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 November 2016
Tuesday 15
8:30 - Course - Introductory Statistics : The course is open to anyone and is designed for people with little or no knowledge of statistics who want to develop understanding of basic statistics. Website | More Information
The aim of this course is to introduce you to basic statistics. It will cover descriptive statistics (means and standard deviations); data exploration; basic categorical data analysis; simple linear regression and basic analysis of variance (ANOVA). The statistical package SPSS will be used to (...)
Tuesday 22
13:00 - SEMINAR - Experimental Medicine - A junior class and a Master of Science program : School of Anatomy, Physiology & Human Biology Seminar Series Website | More Information
The Seminar: The education of medical school students in Germany in topics of experimental research is unsatisfactory. To train interested and selected medical students from their first year onwards in scientific thinking and methodology with a strong focus on laboratory experimentation in active (...)
Tuesday 29
8:30 - Short Course - R Basics : This practical course introduces you to R, one of the most powerful tools for statistical computing. Website | More Information
R is a free and extremely powerful language and software environment for statistical computing, data analysis, and graphics. The course is designed for those who have no experience with R, but have a basic understanding of statistics. Those without this experience are encouraged to attend the (...)

 December 2016
Thursday 01
18:00 - PUBLIC TALK - The Central Role of RNA in Human Evolution and Development : The 2016 Ian Constable Lecture Website | More Information
The 2016 Ian Constable Lecture by Professor John Mattick, Executive Director, Garvan Institute of Medical Research, Sydney.

The genomic programming of human development has been misunderstood because of the initially reasonable, but ultimately incorrect, assumption that most genetic (...)

18:00 - FREE LECTURE - The 2016 Ian Constable Lecture : Prof John Mattick | Garvan Institute of Medical Research, Sydney Website | More Information
The 2016 Ian Constable Lecture will be delivered by Professor John Mattick, Executive Director, Garvan Institute of Medical Research, Sydney. The topic will cover Ē The central role of RNA in human evolution and development. Ē
Sunday 04
13:00 - CONFERENCE - 6th Margaret River Region Forum & 9th ASSCR Annual Scientific Meeting 2016 Website | More Information
Dear Colleagues

We are delighted to invite you to the Joint Sixth Margaret River Region Forum and Ninth ASSCR Annual Scientific Meeting. This conference brings together local, national and international experts, students and early career researchers in basic science, clinical research (...)
Tuesday 06
16:00 - EVENT - Special Psychology Colloquium: Prof Dorothy Bishop (Oxford) More Information
Special Psychology Colloquium

Tuesday 6th December 4:00-5:00pm in Bayliss MCS G.33, followed by post-talk drinks in the Psychology Courtyard.

Presenter: Prof Dorothy Bishop (Oxford)

Title: What is the reproducibility crisis and what can we do about it?

Abs (...)

 February 2017
Tuesday 28
13:00 - SEMINAR - Plasma steroid-binding proteins: Gatekeepers of steroid hormone action : School of Human Sciences (APHB) Seminar Series Website | More Information
The Seminar: Biologically active steroids are transported in the blood by albumin, sex hormone-binding globulin (SHBG) and corticosteroid-binding globulin (CBG). These plasma proteins also regulate the non-protein-bound or "free" fractions of circulating steroid hormones that are (...)

 March 2017
Wednesday 01
15:00 - SEMINAR - WEBINAR: Getting Started with Assessment and Feedback in Higher Education : This webinar will concentrate on: Matching marks to criteria; Assuring standards; Ensuring inter-assessor and intra-assessor reliability; effective assessment design; and giving effective feedback Website | More Information
Starting out with assessment can be terrifying. People often ask themselves questions like: How do I know how good this work is? There are such diverse responses how do I know which ones are the highest quality? How do I know if my marks match up to those of my fellow assessors? How much damage (...)
Thursday 02
12:00 - SEMINAR - "High resolution analysis of quantitative traits, adaptive evolution and mRNA stability using budding yeast" Website | More Information
David Gresham is a Professor at the Center for Genomics and Systems Biology (CGSB) at New York University. Prior to starting his lab at NYU in 2009, David was a post-doctoral fellow at Princeton University working with David Botstein on genome-scale analysis of copy number and nucleotide variation (...)
Tuesday 07
13:00 - SEMINAR - Placental origins of adult health and disease : School of Human Sciences (APHB) Seminar Series Website | More Information
The Seminar: Environmental challenges in utero perturb fetal growth and alter subsequent adult health outcomes. The role of the placenta and in particular, placental vasculature, in modulating these processes is uncertain. This imbalance in knowledge needs to be addressed in order to develop much (...)
Thursday 09
12:00 - SEMINAR - "íSorting-Outí Protein Trafficking in Skeletal Disease" Website | More Information
Dr Nathan Pavlos is an Associate Professor and Head of the Cellular Orthopaedics Laboratory at the School of Biomedical Sciences (UWA). He completed his PhD studies in Cell Biology at UWA (2005) and undertook his postdoctoral training as an NHMRC CJ Martin Research Fellow at the Max-Planck-Institute (...)
Tuesday 14
13:00 - SEMINAR - CMCA Seminar: Mechanobiology meets Immunology - Mechanical forces during T-cell activation : The understanding of antigen recognition and the following gene regulation may lead to better designs of immune-modulating therapeutics and vaccines. More Information
Modern molecular biology, with its emphasis on analysis of entire genomes, has provided a 'parts list' of cellular proteins as well as an enumeration of many of their associations, including receptor and ligand interactions. Missing from the molecular biological approaches, however, is an analysis (...)
Thursday 16
12:00 - SEMINAR - "Inside or outside, whatís best for your eyes?" Website | More Information
Excessive UV exposure can be damaging for your skin and your eyes. However, lack of time spent outdoors increases the risk of myopia. Data from the Raine, Busselton, Kidskin, Australian Twin Registry, WA liked data and the WA Eye Protection Study are helping to identify the optimal time outdoors (...)
Friday 24
13:00 - SEMINAR - Putting the balance back in diet: the nutritional geometry of health and ageing : SBS seminar series - invited speaker More Information
What constitutes a nutritionally balanced diet and how does diet balance impact health, reproduction and longevity? These are fundamental questions in biology that are of considerable significance to public health. In the talk I will set out a framework for describing the multidimensional nature of (...)
Tuesday 28
13:00 - SEMINAR - Making useful human retina in vitro : School of Human Sciences (APHB) Seminar Series Website | More Information
The Seminar: A major goal in the stem cell field has been to generate human somatic tissues in vitro which closely represent their native counterparts in both structure and function. Such tissue represents an incredibly useful tool for the study of human development and disease, drug development (...)
Wednesday 29
9:00 - WORKSHOP - Athena SWAN workshop - STEMM Faculties Website | More Information
UWA has a long tradition of supporting diversity and equity initiatives. But what is life like on the ground for researchers? Do you experience an exciting and diverse culture around you? Does UWA walk the talk on inclusion? How do we bring our practices into line with our aspirations, policies and (...)
Thursday 30
9:00 - WORKSHOP - Come to the ALLY training workshop : Any staff member or student who wishes to better understand the issues and needs of LGBTI staff and students, and is willing to consider becoming an ALLY. Website | More Information
This workshop aims to raise participant awareness of the life experience, issues and needs of LGBTI staff and students with a particular focus on campus and work or study experiences. Participants who complete the workshop can elect to become part of the ALLY Network.

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12:00 - SEMINAR - "Jak/STAT Mediated Regulation of Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis" Website | More Information
Dr PrÍle is a Senior Research Fellow with the Centre for Cell Therapy and Regenerative Medicine, School of Biomedical Sciences, the University of Western Australia and the Institute for Respiratory Health. She is also the Administrative Director for the Centre for Cell Therapy and Regenerative (...)

 April 2017
Thursday 06
12:00 - SEMINAR - "Mechanisms of immune evasion by microbial pathogens" Website | More Information
Ana Traven obtained her PhD in 2002 from the University of Zagreb Croatia, followed by postdoctoral training at the St. Vincentís Institute in Melbourne (2003-2008). In 2009, she was recruited to Monash University, where she is currently an Associate Professor and Head of the Laboratory for fungal (...)


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