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Invitation: Inspired Learning Summit, 24th November 2017

The Pro Vice Chancellor Education is pleased to invite you to the Inspired Learning Summit 2017. The event will showcase and celebrate the achievements and the strong partnerships with faculty staff and students, as we approach the end of Year 1 (of 5) of the Inspired Learning Initiative.

Program highlights include:

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Image - Targeting alternative splicing as novel therapeutic approaches in cancer

Targeting alternative splicing as novel therapeutic approaches in cancer

SoMS, BABS and GSBE Cross-Faculty Seminar Series

David Bates, University of Nottingham

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How Tropomyosin 4 regulates the formation of blood platelets

Dr Marloes Tijssen, Department of Haematology, University of Cambridge,
and NHS Blood and Transplant, Cambridge Biomedical Campus, Cambridge, United Kingdom

 

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Predicting response and resistance in melanoma

Professor Helen Rizos, Head of Department & Professor Cancer Cell Biology Biomedical Sciences, Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, Macquarie University

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Image - Beyond Antimitotic Effects To Complex Changes In Tumour Biology

Beyond Antimitotic Effects To Complex Changes In Tumour Biology

Lowy Seminar Series 2017

Prof. Bruce A Littlefield, Distinguished Scientist and Head, Translational Medicine Global Oncology Medical Affairs, Eisai Inc. Andover, Massachusetts, USA

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Presenter: Professor Susan Ramus & Facilitator: Dr Jason Wong

Randwick Precinct Cancer Genomics Roundtable [October 2017]

A light lunch will be provided from 12:00pm prior to the interactive discussion facilitated by

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Medicine Learning L&T Forum

The Medicine L&T Forum showcases a variety of leaning and teaching practices as well as stunning innovations. It provides an opportunity to discuss the “nuts and bolts” of learning changes with the actual teachers involved. Posters include reports on established changes, experimental use of learning technologies and works in progress.

This once a year event brings together teachers and educationists from across the faculty for a networking occasion and a chance to make links with like minds.

The Medicine L&T awards and Dean awards will be handed out at the forum.

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Revolution in Breast Cancer - Diagnosis and Treatment

NSW Health Pathology East
RESEARCH SYMPOSIUM

TIME: 9am – 2pm

The focus of the symposium will be talks from specialists in Histopathology, Clinical Chemistry, Genetics and Oncology relating to the latest diagnosis, research and treatment.

Professor John Pimanda – ‘Ageing and clonal blood disorders’
A/Professor Rosemary Balleine - 'Proteomic profiling of breast cancer'
Professor Boon Chua – ‘Recent advances in Radiation Oncology management of breast cancer’

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Cancer Metabolism Roundtable

Cancer Metabolism Roundtable

 

Facilitator: A/Prof Phoebe Phillips, Leader of the Pancreatic Cancer Translational Research Group, Lowy Cancer Research Centre

 

Cancer metabolism inhibitors from bench to bedside

 

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Image - Shifting Landscapes in Medical Research Funding – recent policy developments

Shifting Landscapes in Medical Research Funding – recent policy developments

This seminar aims to inform researchers about the changing landscape of acquiring research funding. The NHMRC restructure and the MRFF signal significant changes. This series aims to encourage researchers to start planning their strategies. Presentations from Professors Nicholas Fisk (DVCR), Anthony Kelleher (Acting Dean of Medicine), Phoebe Phillips (NHMRC Structural Review Committee) with other eminent leaders, will discuss the changes and opportunities and what they mean for research at UNSW.

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