Staff Hub

Nominations are now open for the Faculty of Medicine Excellence Awards.
Find out more about the awards or submit a nomination.

Operational

Residual Current Device (RCD) testing

Under the Electrical Safety Act 2002, there is a statutory requirement for RCD trip testing to be undertaken. This testing will be undertaken by UGL. Please see attached schedule for RCD testing in October/November.

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People and culture 

Be an Ambassador for UQ’s First Giving Day

October 23rd will invite alumni, staff and friends to support student scholarships. Up through the 23rd, all donations to Medicine Scholarship Endowment – supporting medical students in financial need, are matched dollar for dollar! Spread the word – sign up as Ambassador, and watch for fun activities on the day at Herston and St Lucia! 

Calling all artists

Submit to have your artwork or photography featured on our Faculty’s holiday cards. If your art is chosen, you’ll receive artist credit and 50 cards.

Submission (by 31 October to med.advancement@uq.edu.au) criteria:

  • High-resolution JPG, EPS or PDF; non-religious image to fit 15cm x 10.5cm card
  • Include name, contact details and Faculty of Medicine role (student, staff, researcher, alumnus)

Registrations are open for the next round of Pilates at UQ Herston

Want to give yourself a full body workout to build muscle, increase flexibility and focus on breathing patterns? Mat Pilates is a low-impact, strength building regime in a group environment which allows you to work at your own pace to achieve maximum results. Click here for instructions on how to register. $69 for 6 weeks. Wednesday 1pm, 16 October — 20 November, Oral Health Centre, Room 4313/4314.

Cherish Challenge Larapinta 2020

In 2020, Cherish Women’s Cancer Foundation is going bush for women’s cancer! The Cherish Challenge is being taken to the red centre of Australia, where groups of bold individuals will trek the epic Larapinta trail to help raise funds for much-needed research into gynaecological cancer at UQ. The Larapinta Trail is a six-day moderate, guided hike starting from Alice Springs, Northern Territory with several start dates in mid-2020. You can register or find out more here.

UQ Health, Safety and Wellness Forum 2019

The HSW Division is hosting the UQ Health, Safety and Wellness Forum as part of Safe Work Month. The morning program has presentations regarding the current health and safety environment in Queensland, plus Safety Innovations by UQ researchers. The afternoon program will consist of the fantastic Murray Altham focussing on our wellbeing at work. All UQ staff and students welcome though tickets are limited. Find out more or register online.  Tuesday 29 October, QBP Auditorium. 

Yoga classes at QIMRB Central

There will be 2 classes every Monday afternoon, starting from Monday 14 October 2019. Times are 4—5pm and 5—6pm. It will be $70 for the 6 week course or $40 for the 3 week course. Contact Aine a.farrell@uq.edu.au for more information. All equipment mats supplied. 

Christmas putt putt is coming to Victoria Park

This silly season, Victoria Park’s beloved Putt Putt course will transform into a beautiful Christmas Wonderland. From Thursday 14 November until Christmas Eve 24 December, visitors will enjoy playing Putt Putt under "Christmas trees", surrounded by larger than life Christmas characters including happy Elves, grazing reindeers, playful toy soldiers, naughty gingerbread men and the big man himself, Santa! Get your tickets.

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Teaching and learning

Student-Staff Partnership project submissions are now open for 2020

Student-Staff Partnerships provide a valuable opportunity for staff and students to work collaboratively on projects, on committees, or via focus groups and feedback sessions. The Partnership Project initiative seeks to enable students and staff to collaborate across three streams:

  • Teaching and learning
  • Governance and strategy
  • Student experience. 

Find out more.

Teaching and Learning Week 2019

UQ's annual Teaching and Learning (T&L) Week will run from Monday 28 October to Friday 1 November 2019. T&L Week is an opportunity for the UQ community to celebrate and share innovative and excellent teaching and learning practices that inspire students, through a range of workshops, lectures and social events. Faculty of Medicine staff will be presenting at the following sessions:

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Professional development 

Supporting students with a mental health condition

Presented by a senior staff member of our Student Service Counselling team, this course will improve your awareness and skills on identifying and supporting students with early signs of a mental health condition. Register online. Thursday 24 October 2019, 9am–12pm, Herston campus.

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Research

Visit the Faculty Research Alert page

School of Public Health Workshop Series

The School of Public Health is hosting a series of workshops on qualitative research in the latter half of 2019. The workshops are open to UQ Staff, HDR students and external health professionals/researchers who are keen to understand more about qualitative research. 

Clinical Trial - Do you, or someone you know, suffer from severe depression?

UQ and QUT researchers are looking for adults with severe depression who live in the Brisbane area to participate in a 16-week trial investigating the effectiveness of probiotics to improve symptoms of depression. Participants will receive $10-$20 for each visit. If you are interested in learning more about the study please visit http://qut.to/c8b7r or contact the team at depression@qut.edu.au or 3138 6090.

FlowJo Education Day

TRI will be hosting a FlowJo Education Day, run by Jack Panopoulos who is visiting from the USA. Download the flyer or register. Thursday 31 October, Room 2003, TRI.

Genome Innovation Hub - 2020 External Project Applications now open

The Genome Innovation Hub (GIH) is a University of Queensland initiative that aims to develop innovative approaches to advance technologies in structural and functional analysis of genomes. GIH is currently inviting applications from UQ research groups interested in 2020 collaborations on projects that develop breakthroughs and methodologies in the areas of health, agriculture and environment. To find out more about the application process, selection criteria and submission guidelines, just head to their website. Applications close 2 December 2019.

Workshops for Statisticians and Non-statisticians

Insight Research Services Associated is proud to be presenting three workshops at the University of Queensland in November/December 2019.

*  November 28-29:  A Gentle Introduction to Statistics in SPSS and R
*  December 2-3:  Introduction to Linear and Logistic Regression
*  December 6-7:  Introduction to Longitudinal Data Analysis
 
These workshops are aimed at non-statisticians as well as statisticians new to these fields. Please visit our website for more information. For questions please contact Mark Griffin at m.griffin@insightrsa.com or by phone on 0448 176 926.

TIA’s Pipeline Accelerator High Throughput Screening Support Scheme

Researchers and SMEs will benefit from Therapeutic Innovation Australia (TIA)’s Pipeline Accelerator High Throughput Screening Support Scheme which enables access by meritorious projects to a national network of small molecule screening centres. Closes 15 November 2019. Apply here.

Getting Research into Policy and Practice (GRiPP) Workshops – 4 December 2019

The Centre for Policy Futures offers full-day workshops to help UQ researchers navigate Australia’s policy landscape. The workshops include a short presentation on how to write a submission for a public inquiry. The next workshop is scheduled for 4 December 2019 and interested researchers can contact Rachael Hazell to register.

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SBMS Seminar Series

Professor Michael Murray, University of Sydney will present on Development of novel cancer cell killing and anti-migratory agents based on omega-3-fatty acid epoxidesMonday 14 October, 12-1pm, 03-309, St Lucia campus. No registration required.

SBMS Seminar Series

Dr Jatin Patel, Lab Head, Vascular Regeneration Group, UQDI will present on Defining the tissue resident vascular stem cell nicheMonday 21 October, 12–1pm, 50-T203, St Lucia campus. No registration required.

Successes and Failures in Telehealth Conference

This is the 19th annual SFT conference hosted by the Centre for Online Health. The SFT-19 conference is the place to share experiences, interact with peers, share ideas and learn from presentations in the categories of formal research and clinical case reports. The SFT program will offer a diverse range of presentations on a variety of important telehealth formats, panel discussions, an industry showcase session, poster presentations and telehealth demonstrations. Visit the website for more information. 21–23 October, Surfers Paradise Marriott Resort & Spa.

2019 Jian Zhou Memorial Oration

Honouring the memory of Dr Jian Zhou, who co-discovered the life-saving Gardasil vaccine for cervical cancer. Professor Fabienne Mackay, University of Melbourne, will speak on Novel immune checkpoint in Chronic Lymphocytic Leukaemia. Friday 25 October 2019, 5.45-8.30pm, Translational Research Institute Auditorium. Register here.

SBMS Seminar Series

Dr Cassy Spiller, School of Biomedical Sciences will present on Germ cell pluripotency control: developmental mechanisms underlying fertility and diseaseMonday 28 October, 1-2pm, QBI Auditorium, St Lucia campus. No registration required.

Mendelian randomization: Using genetics to infer causality – a beginners workshop

This course aims to provide an introduction to the conduct, assumptions, strengths and limitations of Mendelian randomization studies. Wednesday, 6 November, 9am-5pm, SPARQ-Ed training room, TRI. Email Professor David Evans to register.

National AMR Forum

CRE REDUCE and UQ are collaborating with national institutions and international partners in the delivery of the 3rd National Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) Forum, to be held in Brisbane on 8 November 2019 at the RBWH Education & Conference Centre at Herston. 

Brisbane Cell and Developmental Biology Meeting (BCDBM)

The Australian and New Zealand Society for Cell and Developmental Biology (ANZSCDB)’s one-day Brisbane Cell and Developmental Biology Meeting (BCDBM) will be held at UQ’s IMB on Monday, 11 November 2019. Targeted toward Early Career Researchers, this FREE event showcases the latest research in cell and developmental biology research in Queensland and will include presentations from Erik Sahai (Francis Crick, UK), Melanie White (A*STAR), Antje Blumenthal (UQDI) and Steven Zuryn (QBI). Find out more and register now.

SBMS Seminar Series

Professor Barry Thompson, John Curtin School of Medical Research, Australian National University (ANU) will present on Hippo-YAP signalling in development and cancer. Monday 11 November 1-2pm, QBI Auditorium, St Lucia campus. No registration required.

Stem Cell Research - Now and in the Future  

UQDI’s Professor Kiarash Khosrotehrani joins other leading Queensland researchers to discuss how the convergence of stem cell science, genetic engineering and big data could change the future of medicine at this free public forum, associated with the 2019 Australasian Society for Stem Cell Research meeting. Tuesday, 12 November 2019, 5.30-7pm, State Library of Queensland. Register here.

CHSR Seminar Series

Professor Gerard J Byrne will present on Can suicide be prevented in older people? 13 November, 12.30–1.30pm, TRI, Room 2007.

Health Services Research Workshop

Hear from experts driving health services research, presenting on topics including artificial intelligence, digital health, health economics, consumer-led research, utilising interprofessional practice and levergaing education formats to understand the true value of HSR on the health system. Friday 22 November 2019, 8am—4.15pm, UQ Oral Health Centre Auditorium. Register online or view the agenda.

ASI Conference

Join us for the 48th Annual Scientific Meeting of The Australian and New Zealand Society for Immunology. The conference aims to provide another innovative and dynamic scientific program spread over five days. Call for abstracts close 30 August. 8–12 December, Adelaide Convention Centre. 

UQCCR Special Seminar 

Dr Arnold Bakker, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, will present on Translational neuroscience of episodic memory function in aging and disease. Monday 11 November 10-11am, UQCCR Auditorium. No registration required.

 

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The Charles Ferdinand Marks and Elizabeth Gray Marks Prize

PhD candidate, Kavindri Kulasinghe, won The Charles Ferdinand Marks and Elizabeth Gray Marks Prize. The title of her PhD research is “ENACT (Environmental enrichment for infants; parenting with ACT): An Intervention for infants at risk of Autism Spectrum Disorder”. The prize was awarded on the basis of academic record, the feasibility of the proposed project and the tangible benefits that may be expected to accrue from the project.

New publication

Jodie Wiseman, Rob S Ware, Megan Simons, Steve McPhail, Roy Kimble, Anna Dotta, Zephanie Tyack (2019). Effectiveness of topical silicone gel and pressure garment therapy for burn scar prevention and management in children: a randomized controlled trial. Clinical Rehabilitation (early online publication). https://doi.org/10.1177/0269215519877516

Upcoming events

Get involved by attending CHRC and other seminar series and events listed here.

Children’s Neuroscience Research Symposium: Emerging Management Therapies for Childhood Neurodevelopmental Disorders

This international two-day symposium is open to all researchers, clinicians, health professionals, nursing and allied health staff with an interest in the most recent evidence informing the rare neurodevelopmental disorders clinical research. Emerging research will be showcased across a range of neurodevelopmental disorders including Autism Spectrum Disorder, Refractory Epilepsy, CDKL5 and Angelman’s Syndrome. Registration is free of charge with light refreshments provided. Register or submit an abstract. 6—7 February 2020, Level 7, Auditorium, Queensland Children's Hospital.

 

 

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Nominations for the 2019 Centre for Health Services Research Awards are now open

We are excited to announce the inaugural Centre for Health Services Research Awards, an annual event to celebrate the achievements of our team and to reflect on the successes of 2019. These awards form an important part of our approach to recognition and reward. They provide an opportunity for staff to acknowledge the achievements of colleagues across all levels of the organisation. Nominate now.

Thirsty Thursday

On the first Thursday of every month, CHSR is inviting all staff to attend drinks at the Norman Hotel from 4.30pm. Please come along for a drink and some laughs! Everyone is welcome.

Upcoming events

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SFT-19 Conference – Gold Coast, Australia

The University of Queensland’s Centre for Online Health in conjunction with the Australasian Telehealth Society is very pleased to announce plans for the 19th International Conference on Successes and Failures in Telehealth (SFT-19). SFT-19 in conjunction with the 11th Annual Meeting of the Australasian Telehealth Society will be held at the Surfers Paradise Marriott Resort & Spa from 21-23 October 2019. We would like to offer you the opportunity to secure your role at the SFT-19 conference – which is highly regarded as the largest academic telehealth conference in the Southern Hemisphere. For almost two decades, the SFT conference has provided the perfect forum to share both positive (successes) and the more challenging (failures) experiences in telehealth. Final weeks – register now!

Geriatric Seminar Series

Professor Gerard J Byrne will present on Can suicide be prevented in older people? 13 November, 12.30–1.30pm, TRI, Room 2007.

 

 

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Cardiology appointment

We are pleased to announce a new key appointment within The Prince Charles Hospital’s (TPCH) Cardiology Program. Dr Isuru Ranasinghe has been successfully appointed to the position of Associate Professor of Cardiology, which is a joint appointment with TPCH and the University of Queensland. Dr Ranasinghe brings an impressive suite of experience, skills and achievements to the position of Associate Professor of Cardiology. He is a clinical cardiologist with experience in managing patients with chronic heart failure, as well as a cardiovascular outcomes researcher with a rising profile in healthcare quality and performance evaluation. He will commence the position on 20 January 2020.

How to be a better teacher: teaching millennials

The purpose of the course is to improve clinicians’ teaching by providing expert advice and practical tips from experienced educators. It is suitable for all doctors involved in medical student teaching – interns, trainees and consultants – from every discipline. This year the program focuses on teaching millennials. Representatives from the Office of Medical Education will also present an update on the UQ MD program, including assessment requirements during clinical placements and developments to the curriculum. View the program or RSVP. Saturday 19 October 2019, 8am—1pm, TRI Auditorium.

Upcoming events

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Important Information for researchers

Find out more about the ethics and governance review processes at Mater Research, how the Mater Clinical Trials Unit can assist with your clinical research activity, what is support available for researchers as well as all the necessary forms, guidelines, key contacts and resources needed to conduct research projects at Mater Research. 

Support services for researchers

Mater Research provides a range of administrative, funding and development services to support Mater researchers, enabling them to wholly focus on their research. Learn more.

 

From the Head of School

Please join me in congratulating Suja Pillai on being awarded a HEA@UQ Fellowship. Congratulations also to Louise Ainscough, Stephen Anderson, Prasad Chuduri and Oliver Rawahsdeh on being nominated for Dean’s Commendations for Excellence in Teaching.

Thanks to all staff who responded to the request from Lizzie and Tim to revise our Purpose Statement and Operational Goals for inclusion in the advertisement for the new Head of SBMS. Thank you also to staff who participated in the Head of School recruitment video. Peter Adams has agreed to run a session on Annual Appraisals for staff, but as yet, the date has not been fixed.

I want to especially thank those staff who assisted in organizing and hosting the Thanksgiving Ceremony which was held on Thursday 3 October. A special note of thanks to Wes Fisk for overseeing the event with Protocol. It was great to see so many family and friends of donors attending, along with over 100 staff and students. Mark Midwinter gave the keynote address and Stuart Carney represented the Faculty of Medicine. I also acknowledge the three students who spoke on behalf of the student body who use the GAF: Ned Farley (from Medicine), Nataya Branjerdporn (from Health Sciences), and Hainian Yu (from Science). 

A snapshot of the Faculty of Medicine Student-Staff Partnership Project for Semester 1, 2019 is attached. The Student Employability Centre are now seeking projects for Semester 1, 2020. More information can be found on the website. You are invited to attend the end of year Student-Staff Partnerships Celebration on 22 October. Register here.

The graduations for the Faculty of Medicine (including all RHDs from our school) will be held at 11:30 on Tuesday 10 December and those for the Biomedical Science students in the Faculty of Science will be held at 2:30pm that afternoon. Please join with me in attending these events to congratulate our students.

Date savers

October 14
SBMS Seminar Series –  Professor Michael Murray, University of Sydney
October 16
Academic Staff Meeting, Functional Anatomy Facility, Level 4, Otto Hirschfeld Building (81)
October 17 SBMS Grant Pitching Workshop, QBI Auditorium
October 21
SBMS Seminar Series –  Dr Jatin Patel, UQDI
October 27-29
HDR Retreat, Maroochy Waterfront Camp and Conference Centre
October 28
SBMS Seminar Series – Dr Cassy Spiller, SBMS
October 31 Halloween Morning Tea, Level 1 Macgregor
November 4
Honours Final Seminars, multiple venues, TBA
November 5-6
SBMS Research Retreat, Mantra on Salt Beach, Kingscliff, NSW
November 11
SBMS Seminar Series – Professor Barry Thompson, ANU
November 27
School Staff Meeting, Hawken Engineering Building (50), room S201
November 29
2019 Annual Anatomy Training, venue TBA
​December 13
Awards Night, Customs House

Executive Assistant to the Head of School

Marrianne is going on leave from 18 October, returning January 2020. She will be replaced by Lisha Allen, whose regular hours in SBMS will be 9am to 12 noon, Monday to Friday. Lisha comes to us from the Academic Board where is works as Executive Assistant to the President. 

Trial process for service payments

As announced at the School meeting, SBMS is now trialling a new process to allow academic budget holders to receive and pay invoices for UQ services in a timely fashion. This process should significantly reduce the email traffic between group leaders and the Transactions team. Please contact Sarah Piper for more details.

A conversation focusing on next steps for MD2025 - from graduate attributes to program structure

More than 400 people who have participated in the first wave of workshops to date. We hope you will be involved in the next series of interactive workshops planned for November where they will progress the conversation to the next stage. Tuesday 12 November, 10am—12pm, Building 69-401, St Lucia Campus. Register now.

Welcome

We are pleased to welcome Monica Kam Draskau, a visiting research student with Cassy Spiller, to the School.

Centrally-run mid-semester exam scheduling, Semester 1 2020

The dates for the Easter and Anzac Day public holidays in Semester 1, 2020 have contracted the standard time for the s1.2020 mid-semester exam. There are only two Saturdays available for these exams in s1.2020: weeks 5 and 6. To compensate, mid-semester exams will also be scheduled on Friday evenings in weeks 5 and 6, and Monday evenings in weeks 6 and 7.

Photocopier usage for August

In the month of September, the School’s total print output was 99,770 pages, 22% of which was in full colour. The environmental impact of our printing was equivalent to 7.09 trees consumed, or 750kg of CO2 produced, or 46,961.7 light bulb hours. Our consumption has increased by 50,000 pages compared to this time last year.

University corporate credit cards

The latest rules relating to the use of UQ Corporate Cards can be viewed here.   

Macgregor CCTV camera upgrade

The security surveillance system in the Macgregor building, including new camera installations for levels 1, 2 and 3, and the Cryofacility, will occur between 28 October and 15 November.

Master key

Specific people, including Harmony Rose and Bruno Rey, hold master keys to SBMS buildings. There is also a spare master key with the staff in the Goods Receiving area. Should you lock yourself out of your office and need access to a specific room, any of these individuals can assist you. Please contact sbms.facilities@uq.edu.au.

Personal powered devices and adaptors

It is a legislative requirement for all personal electrical devices and power adaptors brought into work to be tested and tagged prior to use. The facilities team can do this for you at the Goods Receiving Dock, room 147, Macgregor building.

Otto Hirschfeld LN2 room

The level 7 LN2 room in the Otto Hirschfeld building is currently undergoing refurbishment. Once complete, the dewars on level 5 will be relocated to level 7 Cryo-room. Access to the room will be provided to users following an induction.

Lights overnight

Please turn off office and laboratory lighting overnight. Bright lights attract insects, and with our older buildings not being totally sealed, can entice vermin into your areas. In addition, this is better from a sustainability aspect.

Staff / student relocations

The following staff have recently relocated to new offices:

Dr Linda Gallo
NHMRC ECR Fellow
64 - 518C
Professor Mourad Shenouda
Visitor (Alexandria University)
65 - 313A

SBMS SASS barbeque

2:30-6:30pm, Friday 18 October at the level 1 deck, Sir William Macgregor Building (64)

Pub crawl

Stay tuned for information about the SBMS SASS pub crawl!

SBMS Teaching and Awards Night

Friday 13 December at Customs House

Stay tuned for information about tickets and theme.  


Upcoming events

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Re:produce workshop

Lack of reproducibility of scientific claims has been a recurrent topic in many branches of science and the source of public debate in recent years. The re:produce workshop aims to bring together early-and mid-career researchers (EMCRs) and PhD students from a range of disciplines to discuss these challenges and find effective solutions to make their research more open and verifiable.  The re:produce workshop will be held in Brisbane on 10-11 December 2019,  and includes two days of hands-on learning and practical solutions addressing the reproducibility of research. The workshop is organised by a team of researchers from the University of Queensland and the University of Southern Queensland. More information about how to register, mobility grants and program can be found here.

Upcoming events

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Leading Australian Research

Professor Jason Roberts from The University of Queensland’s Centre for Clinical Research has been recognised as Australia’s Leading Researcher in both Critical Care and Communicable Diseases in The Australian’s 2019 Research magazine.

Upcoming events

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Animal Ethics Committee November 2019 deadline

The UQDI deadline for submission of amendments, extensions, adverse events and breeding applications for consideration at the HS AEC November 2019 meeting is 10am Wednesday 6 November to Kylie Hengst. Full project applications (and renewals) must be submitted by the UQ deadline of 5pm, Thursday 7 November using the online form. Please remember that the new amendment form must be used. The previous modification form will no longer be accepted.

Marketing and communications

Welcome to Jessica Taljaard, replacing Simone Moyle as Marketing and Communications Manager for UQDI. Simone’s last day at UQ will be Friday, 18 October. Jessica has been at UQ for seven years, including the past five years in the Faculty of Medicine, and will work Mondays and Tuesdays. Please send marketing and communications queries on other days to med.marketing@uq.edu.au

Upcoming events

Get involved by attending UQDI and other seminar series and events listed here.

UQDI Seminar Series

Each month UQDI hosts an external researcher to present a seminar to all staff and students.

  • Professor Alex Swarbrick, Garvan Institute of Medical Research. Monday 28 October, 12.30–1.30pm, TRI Room 2003.

Mendelian randomization: Using genetics to infer causality – a beginners workshop

This course aims to provide an introduction to the conduct, assumptions, strengths and limitations of Mendelian randomization studies. Wednesday, 6 November, 9am-5pm, SPARQ-Ed training room, TRI. Email Professor David Evans to register.

Brisbane Cell and Developmental Biology Meeting (BCDBM)

The Australian and New Zealand Society for Cell and Developmental Biology (ANZSCDB)’s one-day Brisbane Cell and Developmental Biology Meeting (BCDBM) will be held at UQ’s IMB on Monday, 11 November 2019. Targeted toward Early Career Researchers, this FREE event showcases the latest research in cell and developmental biology research in Queensland and will include presentations from Erik Sahai (Francis Crick, UK), Melanie White (A*STAR), Antje Blumenthal (UQDI) and Steven Zuryn (QBI). Find out more and register now.

TRI Monthly Seminar Series

The TRI Monthly Seminar Series aims to attract internationally renowned speakers to present at TRI.TRI based researchers, if you would like to nominate a speaker, please contact them to ascertain their availability. If the speaker would like to present at TRI, please complete the online form and submit to events@tri.edu.au.

TRI Student Seminar Series

Each week, several research higher degree students and post-doctorate researchers will give a presentation on their research.These seminars will be held every Thursday, from 3–4pm in the Level 7 Staff Lounge. Drinks and snacks will be provided from 3pm.

TRI Cancer Seminar Series

This is an interdisciplinary seminar series, highlighting cutting edge clinical, translational, and basic research topics in cancer from our research partner institutes – UQ Diamantina, QUT and the Mater.

TRI Immunology Seminar Series

This fortnightly series features exciting research updates from ongoing early-to-mid career Immunology researchers, covering basic to translational research topics in immunology and immunotherapy.

 

 

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