Previous Mendel Lectures

New Perspectives and Prospects in Genetics

First Mendel Lecture

By Prof. Dr. Bruce W. Holloway,
From Department of Genetics and Developmental Biology, Monash University, Australia, 1994

Second Mendel Lecture

Second Mendel Lecture

By Nobel Laureate Prof. Dr. James Watson,
From Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, New York, United States, 1996

Perspectives on the Science of Genetics in Malaysia

Third Mendel Lecture

By Prof. Dr. Yong Hoi Seng,
From Institute of Biological Sciences, University of Malaya, Malaysia, 1998

Implementation of New Technologies

4th Mendel Lecture

By Prof. Dr. Brian Kinghorn,
From Twynam Chair of Animal Breeding Technologies, University of New England, Australia, 2000

The Human Genome, Medical Advances, Public Perceptions and Cloning People

5th Mendel Lecture

By Prof. Dr. Bob Williamson,
Director, Murdoch Childrens Research Institute, Melbourne, Australia

Bioethics, Cloning and Response of the Global Community via the United Nations

6th Mendel Lecture

By Prof. Dato’ Dr. Zakri A. Hamid,
Director, United Nations University, Tokyo, Japan

Like Peas in a Pod: Cloning and Stem Cells in the 21th Century

7th Mendel Lecture

By Prof. Dr. Alan Colman,
CEO and Senior Scientist, A*Star Centre for Molecular Medicine, Singapore

Realigning the Evolution: Viruses in Focus

8th Mendel Lecture

By Prof. Datin Paduka Dr. Khatijah Mohd Yusoff,
Deputy Secretary General (Science), Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation (MOSTI), Putrajaya, Malaysia, 2009

Mendelian Genetics to Functional Genomics in Rice Science: An imperative for Food Security and Environmental Health

9th Mendel Lecture

By Prof. Dr. Gurdev Singh Khush,
From University of California, Davis, 2011

Frontline of Evolutionary and Comparative Genomics

10th Mendel Lecture

By Professor Dr. Takashi Gojobori,
From National Institute of Genetics, Japan, 2013