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Displaying from Wednesday, September 13, 2017
 September 2017
Wednesday 13
18:00 - EVENT - WA Department of Health Youth Health Policy Community Conversation #2 : If you are 13-24 we want to hear your thoughts on the new Youth Health Policy! Website | More Information
Are you aged 13 - 24? We want to hear from YOU! We want to find out what you think about health services for young people. The WA Department of Health wants to hear from people aged 13 – 24 about the WA Youth Health Policy. You are invited to come along and share your thoughts and ideas.

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Tuesday 26
13:00 - SEMINAR - Whoops: Aussie kids’ dental decay reported as ‘somewhat inflated’. Ethical Dilemmas in Money, Research and Policy : School of Human Sciences (APHB) Seminar Series Website | More Information
The Seminar: Modern research in public health can make substantial differences to millions of people. With this scale in change comes responsibility. Responsibility in ensuring high quality evidence-based decisions are made, resting on good, sound evidence. It brings substantive risk when (...)

 October 2017
Tuesday 03
16:00 - EVENT - Psychology Colloquium: From clinical to pre-clinical research - using animal models to understand the neurobiology of schizophrenia (E/Prof Pat Michie, University of Newcastle) More Information
Psychology Colloquium

Tuesday 3rd October 4:00-5:00pm in Bayliss MCS G.33, followed by post-talk drinks in the Psychology Courtyard (or, in bad weather, the Psychology Common Room, 2nd floor of main psychology building)

Presenter: E/Prof Pat Michie (University of Newcastle)
Wednesday 11
18:00 - PUBLIC LECTURE - Genome research produces new anti-malarial drug targets : The 2017 Ian Constable lecture by Professor Simon Foote - Director of The John Curtin School of Medical Research at The Australian National University Website | More Information
In a malarial infection, there is a competition between the malaria parasite and the host. If the malarial parasite can reproduce sufficiently rapidly, it can reach a level of parasitaemia that is lethal to the host. However, if its rate of growth is slowed, the host’s adaptive immune response can (...)
Monday 16
14:00 - SYMPOSIUM - The Clever Country: The importance of investing in regional and remote students Website | More Information
This symposium brings together a panel of experts from across Australia to discuss ways to support regional and remote students to succeed in higher education. The purpose is to explore the value of investing in higher education from the perspective of the individual, community and the university (...)
Tuesday 17
13:00 - SEMINAR - The early life origins of cardiorespiratory disease : School of Human Sciences (APHB) Seminar Series Website | More Information
Dr. Wang’s PhD was carried out with the Early Origins of Adult Health Research Group, University of South Australia. Her research focused on the associations between low birth weight and the risk of cardiovascular disease in adult life. Her studies demonstrated that reduced substrate supply in (...)
Tuesday 24
13:00 - SEMINAR - Assessing APP96-110 as a novel neuroprotective agent against traumatic spinal cord injury. : School of Human Sciences Seminar Series More Information
The Seminar: Sarah’s PhD thesis entitled “Immunomodulatory and neuroprotective approaches including human mesenchymal precursor cell transplantation for spinal cord injury repair” investigated combined immunomodulatory, drug and cell based therapies for spinal cord injury (SCI) repair in a Nude rat (...)

 November 2017
Wednesday 08
12:30 - VISITING SPEAKER - What causes asthma? Genes, infections, and therapeutic choices Website | More Information
12.30pm – lunch 1.00pm – 2.00pm – presentation

William Cookson is Professor of Genomic Medicine at Imperial College London and Head of Respiratory Sciences for the College. He is Head of the Asmarley Centre for Genomic Medicine at the National Heart and Lung Institute. He won a Joint (...)
Tuesday 21
18:00 - PUBLIC TALK - The Human Brain Surviving Without Oxygen Website | More Information
A public lecture by Philip Ainslie, Canada Research Chair in Cerebrovascular Physiology and Co-Director, Centre for Heart, Lung & Vascular Health, The University of British Columbia and UWA Institute of Advanced Studies Visiting Fellow.

Relative to its size, the brain is the most (...)
Wednesday 29
16:00 - SEMINAR - CMCA Seminar Series: Exploring magnetism in biology using defects indiamond More Information
Magnetic resonance spectroscopy techniques have changed the face of biomedical research and our view of the human body to the point where electron spin resonance (ESR), nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR)and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) now permeate most areas of clinical science and research (...)

 January 2018
Monday 15
13:00 - SEMINAR - Cardiodegeneration and the paradoxical response of the antioxidant response protein Nrf2 : School of Human Sciences (APHB) Seminar Series More Information
Speaker: Professor Des Richardson holds the Chair of Cancer Cell Biology at the University of Sydney, Australia, and is a National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) of Australia Senior Principal Research Fellow. He has published > 407 articles, reviews, patents, chapters etc., over (...)

 February 2018
Tuesday 27
13:00 - SEMINAR - Losing excess body weight or fat without losing strength or lean tissues : School of Human Sciences Seminar Series Website | More Information
While reducing excess body weight or fat is important for certain athletes and for the treatment of overweight and obesity, it is essential that weight loss interventions do not result in losses of physical strength or lean tissues such as muscle and bone, any of which could impair physical (...)

 March 2018
Friday 16
15:00 - PUBLIC TALK - What is Creativity and How do We Develop it in an Educational Setting? : Public talk with Alana Lewis Website | More Information
In 2008, the Melbourne Declaration on Educational Goals for Young Australians, states that successful learners are ‘’creative, innovative and resourceful and are able to solve problems in ways that draw upon a range of learning areas and disciplines’’. Through polymathic principles, is it possible (...)
Wednesday 21
15:30 - SEMINAR - Reigniting the role of physics in medicine More Information
Medical Physics is a highly interdisciplinary field at the intersection between physics and medicine and biology. Medical Physics is aiming at development of novel applications of physical processes and techniques in various areas of medicine and biology. Medical Physics had and continues to have (...)

 April 2018
Tuesday 03
13:30 - SEMINAR - Bioporintonomics – Can we in fact print tissue and organs or did we neglect genuinely that biology matters : School of Human Sciences Seminar Series - 3 April, 2018 (Prof. Dietmar Hutmacher) More Information
Abstract: InAdditive manufacturing (AM) —the industrial version of 3D printing—is a revolutionary method which has tremendous potential in numerous applications areas in science and industry. AM allows rapid design and fabrication of highly customized parts e.g. it has been used to produce (...)

 May 2018
Tuesday 01
13:00 - SEMINAR - Up Down Up … Revisiting the Science of Altitude Training for Team Sports : School of Human Sciences (APHB) Seminar Series Website | More Information
Seminar: Historically, altitude training emerged in the 1960s and was limited to the “Live High Train High” method for the endurance athletes looking for increasing their hemoglobin mass and the oxygen transport. This “classical” method was completed in 1990s by the “Live High Train Low” (LHTL) (...)
Monday 21
15:00 - VISITING SPEAKER - Industry Mentoring in STEM (IMNIS) : A prestigious mentoring program that connects PhD students in their 2nd year with high level industry leaders Website | More Information
Wednesday 23
13:00 - VISITING SPEAKER - Research internships for HDRs through APR.Intern : Placing PhD candidates into short-term industry internships Website | More Information
The APR.Intern program is supported by DET and provides a government rebate to industry partners to place PhD candidates under the support of their academic mentors into a short term industry internship. Some 1400 students are to be placed by 2020 (nationally)- come along to learn more about how to (...)
Tuesday 29
13:00 - EVENT - China’s devastated ecosystem and its impacts on biodiversity and wellbeing : School of Human Sciences (APHB) Seminar Series Website | More Information
In the context of limited industry, dramatic human population growth, and driven by mercantilism since the 1950s, China has embarked on an unprecedented period of agricultural expansion, natural resource depletion, industrialization, economic reforms and urbanization. In order to understand how (...)

 June 2018
Monday 25
9:00 - SYMPOSIUM - CCTRM Symposium : Hottest topics in cell therapy and regenerative medicine More Information
The Centre for Cell Therapy and Regenerative Medicine is holding a mid-Winter Symposium around the visit by a delegation of stem cell scientists from Helmholtz Centre Munich.

The Helmholtz presentations will be headlined by Micha Drukker, leader of the Pluripotent Stem Cell (...)


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