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Displaying from Sunday, May 01, 2011
 May 2011
Monday 02
8:30 - SYMPOSIUM - Cell Signalling and Translational Medicine : Satellite Meeting of the 3rd Australia-China Biomedical Research Conference (ACBRC) More Information
Join researchers from across Australia and China for this fascinating insight into the importance of cell signalling and translational medicine. The four sessions, Novel Therapies and Genomic Information; Tissue Engineering and Bio-therapeutics; Molecular Targets for Metabolic and Degenerative (...)
Tuesday 10
11:00 - SEMINAR - Tuesday Seminar - Anne McKenzie & Hayley Haines : What's new in consumer & community participation at SPH and Launch of the Consumer & Community Participation in Health & Medical Research Fact Sheet Series Website | More Information
The seminar will start with Anne McKenzie’s take on what is new in consumer and community participation in research at the School of Population Health and her perspectives on moving forward with the results of the consumer and community participation audit. Hayley Haines has recently joined us (...)

18:00 - VISITING SPEAKER - THE VALUE OF EDUCATION - Part 1 : is to build and strengthen one’s inner personality Website | More Information
The word educate is derived from educare (Latin), meaning to draw out, to bring out potential. Educational systems, the world over, are based on thrusting knowledge onto students, instead of drawing it out of them. As a result, students become well informed on one or more subjects. Such education (...)
Wednesday 11
16:00 - SEMINAR - CWR Presents: : Making mental health top of mind Website | More Information
When hearing the term ‘mental health’, most people think of mental illness. A growing body of research demonstrates the ability of individuals to improve their mental health through a range of simple behaviours, but it is difficult to get people to engage with mental health as a topic and (...)

18:00 - VISITING SPEAKER - THE VALUE OF EDUCATION - Part 2 : This is the second seminar in a two-part seminar series Website | More Information
Intelligence is acquired knowledge of a particular subject or subjects. But being knowledgeable in no way renders your intellect clear to think, reason and decide on matters pertaining to life. A person could be highly intelligent, yet impractical in day to day living. For example, a scientist may (...)
Tuesday 17
11:00 - VISITING SPEAKER - Tuesday Seminar - Prof Gareth Stratton : 2011 Healthway Visiting Fellow: How can we effectively promote physical activity to children? Website | More Information
Professor Stratton’s is the 2011 Healthway Visiting Fellow and his areas of health promotion expertise are centred around physical activity, fitness and overweight/obesity in children and young people. His work on physical activity during school recess time is recognised as one of the most (...)
Wednesday 18
15:30 - CONFERENCE - Australasian Society for Dermatology Research Meeting Website | More Information
2011 ANNUAL SCIENTIFIC MEETING REGISTRATION STILL OPEN
Friday 20
10:00 - LECTURE - Editing techniques for academic writing : A systematic approach for editing and refining your writing will be outlined More Information
Dr Michael Azariadis will outline a systematic approach for editing and refining your academic writing.
Monday 30
12:30 - SEMINAR - The Lung Institute of WA invites you to a free seminar by Mr Bob Muir, ChemCentre : Chemicals in warfare and terrorism: evolution, biochemistry & detection Website | More Information
Bob Muir’s career as chemometrician; part analytical chemist, part statistician has spanned over 16 years. He is the Senior Chemist and Research Officer for ChemCentre, Perth. Previously Bob worked for DSTO, part of the Australian Department of Defence and prior to that the Defence Science & (...)

 June 2011
Monday 20
16:30 - PUBLIC LECTURE - Open Public Lecture : Advancing research on the built environment and active living: working with policy makers and designing natural experiments Website | More Information
“Building Cities to Promote Health: Evidence to action” Professor Jim Sallis (San Diego, USA) Professor Jim Sallis is Director of The Active Living Research Centre at San Diego State University, which has received over US$27 million in funding from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation to develop (...)
Monday 27
9:00 - EVENT - Food and Nutrition in Population Health : Winter School intensive unit Website | More Information
This unit introduces the principles of essential human nutrition with applications to public health. This unit will provide students with a basic introduction to food and nutrition as well as applications to public health. Applied topics include nutrition for different life stages; popular diets; (...)

12:00 - SEMINAR - Vaccines to prevent respiratory infections in children and adults: Where are we headed? : Medical Research Seminar Series - light lunch at 12noon with presentation starting at 12.30pm Website | More Information
A/Professor Peter Richmond is a General Paediatrician & Paediatric Immunologist at Princess Margaret Hospital for Children and the School of Paediatrics and Child Health at UWA. A/Professor Richmond is also the director of the Vaccine Trials Group, a multidisciplinary research group whose aim (...)
Thursday 30
8:30 - SYMPOSIUM - A Life Worth Hearing : A Hearing Research Symposium Website | More Information
A symposium on ear and hearing research, held in conjunction with the Raine Lecture to be given by Prof De Wet Swanepoel, the Raine Visiting Professor at the Ear Sciences Centre, School of Surgery, for 2011. De Wet Swanepoel, University of Pretoria, has extensive experience in paediatric audiology (...)

 July 2011
Friday 08
9:00 - COURSE - Aboriginal Health : Winter School 5-day intensive unit Website | More Information
Aboriginal Health begins with an examination of the impact of historical events on the health of present day Aboriginal communities.

The implications of the intercultural influences of Europeans on Indigenous populations are drawn.

Unit outline In this five-day unit, students (...)

12:00 - Focus Groups - Dogs And Physical Activity Intervention Study (DAPA-IS) Focus Groups : Exploring barriers and Motivators to Walking your Dog More Information
We are seeking volunteers for a study investigating ways to improve the health and well being of dog owners and their dogs. If you own a dog, but do not walk it very often we would like you to hear from you.

Participation in this study will involve attending a 1-2 hour discussion with (...)
Tuesday 19
9:00 - COURSE - Bayes for Beginners : Two Short Courses on Bayesian Statistics Website | More Information
Participants must bring their own laptops.

Bayesian approaches to statistical modelling and analysis are being enthusiastically adopted in many disciplines. The course is structured as two mini-workshops each of two days: Introductory Bayesian analysis using WinBugs and Bayesian analysis (...)
Wednesday 20
16:00 - SEMINAR - CWR Presents: : HYDRO-ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH ISSUES IN THE NETHERLANDS (and beyond) Website | More Information
The Netherlands is situated in the delta of the Rhine-Meuse Estuary.What will be the effect of sea level rise due to climate change for a country that has been struggling for centuries against the forces of nature? Will it be able to maintain its safe and pleasant living conditions foanother (...)
Friday 22
14:00 - EVENT - Three Minute Thesis Finals : A competition to find the most engaging 3 minute presentation on a research topic Website | More Information
The 10 most engaging 3 Minute Thesis presenters selected at the UWA semi-finals on 21st July, will compete for prizes and the opportunity to represent UWA at the Australia-New Zealand 3MT competition in September. Please come along to support the presenters and vote for your "People's Choice&qu (...)
Monday 25
12:00 - SEMINAR - LIWA Medical Research Seminar Series : Developing carbohydrate-based drugs for respiratory diseases Website | More Information
After 25 years of research Prof Commbe has an international reputation on the structure and function of a class of carbohydrates: GlycosAminoGlycans (GAGs). The biological activities of GAGs indicated that they may have important roles in a number of diseases and in recent years Prof Coombe’s (...)
Wednesday 27
16:00 - SEMINAR - CWR Presents: : Paralysed by fear and embracing uncertainty Website | More Information
Amongst all the emotions, fear is the one with the highest impact upon human life. Safety is sought at all levels of societal organization: countries always have enemies to fear and fight; within each country, social groups differentiated by ethnicity, social class or other attributes have (...)


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