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Upcoming events in Medicine and Health

25 Jul

Lifespan Research Day

Be part of a diverse program of presentations and discussion from Sydney researchers devoted to the study of human health and development across the stages of life. All welcome including HDR students. Registration free but essential and closes Thursday 18 July, 5pm. Hosted by our Lifespan Research Network.

30 Jul

Public Health Research Biennial Showcase

The School of Public Health's Research Showcase is a biennial event that provides staff, students, affiliates and external partners and networks the opportunity to come together and celebrate the exciting and innovative research work being undertaken in public health. Guest speaker Mr Terry Slevin, CEO, Public Health Association of Australia, presenting “Health and Medical Research – So what, why bother and who cares ?”. Hosted by our School of Public Health.

1 Aug

Cancer on the Run: The Tumour Microenvironment and Novel Therapeutics

Bosch Institute's Annual Scientific Meeting
The special one day event will feature speakers from across all the Bosch research themes and showcase the latest in technologies. The conference is open to basic scientists and physicians to enable effective cross cutting of interdisciplinary ideas and to stimulate collaboration. The meeting will also provide an outstanding opportunity and exciting environment for junior investigators and trainees to develop their knowledge. Details>.

10 Aug

Soapbox Science 2019

Soapbox Science Sydney is bringing cutting-edge science to the public, in an accessible, fun, and unintimidating way - 3 hours, busy public thoroughfare and 12 female speakers standing on soapboxes engaging with the public about their research.
Soapbox Science.

26 Aug

Australian Biology of Ageing Conference 2019

@University of Sydney, Camperdown

This year's conference is centered on the seven "Pillars of Ageing" and will address how genetic, dietary and pharmacological interventions impact the ageing process. The focus is to highlight new technologies, cutting-edge advances and novel interventions to delay age-related disease and extend health span and lifespan. Biology of Ageing project node of the Charles Perkins Centre.

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