Dean's Lecture Series

The Dean’s Lecture Series is UNSW Medicine’s signature event. This free public lecture brings science and health issues to the community at large.

35 Years of HIV: What now?

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Registration is essential. As seating is limited, early registration is recommended.

Time: 6:30pm with doors opening at 5:30pm
Venue: Leighton hall, John Niland Scienceia Building, UNSW, Kensington Campus

The John Niland Scientia building is located on Library Walk, upper campus (details here).  Parking is available on campus in metered parking areas. Vehicle entry is via Gate 11- campus and parking map ref G19 (PDF)

H. Clifford Lane MD

Guest Speaker: H. Clifford Lane MD

When the AIDS epidemic emerged in the 1980’s, Dr Lane turned his attention to studying mechanisms of HIV disease and the potential role of immune based therapies, eventually extending his work through a series of international collaborations that began in Australia with Professors David Cooper and Sean Emery (UNSW Kirby Institute). Among his many awards and recognitions are membership in the US National Academy of Medicine, the Chevalier de I’Ordre National du Mali and US Dept of Health and Human Services Secretary’s Award for Distinguished Service.

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