VICTORIA AND TASMANIA Branch
|Name:||A/Prof. Scott Mueller|
|Affiliation:||Peter Doherty Institute (PDI) and the Department of Microbiology and Immunology at The University of Melbourne|
The IgV is the Victorian and Tasmanian regional branch of the Australian and New Zealand Society for Immunology (ASI). Committee members are elected from several different biomedical institutes across the region, and oversee activities for local members.
|Mark Chong||President||St Vincent's Institute|
|Lisa Mielke||Secretary||Olivia Newton-John Cancer Centre|
|Ashley Mansell||Treasurer||Hudson Institute|
|Scott Mueller||VIC /Tas Councillor||Doherty Institute/The University of Melbourne|
|Stuart Berzins||Federation University|
|Katrina Binger||Latrobe University|
|Phil Darcy||Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre|
|Kirsten Fairfax||Menzies Institute|
|Guna Karupiah||University of Tasmania|
|Nicole La Gruta||Monash University|
|Mireille Lahoud||Monash University|
|Sarah Londrigan||Doherty Institute/The University of Melbourne|
|Andrew Murphy||Baker Institute|
|Daniel Pellicci||Murdoch Institute|
|Clare Slaney||Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre|
|Taylah Bennett||Student Sub-committee||Monash University|
|Xavier Sng||Student Sub-committee||Monash University|
The 2020 Immunology Group of Victoria (IgV) Scientific Meeting is going online!
Join us via zoom on October 23rd 2020 for our exciting annual scientific meeting featuring a fantastic line-up of national keynote speakers.
2020 IgV Career Webinar Series
The IgV webinar series are perfect for students and consist of three sessions between July - August.
Please see our ASI Events Calendar to register.
Session 1 (Thursday 30th July 2020, 4pm AEST): What’s next once you finish your PhD?
Session 2 (Thursday August 13th 2020 4pm AEST): Navigating different career stages
Session 3 (Thursday 27th August time TBC): Outside academia - alternative career paths for an Immunologist