[ASC-list] Melbourne Free ANZAAS Science Talk, GTAC, Wednesday 19th June, Prof David Vaux, "Death of a Cell – Means, Motive, Opportunity"
vaux at wehi.edu.au
Tue Jun 11 00:34:12 UTC 2019
Science Talk, MELBOURNE
All welcome, free, bring your friends!
Free pizza and drinks after the talk
At GTAC, in the grounds of University High School, corner Royal Parade and Story Street, Parkville (enter off Story Street or Royal Parade)
Wednesday 19th June 2019, 6:30 pm
Professor David Vaux
The Walter and Eliza Hall Institute
"Death of a Cell – Means, Motive, Opportunity"
A human has about a million billion cells. Every second, since the day we were born, over a million cells divide in two. To maintain the correct number of cells, every second another million of our cells trigger an in-built self-destruct process to kill themselves. In this talk, Professor Vaux will describe the nature of this cell death mechanism, how it works, how this was determined, what happens if it goes wrong, and how this knowledge is being used to make new medicines.
David Vaux is Deputy Director of The Walter and Eliza Hall Institute (WEHI). He graduated in medicine from the University of Melbourne in 1984, did a PhD at WEHI, and then a post-doc at Stanford, before returning to Australia in 1993.
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We are pleased to acknowledge the support by CSL and GTAC for the ANZAAS Melbourne science talks series
Further Info: David Vaux 9345 2941<tel:9345%202941> davidlaurencevaux at gmail.com<mailto:davidlaurencevaux at gmail.com>
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