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  • Image - Improving Mental Health and Wellbeing for People with Intellectual Disability: A Research to Action Day for Professionals and Carers

    Improving Mental Health and Wellbeing for People with Intellectual Disability: A Research to Action Day for Professionals and Carers

    Tyree Room, John Niland Scientia Building, UNSW Sydney

    3DN is launching a range of must-have practical tools and resources designed specifically to enhance the skills of professionals and carers who support people with an intellectual disability.    What will be included in the day? An official...

  • Image - Modulating the elongation of actin filaments with proteins and forces

    Modulating the elongation of actin filaments with proteins and forces

    Lowy Cancer Research Centre, Level 4 seminar space

    School of Physics & Single Molecule Science, SoMS Special Research Seminar Guillaume Romet-Lemonne, Institut Jacques Monod Abstract:In cells, actin filament networks are organized with diverse architectures and dynamics, in order to perform...

  • Exploring asthma and allergy through time series modelling

    School of Public Health and Community Medicine

    Room 305, Level 3, Samuels Building, UNSW Upper Campus

    Asthma and allergy are highly prevalent diseases in the Australian population, but as yet there have been few inroads in reducing their burden.  Increasing evidence is building that current air pollution thresholds are inadequate to protect public...

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    Dr Cristan Herbert: Rhinovirus & Airway Epithelial Cells in Allergic Cytokine Environment

    Auditorium, Research & Education Centre St George Hospital, Ground floor 4 – 10 South St, Kogarah

    The St George and Sutherland Clinical School Research in Progress Meetings, are a lunchtime research seminar open to researchers, students, UNSW and St George Hospital staff and any interested members of the public.  A catered lunch will be provided...

  • Image - Hepatitis C: A cure for all? A special World Hepatitis Day event

    Hepatitis C: A cure for all? A special World Hepatitis Day event

    Berg Family Foundation Seminar Room, Level 6, Wallace Wurth Building, Kensington Campus

      The Kirby Institute invites you to attend this special World Hepatitis Day event: Hepatitis C: A cure for all?   Australia has prepared the foundation for hepatitis C elimination, with more 32,000 people treated in 2016. For World...

  • K+ channels in vascular smooth muscle

    Medicial Sciences

    Wallace Wurth (C27) LG02

    Speaker: Dr Jennifer Stott,  University of London Invited speaker to the Neuroscience & Non-communicable seminar series

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Dean's Lecture Series

November 2016 | 35 Years of HIV - Now What?

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