May 2, 2016

Minister of Education for the State of Western Australia visited Eijkman Institute

The Honourable Peter Collier MLC, Minister of Education for the State of Western Australia visited Eijkman Institute on May 2, 2016. The purpose of the visit was to increase awareness of Western Australian universities in medical molecular biology and biotechnology as well as to discuss the potential collaboration between the Eijkman Institute and Western Australian universities. Minister Collier was accompanied by delegates of Western Australian universities representatives:

Prof. Paul Johnson - Vice Chancellor, University of Western Australia
Mr. Ian Watt - Pro-Vice Chancellor, University of Western Australia
Prof. Deborah Terry - Vice Chancellor, Curtin University
Assoc. Prof. Simon Leunig - Deputy Vice Chancellor, Curtin University
Prof. Eeva Leinonen - Vice Chancellor, Murdoch University
Prof. Andrew Taggart - Deputy Vice Chancellor, Murdoch University
Prof. Arshad Omari - Deputy Vice Chancellor, Edith Cowan University
Prof. Simon Ridings - Deputy Vice Chancellor, Edith Cowan University
Prof. Celia Hammond - Vice Chancellor, University of Notre Dame
Prof. Peta Sanderson - Deputy Vice Chancellor, University of Notre Dame
Mr. Mike Ryan - Executive Director, Study Perth
Mr. Richard Strickland - Director General, Department of Education Services
Michael Tetlow - Senior Media Adviser, Office of the Minister











Prof. Amin Soebandrio (Director of Eijkman Institute) explaining research at Eijkman Institute to Minister Hollier during lab tour.

Discussion between Eijkman Institute, Minister of Education of Western Australia, and delegates from Western Australian universities.

Prof. Amin and Minister Holiler exhanging institution's memorabilia.

Group photo of Minister Hollier, delegates from Western Australian universities, and researchers of Eijkman Institute.