The POWCS Postgraduate Student Group Catch-ups are a monthly social event to get to know other students across the Lowy and POWH.
The next group meeting is on Wednesday, 26 April at 5pm
Scientific discoveries will be translated to clinical care more rapidly with the collaboration of partners under one roof at the newly-opened Bright Building.
Premier Gladys Berejiklian and Health Minister Brad Hazzard opened the $114 million building on the Randwick Hospitals Campus on Tuesday.
The spirit of collaboration and friendship keeps Professor David Goldstein returning every year to Hue, central Vietnam, where he volunteers his time and knowledge to a local oncology project.
The Prince of Wales Clinical School conjoint professor has been project director to the Health Volunteers Overseas (HVO) oncology project in Hue since 2012.
The Research Bazaar is coordinated by UNSW, UTS, University of Sydney, Macquarie University and ANDS promoting the digital literacy emerging at the center of modern research.
To students commnecing their research projects in 2018,
You are invited to Prince of Wales Clinical School’s first ever program to connect ILP/Honours students with various POW Hospital departments for your research projects commencing in 2018.
This is a great opportunity to meet with prospective supervisors to discuss potential projects.
POWCS HDR student Emily He was awarded the inaugural White-Walker Cancer Research (Oxford) Scholarship, working in Oxford in 2016/17. Whilst at Oxford, Emily attended the World Cancer Congress in Paris.
Emily describes her scholarship experience below:
POWCS is pleased to announce that Chris Pardy, from UNSW Stats Central, will be working in the school (Lowy level 2) one day per week on Tuesdays offering free design and analysis advice to POWCS HDR and ILP students and staff*.
Congratulations to Emma Devenney who was recently awarded the Dean's Award for Rising Star PhD student.
The Media Office has advised the School of the top 10 research stories for UNSW Medicine in 2016, measured by total Australian audience reach on international and online media.
Research in our School are featured prominently in the list:
#2 Medical scientists develop 'game-changing' stem cell repair system (April, 4.5 million) - John Pimanda and Vashe Chandrakanthan