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  • Image - Medicine Education Support Drop-in Clinic

    Medicine Education Support Drop-in Clinic

    Mathews 102 (off the Mathews Arcade Food Court)

    Support for the upcoming semester is available next week at the:  Medicine Education Support Drop-in Clinic When: Tuesday, 20th February 2018 Time:  11am-3pm Where: Mathews 102 (just off the Mathews Arcade Food Court)  The half-day Drop-in Clinic...

  • Image - Professor Nigel McMillan – Novel Treatments for HPV-driven Cancers: New drugs to gene editing

    Professor Nigel McMillan – Novel Treatments for HPV-driven Cancers: New drugs to gene editing

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

    Kirby Institute Seminar Series presents Professor Nigel McMillan Director, Chronic Conditions Program, Menzies Health Institute Queensland, Griffith University About your speaker Professor McMillan is a cancer biologist whose research has...

  • Image - International Women's Day – Reflections on Women in Science

    International Women's Day – Reflections on Women in Science

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

    This seminar includes an afternoon tea that will be served at 4:30pm. Please RSVP by 11am Monday 19 March to recpt@kirby.unsw.edu.au for catering purposes. The Kirby Institute invites you to attend our special event: Reflections on Women in Science...

  • Image - Alzheimer’s tau protein and the post-synapse in disease

    Alzheimer’s tau protein and the post-synapse in disease

    Kirby Seminar Space, Level 6, Wallace Wurth C27

    SOMS/BABS/GSBME Cross Faculty Seminar Series Speaker: Professor Lars Ittner, Head of Dementia Research Unit, School of Medical Sciences, UNSW

  • Using birth cohorts to find causes of childhood disease from SIDs to childhood cancer

    Lowy Seminar Room, Lvl 4

    Prof Terry Dwyer, MD, PhD, Executive Director at the George Institute for Global Health, University of Oxford, Oxford, UK Committee on Health Research. Prof. Terry Dwyer is a disease epidemiologist with extensive experience in the conduct of cohort...

  • Image - Understanding the functional role of the unstructured proteome

    Understanding the functional role of the unstructured proteome

    Rountree Room 356, Level 3, Biological Sciences Building D26

    Abstract:  Higher eukaryotic proteomes contain extensive unstructured intrinsically disordered regions. These regions often control the localisation, stability and modification state of a protein. Yet, the functional role of the vast majority of...

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