Research Seminars

Interested in attending a research seminar? Click on the relevant org unit link below to see what's on.

Centre for Health Services Research | School of Biomedical Sciences | School of Public Health | UQ Centre for Clinical Research | UQ Diamantina Institute

Investigating the role of Sox9 in the vasculature of scleroderma and fibrotic skin conditions

25 November 2020 11:30am1:00pm
Mid-Candidature Review
Candidate: Racheal Wadlow
Venue: TRI, Room 7094
Zoom: Zoom link on request,

Pitching and storytelling workshop

25 November 2020 9:30am11:30am
Presented by Cayetana Martinez

Test the ability of mature monocytes genetically engineered to produce the potent immune stimulator IFNa to improve treatments for brain cancer

24 November 2020 3:00pm4:30pm
Mid-Candidature Review
Candidate: Sharmin Mollick
Venue: TRI, room 7094

Postgraduate Symposium in Biomedical Science

24 November 2020 8:30am8:00pm
The Postgraduate Symposium in Biomedical Science hosted by SBMS is a single-day event designed to share the research of HDR students within the Faculty of Medicine and across UQ.

Three S’s of resilience

23 November 2020 2:00pm4:00pm
Presented by Dr Bronwyn Robson

Student Presentations plus Keynote Presentation: Lessons learned from a career in infectious diseases research

23 November 2020 12:00pm1:30pm
Student Presentations plus Keynote Presentation: Professor David Paterson

Insights into autism from genetic, gut microbiome, DNA methylation, and deep clinical data

23 November 2020 11:00am12:30pm
Mid-Candidature Review
Candidate: Ms Chloe Yap
Venue: Zoom and potentially in-person at TRI
Zoom:Provisional Zoom link ( - as my presentation will be given as part of the Mater Research seminar series, an official link might be sent around

Career-building post-RHD

23 November 2020 9:00am11:00am
Presented by Dr Chris Cornthwaite

Antenatal models of care and the effect on breastfeeding rates after discharge

23 November 2020 9:00am10:30am
Confirmation of Candidature
Candidate: Emma Shipton

Modelling chemobrain to understand cancer related cognitive dysfunction

20 November 2020 10:00am12:00pm
Mid-Candidature Review
Candidate: Samreen Shaikh
Venue: Building 64 (MacGregor)-room 409A (Meeting Room)

Ryanodine Receptor function in health and disease

20 November 2020 10:00am12:00pm
Mid-Candidature Review
Candidate: Mr. Aldo Meizoso Huesca

E-health for dementia awareness and support with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people

19 November 2020 3:00pm4:30pm
Mid-Candidature Review
Candidate: Ms Georgina Hobson
Venue: Telepresence Room, Telehealth Centre, PA Hospital, Woolloongabba
Org: Centre for Health Services Res

The Adaptation of Motor Learning Theory to the teaching of Anaesthesia Procedural tasks

19 November 2020 11:00am1:00pm
Confirmation of Candidature
Candidate: A/Prof Kersi Taraporewalla
Venue: CEIA- Department of Anaesthesia, Level4 Ned Hanlon Building
Org: Royal Brisbane CU

Impact of residential greenspace on the mental health of Australian women

13 November 2020 11:15am12:30pm
Mid-Candidature Review
Candidate: Tafzila Akter Mouly
Venue: School of Public Health, Room 210
Org: SPH

Association between Maternal and Childhood NO2 and PM2.5 Exposure and Health and Development of Australian Children

13 November 2020 10:00am12:00pm
Mid-Candidature Review
Candidate: Salma Mohamed Ahmed
Venue: Herston, School of Public Health, room 210
Org: SPH

Targeting Epithelial Cell-Derived IL-23p19 To Improve Intestinal Barrier Integrity In Inflammatory Bowel Disease

12 November 2020 1:00pm3:00pm
Mid-Candidature Review
Candidate: Jackie Creagh
Venue: TRI Room 5000

Nanomedicine a Clinical Perspective

12 November 2020 9:00am11:00am
Mid-Candidature Review
Candidate: Dr. Daniel Bobo
Venue: UQ CAI Ground Floor Seminar Room
Org: Other Southside

RBWH/UQ Neurology research meetings

12 November 2020 8:00am9:00am
The Department of Neurology at the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital and researchers of the UQCCR Clinical Neuroscience research theme meet weekly to discuss active projects, facilitate interactions between basic scientists and clinicians and identify new opportunities for collaboration. The meeting rotates between three theme areas – stroke and epilepsy, MND, and cognitive neurology/ neurodegeneration – and the speakers are a mix of internal researchers, collaborators from other parts of UQ and external ‘keynote’ researchers. Neuroscience researchers from across UQ are invited to be a part of this group.