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MCQ Writing Workshop 2018

How do you channel your disciplinary expertise into a well-crafted MCQ?

UNSW Medicine would like to invite you to a special faculty development event, facilitated by medicine’s MCQ master-crafters.

Facilitators: Dr Peter Harris, Prof Gary Velan, Prof Philip Jones

Time:11th April from 9-12

Venue:Wallace Wurth Building, Scenario Group room 16/17

Workshop Plan:

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Franklin Women- Loud and Proud: the art of self-promotion

Join Franklin Women at our breakfast event to talk about the value of self-promotion in health and research related

careers. We are excited to have Professor Amanda Salis, health researcher and workshop facilitator on 'tooting your
own horn', as our guest speaker to give us tips and tricks on getting this important career skill right. We will also be

joined by a panel of esteemed health researchers who have been recognised for their achievements

through awards. They will share their own experiences with nominating themselves and their peers for awards and

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Research Runtime – Speed networking for researchers and clinicians

Research Runtime Theme: Invasion and Evasion – cancer, infectious diseases and immunology. Come along to meet other researchers and explore new collaborations. The session will start with two short presentations by colleagues whose work reflects the broad scope of the theme, followed by speed-networking where everyone can speak to seven or eight people from other departments, organisations and disciplines. The session finishes with informal conversations over light refreshments. Please join us!

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Medicine Education Support Drop-in Clinic

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)

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One Step Forward to Clinical and Commercial Photoacoustic Imaging

Graduate School of Biomedical Engineering

Chulhong Kim, Associate Professor of Creative IT Engineering at Pohang University of Science and Technology in Republic of Korea.

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Replacing the Heart with a Mechanical Pump – Cardiovascular Engineering in the ICETLAB

Graduate School of Biomedical Engineering

Shaun Gregory

Griffith University, Technical director of the Innovative Cardiovascular Engineering and Technology Laboratory (ICETLAB).

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Human stem cells for cardiac repair and tissue engineering

Dr Shiang Yong Lim PhD,
Cardiac Regeneration Laboratory,
O'Brien Institute Department,
St Vincent's Institute of Medical Research,
Department of Surgery, University of Melbourne.

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2017 Early-Mid-Career Biomedical Research Symposium

This is a 1-day symposium for Biomedical Early and Mid-career researchers based at UNSW or UNSW affiliated medical research institutes at the establishment phase of their careers.  Other interested researchers are more than welcome to attend.

Invited speakers will cover challenges, advice and opportunities targeted at both at ECRs (postdocs) and MCRs ((starting) lab heads). In the afternoon sessions 15 EMCRs will give 10-minute research talks to promote their research done at UNSW and its associated medical research institutes.

Confirmed speakers:

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Bridging the Gap - 'Grow a pair! Insights from a basic science-clinical collaboration on ovarian cancer'

Dr Caroline Ford is a cancer researcher within the School of Women's and Children's Health at the Lowy Cancer Research Centre. She leads the Gynaecological Cancer Research Group, which aims to understand why gynaecological cancers develop, how and why they spread throughout the body, and how best to treat them. “Gynaecological cancer” encompasses all cancers of the female reproductive system, her current research focuses on ovarian and endometrial cancer.

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