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Lowy Cancer Research Centre Seminar - Prof Grant McArthur

The Lowy Cancer Research Centre is honoured to have Professor Grant McArthur speak at the Centre's monthly Seminar Series.

Professor McArthur is Co-chair of Melanoma and Skin Service, Head of the Molecular Oncology Laboratory and the Translational Research Laboratory at the Peter MacCaullum Cancer Centre

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Lowy Cancer Research Centre Seminar - Prof Robert Parton - The formation and function of caveolae: new insights into an enigmatic organelle

The Lowy Cancer Research Centre is honoured to have Professor Robert Parton speak at the Centre's monthly Seminar Series. His seminar  will address "The formation and function of caveolae: new insights into an enigmatic organelle"

Professor Parton is an NHMRC Australia Fellow and group leader for Cell Surface in Health and Disease research at the IMB, University of Queensland.

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Lowy Cancer Research Centre Seminar - Prof Angel Lopez

The Lowy Cancer Research Centre is honoured to have Prof Angel Lopez speak as part of the Centre's 2013 Seminar Series. His seminar is entitled "The ßc cytokine receptor family: Structural insights and signalling mechanisms"

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CCIA Seminar Series - "The Signalling Networks Regulating Cell Shape"

The Lowy Cancer Research Centre is honoured to have Dr Chris Bakal speak as part of the CCIA Seminar Series

Dr Bakal is Team Leader in the Division of Cancer Biology at the Chester Beatty Laboratories, Institute of Cancer Research (London UK), and a Research Career Development Fellow of the Wellcome Trust.

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Lowy Cancer Research Centre Seminar - “Novel Therapies with Biomimetic Supramolecular Nanostructures"

The Lowy Cancer Research Centre is honoured to have Prof Samuel Stupp speak as part of Special Seminar presentation in conjunction with the Australian Centre for Nanomedicine. 

Prof Stupp is Director, Louis A. Simpson and Kimberly K. Querrey Center for Regenerative Nanomedicine and Director, Institute for BioNanotechnology in Medicine, Northwestern University. He is the current Visiting Professor at the Australian Centre for Nanomedicine at UNSW

 

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Research Students Information Evening

Students interested in Honours, Masters or Post Graduate research in the medical sciences are invited to attend an information night in the Wallace Wurth Building.

This one-stop-shop will be a great opportunity to meet with potential supervisors and current students to find out more about Honours, Masters and PhD projects on offer in 2014 in the School of Medical Sciences and Groups within the Lowy Cancer Research Centre (including the Adult Cancer Program, Centre for Vascular Research and Children's Cancer Institute Australia).

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Adult Cancer Program Seminar - , "Advanced MRI biomarkers for personalised management of brain tumour patients"

The Adult Cancer Program is honoured to have Dr Brad Moffat, Director of the Brain Imaging Laboratory at the University of Melbourne Medical School speak at a special seminar presentation.

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Three Minute Thesis Competition

Come and hear UNSW’s best and brightest PhD candidates pitch their ideas. Discover future frontiers and research directions in areas such as medicine, science, law, engineering, business and arts. There will be high profile judges, great prizes and refreshments.

We want your vote for the People's Choice Award!

Contestants will have just 3 minutes to present a compelling oration on their thesis topic that will inform and engage an intelligent but non-specialist audience.

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CCIA Seminar Series - Dr Kaylene Simpson

Children's Cancer Institute Australia is honoured to have Dr Kaylene Simpson, speak as part of the CCIA Seminar Series. The title of this seminar is “High throughput RNAi and miRNA screening strategies for functional gene analysis”

Dr Simpson is  Head of the, Victorian Centre for Functional Genomics at the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre, Melbourne

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CCIA Seminar Series - “High throughput RNAi and miRNA screening strategies for functional gene analysis”

Children's Cancer Institute Australia is honoured to have Dr Kaylene Simpson, speak as part of the CCIA Seminar Series. The title of this seminar is “High throughput RNAi and miRNA screening strategies for functional gene analysis”

Dr Simpson is  Head of the, Victorian Centre for Functional Genomics at the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre, Melbourne

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