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16.03.2017

Abstracts open: Health Beyond Research & Innovation Showcase

Abstracts open The Ingham Institute for Applied Medical Research and South Western Sydney Local Health District (SWSLHD) are now calling for Abstracts for oral or poster presentation at the 2017 Health Beyond Research & Innovation Showcase. Where: Campbelltown Catholic Club When: 7 & 8 June 2017 This is the signature event of the district where research and innovation…

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15.03.2017

Next Generation Technology Fund

Medical Countermeasures Program Medical Countermeasures (MCM) initiatives: MCMs are vaccines, therapeutics of diagnostics against chemical, biological or radiological threats, emerging infectious diseases and pandemics. There will be two information sessions outlined below:   Next Generation Technology Fund MCM Program– The objective of this information session is to inform the community about opportunity to engage in…

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08.03.2017

STARTTS Conference Launch

Invitation to conference launch You are invited to attend the launch of 1st Australia and New Zealand Refugee Trauma Recovery in Resettlement Conference to be held on Wednesday, 29 March 2017, 6-8pm in Sydney.   Read more about the conference at www.refugeetraumaconf.org.au.   The evening will commence with networking, drinks and canapés followed by a…

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08.03.2017

Computing for Health Research

Tutorial opportunity! Tim Churches, Senior Research Fellow in Health Data Science at the Ingham Institute for Applied Medical Research and South Western Sydney Clinical School, will be hosting a series of weekly tutorials on computing for health researchers. The tutorials will commence in the first week of April. The tutorial series will be  targeted primarily…

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01.03.2017

Ladies who lunch really make a difference

On Friday, March 3 the Ingham Institute of Applied Medical Research will be hosting its annual Ladies Luncheon. Now in its fourth year, this sold-out community event is expected to be the Institute’s biggest yet. Guests are treated with a presentation of new health advances and discoveries from one of the Institute’s research groups with…

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