., invited CRISPR-enabled functional genomics approaches in Down syndrome iPSCs, 3rd T21RS International Conference 2019.
  • Wolvetang, E., invited CRISPR-enabled functional genomics approaches in Down syndrome iPSCs, 3rd T21RS International Conference 2019.
  • Wolvetang, E., Invited Elucidating the impact of APP in DS pathogenesis using stem cell models, Combio.
  • Wolvetang, E., Key note speaker Functional genomics approaches to human neurological diseases, Australia-China symposium 2015.
  • Wolvetang, E., Invited speaker Functional genomics approaches to human neurological diseases, IMB. Seminar 2015.
  • Wolvetang, E., Keynote Functional genomics approaches to human neurological diseases., SCDMDD 2018.
  • Wolvetang, E., Invited Functional genomics approaches to neurological diseases with human induced pluripotent cells., Seminar.
  • Wolvetang, E., Key note speaker Functional genomics of trisomy 21, Human Genetics Society of Australia, 12th symposium 2015.
  • Wolvetang, E., Invited speaker Human functional genomics, The International Bioeconomy Conference, Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST) 2015.
  • Wolvetang, E., Plenary Human functional genomics approaches for neurological diseases, Tissue Engineering & Regenerative Medicine.
  • Wolvetang, E., Keynote speaker Human Induced Pluripotent Cells as Tools to Study or Treat Neurological Diseases, Stem Cells for Bionics 2014.
  • Wolvetang, E., Invited speaker Interrogating the brain the the dish, SCA annual conference 2014.
  • Wolvetang, E., Invited speaker. Mission Massimo - Diagnosis to Therapy, GLIA 2015.
  • Wolvetang, E., Invited Nutraceutical rescue of pathological changes  in iPSC-derived neural cell types from a childhood leukodystrophyc caused by mutations in Aspartate-tRNA synthetase (DARS, The Hunter Cell Biology 2018.
  • Wolvetang, E., Invited Nutraceutical rescue of pathological changes in ipsc-derived neural cell types from a childhood leukodystrophy caused by mutations in aspartate trna synthetase, ISSCR 2018.
  • Wolvetang, E., Invited speaker Reprogramming and disease modelling, ASSCR conference 2014.
  • Wolvetang, E., Invited speaker. Stem cell based functional genomics of human neurological diseases, Stem Cells & Regenerative Medicine Satellite 2016.
  • Won, L., Oral Targeted nanoparticle based direct cardiac reprogramming,, Centre for Cardiovascular and Vascular Biology (CCVB) conference 2016.
  • Xing YL., Invited Speaker Adult neural precursor cells from the subventricular zone contribute significantly to oligodendrocyte regeneration and remyelination, 34th Annual Meeting of the Australian Neuroscience Society, 28th-31st January 2014.
  • Xing YL., Invited Speaker Myelin regeneration by precursor cells in the adult central nervous system, ComBio Meeting, 28th Sept – 2nd Oct 2014.
  • Zalcenstein, D., Poster Revised 3’-tag single cell protocol on haematopoietic stem and progenitor cells reveals the molecular nature of early lineage priming, Single Cell Genomics conference 2016.
  • Zalcenstein, D., Poster Single Cell RNA-seq reveals Dach1 expression segregates lymphoid and myeloid fate in early heamatopoiesis, Single Cell Genomics conference 2017.