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Drug Delivery Australia Virtual Meeting 2020

Frontiers in Drug Delivery: Celebrating Early Career Researchers

Monday 23 November 2020

For more information, registration and abstract submission, click on this link


Healthy Development Adelaide Event

Children, Young people and families during COVID-19: Lessons learned and ways forward

Wednesday 4 November 2020 6-7pm

The Zoom link will be provided to registrants on the day. Numbers are limited

For more details and to register clink on this link


Adelaide BioMed City

ABMC Research Mini-Reviews - CALHN on Renal Disease

Tuesday 3 November 2020 4.30-5pm

Professor Toby Coates - Recycling Pancreatic Islets in Hereditary Pancreatitis - preventing cancer; relieving pain and preventing diabetes

Associate Professor Shilpa Jesudason - Clinical Research in CNARTS

Join via Zoom: https://sahmri.zoom.us/j/97270698207


Patient-Derived In Vitro Models: advances and Challenges

Bringing together scientists with a strong expertise/interest in patient-derived in vitro models, to get inspired and expand your network.

Friday 30 October 2020 2-5pm

UniSA, HB8-18, City West 

For more details and to register your interest click here


Adelaide BioMed City

ABMC Research Mini-Reviews - UniSA on Cancer

Tuesday 27 October 2020 4.30-5pm

Professor Doug Brooks - Detecting the primary pathogenesis in prostate cancer

Professor Greg Goodall - Using genomic technologies to understand the regulatory circuitry driving cancer metastasis

Join via Zoom: https://sahmri.zoom.us/j/97270698207


Bliss Science & Innovation Inc.

Bliss Adelaide 2020 Virtual Conference

20-23 October 2020

Keynote Speaker: Dr Cathy Foley - CSIRO Chief Scientist, World renowned physician and science leader

For registration and video submission details click here - Registrations close 30 September 2020


Adelaide BioMed City

ABMC Research Mini-Reviews - University of Adelaide on Clinical Trials

Tuesday 20 October 2020 4.30-5pm

Professor Sepehr Shakib - Clinical trial support: people and facilities

Associate Professor Tarik Sammour - Improving pateint outcomes after bowel cancer surgery

Join via Zoom: https://sahmri.zoom.us/j/97270698207


TQEH Research Expo

Thursday 15 October - Location: BHI Seminar Rooms,  37a Woodville Road

1:30pm - Student Mini-Oral Presentations

Friday 16 October - Location: TQEH, Level 2, Main Lecture Theatre, 28 Woodville Road

8:15am - Student Oral Presentations

12pm - PLENARY LECTURE - “Recycling Islets to Treat Diabetes”

2pm - Student Oral Presentations

4pm - 3MT® & Award Presentations

Full program and Zoom links are available on the BHI website


Adelaide BioMed City

ABMC Research Mini-Reviews - SAHMRI on Indigenous Health

Tuesday 13 October 2020 4.30-5pm

Professor Alex Brown - Aboriginal Health Equity - SAHMRI

Kim Morey - Aboriginal Health Equity Research

Join via Zoom: https://sahmri.zoom.us/j/97270698207


Adelaide BioMed City

ABMC Research Mini-Reviews - SAHMRI on Atherosclerosis

Tuesday 6 October 2020 4.30-5pm

Dr Christina Bursill - Models and methods of measuring atherosclerosis and angiogenesis

Associate Professor Peter Psaltis - From fundamental discovery to clinical practice: targeting new molecular and cellular players in vascular disease

Join via Zoom: https://sahmri.zoom.us/j/97270698207


Adelaide BioMed City

ABMC Research Mini-Reviews - CALHN on Nutrition

Tuesday 29 September 2020 4.30-5pm

Dr Lee-anne Chapple - ICU Research: Beyond survival

Professor Chris Rayner - A gut instinct about nutrition - overview of a Centre of Research Excellence

Join via Zoom: https://sahmri.zoom.us/j/97270698207


Adelaide BioMed City

ABMC Research Mini-Reviews - UniSA on Chronic Pain

Tuesday 22 September 2020 4.30-5pm

Professor Lorimer Moseley - Reducing the burden of chronic pain: from Innovation to Implementation

Join via Zoom: https://sahmri.zoom.us/j/97270698207 


The Future of Meetings Symposium

CSIRO is hosting a three-day virtual symposium about the future of how we work, educate, collaborate and interact. This symposium is an experiment in how we can build effective virtual conferences while incorporating lessons learned from other experiences in this realm. Join this event for a journey of exploration into the potential that lies ahead for the future of meetings.

Dates: 15–17 September 2020

Register here


Images of Research

Photography and Videography Competition

UniSA’s 2020 Images of Research and Enterprise Competition has now been launched.

The intent of the competition is to:

  • Highlight the power and creativity of our research both within and beyond UniSA;
  • Recognise and reward the creativity of our research staff and students; and
  • Provide a series of images for communicating the value and the beauty of our research with our community, business partners, alumni and donors.

We are looking for inspiring photography or videography that tells a story about the research we do, and the people who make it happen.

Competition closes Wednesday 30 September, 5.00pm ACST.


Adelaide BioMed City

ABMC Research Mini-Reviews - SAHMRI on Leukaemia

Tuesday 15 September 2020 4.30-5pm

Professor Mark Hutchinson - Exploiting the mind-body connection - Objective measurement of health and disease

Dr Johan Verjans - Machine Learning in Medicine: Past Present and Future

Join via Zoom: https://sahmri.zoom.us/j/97270698207 


Basil Hetzel Institute Invited Speaker Seminar

Tuesday 15 September 2020 1-2pm

Speaker: Professor Peter Hoffmann, Strand Leader and Lloyd Sansom Chair, Biomaterials Engineering and Nanomedicine, Future Industries Institute, UniSA - Advances in clinical proteomics: applications to cancer research

Where: Basil Hetzel Institute, Ground Floor Seminar Rooms, 37a Woodville Road, Woodville South, SA 5011

For more information, click here


Adelaide BioMed City

ABMC Research Mini-Reviews - SAHMRI on Leukaemia

Tuesday 8 September 2020 4.30-5pm

Professor Tim Hughes - Chronic myeloid leukaemia – current challenges

Professor Deborah White - Therapeutic Triage and Risk Stratification in Leukaemia: The Important Role Of Genomics

Join via Zoom: https://sahmri.zoom.us/j/92461359742


Adelaide BioMed City

ABMC Research Mini-Reviews - CALHN on Cancer

Tuesday 1 September 2020 4.30-5pm

Professor Michael Brown - RAH Cancer Clinical Trials Unit and new opportunities in the precinct

Associate Professor David Ross - South Australian Cancer Research Biobank (SACRB)

Join via Zoom: https://sahmri.zoom.us/j/99771326482


Adelaide BioMed City

ABMC Research Mini-Reviews - University of South Adelaide on Pharmacy

Tuesday 25 August 2020 4.30pm-5pm

Professor Libby Roughead - Quality use of medicines: How do we achieve it?

Professor Clive Prestidge - Nanostructured Drug Delivery Systems: Crossing Biological Barriers, Enhancing Biodistribution and Advancing New Medicines

Join via Zoom: https://sahmri.zoom.us/j/96558054375


How the Coronavirus Infects Science

CBNS Webinar for National Science Week

Thursday 20 August 12.30pm

This National Science Week, our colleagues at the ARC CoE CBNS are hosting an outreach panel webinar that delves into the global COVID-19 pandemic and how our scientific research world will be affected. 

Aimed at the general public, we will discuss how current research has been halted as our scientists prioritise looking into how to examine the virus at a cellular level; how to more efficiently test it; how vaccine development works and how science and research will develop post COVID-19.

The panel consists of the below researchers who are working in a wide range of disciplines and are able to spread some light on how research into chronic illness and diseases has been affected. Join us on Thursday 20th August at 12.30 pm for a 90-minute panel with Q&As.

The panellists are:

  • CI Associate Professor John McGhee (UNSW)
  • CI Dr Simon Corrie (Monash)
  • Dr Martina Jones (UQ) (National Biologics Facility at UQ, and we have been assisting the Rapid Response Vaccine Pipeline team at UQ with the manufacturing process for the candidate COVID19 vaccine.")
  • Dr* Julia Walker (Monash) *PhD submitted but waiting on approval
  • Ms Hannah Kelly (UoM) (Doherty Institute)

Please register if interested.


HPC Round Table

3.30pm-4.30pm on Wednesday 19 August 2020

Hosted by ISTS and Dell EMC’s Dr Wolfgang Mertz

Data is the New Oil for HPC – Especially in Medicine

  • Data Growth and AI is what everyone is talking about – but who holds the World Record in both?
  • Precision Medicine – the Game Changer in Diagnosis and Patient Treatment
  • Examples how Data Revolutionizes Medicine
  • IT Challenges around Healthcare Data
  • Necessary HPC Infrastructure made easy – HPC from a Data Perspective

Register now at Eventbrite


Adelaide BioMed City

ABMC Research Mini-Reviews - The University of Adelaide on Public Health

Tuesday 18 August 2020 4.30pm-5pm

Professor Tracy Merlin - Health for all: Research that shapes public access to medicines, tets, devices and procedures

Professor Caroline Miller - SAHMRI Health Policy Centre

Join via Zoom: https://sahmri.zoom.us/j/94891585405 


Basil Hetzel Institute Invited Speaker Seminar:  Dr Jess Borger

1:00pm - 2:00pm on Tuesday 7 April 2020

Speaker:  Dr Jess Borger, Monash University, Melbourne, Australia and the University of Edinburgh, UK.

Title:  The role of the transmembrane protein Caveolin-1 in T cell signalling and extracellular communication

Chair:  Associate Professor Wendy Ingman, THRF Breast Cancer Research Fellow, Breast Biology and Cancer Unit, The University of Adelaide and Basil Hetzel Institute, TQEH.  (Email:  wendy.ingman@adelaide.edu.au)

More information:  www.basilhetzelinstitute.com.au/events/


Basil Hetzel Institute Invited Speaker Seminar:  Emeritus Professor Stuart Parker

2:30pm - 3:30pm on Tuesday 7 April 2020

Speaker:  Emeritus Professor Stuart Parker, Newcastle University, Newcastle, UK.

Title:  Comprehensive Geriatric Assessment (CGA) and Frailty in Acute Care.

Chair:  Dr Joanne Dollard, Postdoctoral Fellow, Adelaide G-TRAC Centre, The University of Adelaide and Basil Hetzel Institute, TQEH.  (Email:  joanne.dollard@adelaide.edu.au)

More information:  www.basilhetzelinstitute.com.au/events/

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    Basil Hetzel Institute Invited Speaker Seminar:  Dr Jess Borger

    1:00pm - 2:00pm on Tuesday, 7 April 2020

    Speaker:  Dr Jess Borger, Monash University, Melbourne, Australia and the University of Edinburgh, UK.

    Title:  The role of the transmembrane protein Caveolin-1 in T cell signalling and extracellular communication

    Chair:  Associate Professor Wendy Ingman, THRF Breast Cancer Research Fellow, Breast Biology and Cancer Unit, The University of Adelaide and Basil Hetzel Institute, TQEH.  (Email:  wendy.ingman@adelaide.edu.au)

    More information:  www.basilhetzelinstitute.com.au/events/

     

    Basil Hetzel Institute Invited Speaker Seminar:  Emeritus Professor Stuart Parker

    2:30pm - 3:30pm on Tuesday, 7 April 2020

    Speaker:  Emeritus Professor Stuart Parker, Newcastle University, Newcastle, UK.

    Title:  Comprehensive Geriatric Assessment (CGA) and Frailty in Acute Care.

    Chair:  Dr Joanne Dollard, Postdoctoral Fellow, Adelaide G-TRAC Centre, The University of Adelaide and Basil Hetzel Institute, TQEH.  (Email:  joanne.dollard@adelaide.edu.au)

    More information:  www.basilhetzelinstitute.com.au/events/

     

    Basil Hetzel Institute Invited Speaker Seminar: Assistant Professor Rachel Dreyer

    1:00pm - 2:00pm on Wednesday, 11 March 2020

    Ground Floor Seminar Rooms, Basil Hetzel Institute, TQEH, 37a Woodville Road, Woodville South 

    Speaker:  Assistant Professor Rachel Dreyer, Center for Outcomes Research and Evaluation (CORE), Yale University School of Medicine (Emergency Medicine), New Haven, Connecticut, USA.

    Title:  Improving Outcomes for Women with Cardiovascular Disease: Past, Present and Future Research

    Chair:  Professor John Beltrame, Michell Chair of Medicine, The University of Adelaide and Director of Research, CALHN.  (Email:  john.beltrame@adelaide.edu.au)

    More information:  www.basilhetzelinstitute.com.au/events/

     

    High Performance Computer (HPC) Hacky Hour 

    12:30pm - 1:30pm on Wednesday, 26 February 2020  &

    12:30pm - 1:30pm on Thursday, 27 February 2020

    GK5-15, City West Campus 

    Want to learn more about HPC and how you can use this for your research?

    UniSA researchers now have a fantastic opportunity to meet the HPC technical team and other HPC users for collaboration and discussion on our NEW HPC cluster TANGO 2.0.

    Join us at our HPC Hacky Hour on Wednesday, 26 February or Thursday, 27 February 2020.

    Pizza & soft drink lunch provided!

    Come along with your laptop and data that you would like to process through Tango 2.0 and we will help you get on board. Register via Eventbrite

    To read more about HPC simply visit the Ask Research webpage.

    If you are keen to learn how to use our HPC cluster, Tango 2.0 Wiki provides you enough information to get you started.

    Additional information such as a list of software that is currently offered within Tango 2.0 is available in Tango 2.0 Service Portal. Simply follow the guidelines on Wiki to create your log in for the Tango 2.0 Service Portal.

    We will see you then…

     

    Basil Hetzel Institute Invited Speaker Seminar: Professor John Spertus  

    12:00pm - 1:30pm on Wednesday, 19 February 2020

    Ground Floor Seminar Rooms, Basil Hetzel Institute, TQEH, 37a Woodville Road, Woodville South 

    Speaker: Professor John Spertus, University of Missouri-Kansas City and Saint Luke's Mid America Heart Institute, Kansas City, USA.

    Title: The ISCHEMIA Trial - Identifying the Optimal Management Strategy for Patients with Stable Ischemic Heart Disease.

    Chair:  Dr Rosanna Tavella, Clinical Data Manager, Translational Vascular Function Research Collaborative, The University of Adelaide and Basil Hetzel Intitute, TQEH.  (Email: rosanna.tavella@adelaide.edu.au)

    More information:  www.basilhetzelinstitute.com.au/events/

     

    Drug Discovery & Development SA Symposium - 17 February 2020

    Leibniz Delegation to Australia Workshop- 12 February 2020

    A joint UniSA and Leibniz Association workshop on Wednesday 12 February 2020, the workshop will cover a broad range of subject related to research conducted at UniSA and three different Leibnitz Institutes including; Plasma Science, Surface Engineering and Proteomics. Additionally, an overview of joint German/Australian grant funding opportunities, an introduction to South Australia – The State of Science by the SA Chief Scientist and an introduction to research at UniSA will be provided.

    To RSVP please email Monique.Stagg@unisa.edu.au by COB Tuesday 4 February 2020

    Free Registration:     eventbrite.com.au/e/89186074951 

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    SA BioCheers networking event - Wednesday 2 October 

    Register to attend the SA BioCheers and reconnect with friends and colleagues before the busy season begins. Hosted by Adelaide BioMed City and sponsored by The University of South Australia, the evening will open with a welcome from Professor Alan Boddy, Director, Cancer Research Institute, Head of School – Pharmacy and Medical Sciences. Come along to share ideas, build new relationships and partnerships, or just catch up with old friends and colleagues in South Australia's vibrant biotechnology community. The evening also gives you the chance to meet your South Australia-based AusBiotech Committee.

    Details and registration    (Registration closes 26 September)

     

    Basil Hetzel Institute Research Seminar - Invited Speaker Series: Dr Roger Yazbek

    Wednesday 4 September, 1:00pm - 2:00pm
    Ground Floor Seminar Rooms, Basil Hetzel Institute, 37a Woodville Road, Woodville South
    Speaker: Dr Roger Yazbek, Catherine Marie Enright Kelly Cancer Research Fellow, College of Medicine and Public Health, Flinders University of South Australia
    Title: Take my breath away: Development of new breath tests for gastrointestinal dysfunction and cancer
    hwww.basilhetzelinstitute.com.au/event/bhi-invited-speaker-seminar-dr-roger-yazbek/

     

    BHI Research Seminar - Invited Speaker Series: Associate Professor Rietie Venter

    Wednesday 28 August, 1:00pm - 2:00pm
    Ground Floor Seminar Rooms, BHI, 37a Woodville Road, Woodville South
    Speaker: 
    Associate Professor Rietie Venter, Head of Microbiology, School of Pharmacy and Medical Sciences, University of South Australia
    Title:Antimicrobial resistance and antimicrobial drug discovery – 90 years since penicillin
    Chair:Dr Nicky Thomas, Senior Research Fellow, School of Pharmacy and Medical Sciences, University of South Australia, Basil Hetzel Institute, Level 1 BHI.
    www.basilhetzelinstitute.com.au/event/bhi-invited-speaker-seminar-associate-professor-rietie-venter/

     

    "Insights in to All of Us" - Presented by Dr Murray Brilliant
    A large scale program aiming to gather data from 1 million people in the United States

    Dr Murray Brilliant, Interim Director of the Centre for Precision Medicine Research, Marshfield Clinic Research Institute.  Dr Brilliant is a geneticist and for the past 30 years his research has focussed on gene discovery, function and drug discovery in the areas of albinism, macular degeneration and glaucoma.

    • Thursday 22 August 2019
    • 2:00pm - 3:00pm
    • Level 8 Cancer Research Institute (HB8-18)

    For more information and to RSVP by no later than Monday 12 August, please email: ACPreH@unisa.edu.au

     

    BHI Research Seminar - Invited Speaker Series

    1-2pm Wednesday 3rd July 
    Ground Floor Seminar Rooms, BHI, 37a Woodville Road, Woodville South
    Speaker: 
    Dr Sarah Boyle, RAH Early Career Fellow, Research Associate, Tumour Microenvironment Laboratory, Centre for Cancer Biology, SA Pathology and University of South Australia
    Title:Generation of a breast cancer-promoting microenvironment via ROCK-mediated mechanical signalling
    Chair: Dr Eric Smith, Solid Tumour Group, Basil Hetzel Institute and The University of Adelaide, Level 1, BHI. 
    www.basilhetzelinstitute.com.au/event/bhi-invited-speaker-seminar-dr-sarah-boyle/

     

    Connect, Collaborate & Commercialise - ATN Research Translation Workshop    17-19 March, 2019

    The ATN workshop will be held in Sydney next month and particularly ECR’s and MCR’s would benefit from these in terms of their research career.
    The workshop will be run as a two-day intensive ‘bootcamp’ on research translation and commercialisation. Researchers will gain a better understanding of how to turn discoveries into commercial ventures, a collection of new connections, and possibly some ideas for new projects.
    The workshop will have a Medtech and Oncology focus but researchers from all disciplines are encouraged to attend to build their multidisciplinary networks.

    For more details, click here about it or you can go direct to the event page: https://atn-workshop-2019.eventbrite.com.au.by no later than Friday 1 March 2019.

    Any other queries, please contact Kerstin Holata:  kerstin.holata@unisa.edu.au

     

    The Developmental Origins of Health and Disease (DOHaD) Society of Australia and New Zealand

    Invite you to attend a free (catered) regional symposium on Monday the 26th of November from 1-5pm in the SAHMRI building on North Terrace. 

    Please register for this free event using the link below (please note - places are limited so please register as soon as you can):

    https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/dohad-sa-regional-symposium-programming-for-a-healthy-life-tickets-52036882717

    It's a fantastic opportunity to network with other researchers investigating a wide range of exposures during "critical windows of development" (largely from preconception-weaning) on later life health. For more information on developmental programming and the DOHaD society, visit the following website: http://www.dohad.org.au/

    In 2019, the international DOHaD Congress will be held in Melbourne between the 20-23rd of October. There is a lot of fantastic ongoing developmental programming research within South Australia, and the 2019 congress is our opportunity to show strong South Australian representation and establish international collaborations. Note that there will be many ECR travel awards available only to those within the ANZ region, providing a great way to send the ECRs in your lab to the meeting (flights are already very cheap, anyway!). This regional symposium represents a good opportunity to network within the DOHaD community prior to the international congress next year.


    Research benchmarking metrics to enhance ARC, NHMRC and funding applications

    using Web of Science and InCites

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    The Library and Clarivate Analytics will be running workshops on using metrics from Web of Science and InCites to provide evidence of your research performance to enhance your grant applications.   
    The trainer from Clarivate Analytics has extensive experience with optimising metrics, and will provide a range of tips on how to find, interpret and use metrics wisely, including:

    • Discovering the increased coverage of journals in Web of Science and InCites through the Emerging Sources Citation Index
    • Reviewing your own individual metrics and identifying highlights
    • Looking at the Category Normalized Citation Impact (known as FWCI in Scopus)
    • Understanding the difference between indicators that are used to benchmark people, journals, and articles
    • Top tips for showcasing your research performance by FoR, national and international comparisons and collaborations.

    Workshops and registration details:

    When Time Location Registration

    Wed 7 November

    10am-12pm

    Mawson Lakes, MM1-04

    https://events.library.unisa.edu.au/event/4708199  

    Wed 7 November

    2pm – 4pm

    City West, JS6-17

    https://events.library.unisa.edu.au/event/4655561  

    Thurs 8 November

    9.30am – 11.30am

    City East, C4-08

    https://events.library.unisa.edu.au/event/4708200  

    If you have questions or topics you would like answered, please send them through to Lby-ResearchServices@unisa.edu.au so we can ensure they are covered.

    Please note you will need to login to access InCites, so bring your password details for Web of Science/InCites/ResearcherID/EndNote (the same password works for all products) with you, or if you don’t have an account or have forgotten your password please access Web of Science then go to the signin prompt top right of screen and follow the prompts.

     

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    Calvary & UniSA Grand Rounds - UniSA Research

    Chairs:   Professor Matt McDonald, Clinical Professor of Neurosurgery
                   Professor Ian Olver AM, Director, University of South Australia Cancer Research Institute

    Thursday 1 November,  6:30pm - 8:00pm
    Calvary Wakefield Auditorium
    Level 3 270 Wakefield Street, Adelaide

    Full details:  click here (.pdf 37kb)

    RSVP:  Tanya Vale:  tanya.vale@unisa.edu.au by Monday 29 October 2018

    South Australian Breast Cancer Study Group (SABCSG) 2018 Scientific Meeting
    New Frontiers in Breast Cancer Treatment

    Saturday 27 October 2018      9:00am - 4:00pm
    University of Adelaide
    AHMS Building, North Terrace

    Guest Speaker:   Assoc. Professor Elgene Lim, NBCF Endowed Chair, Facilty of Medicine UNSW, Senior Staff Specialist, St Vincent's Hospital

    FREE Registration:  vhum@ihug.com.au

    Exploring outcomes for cancer patients and survivors:

    - a free seminar by University of South Australia’s Cancer Research Institute - Professor Ian Olver AM and Churchill Fellow Dr Kate Fennell

    2:00 PM - 4:00 PM

    Barbara Hanrahan Building, Level 2 (BH2-09)  City West Campus

    As part of our Successful Ageing Seminar series, we invite you to attend this FREE seminar to hear from two distinguished presenters on the topic of improving outcomes for cancer patients and survivors in rural Australia.

    Professor Ian Olver AM 
    Director, University of South Australia Cancer Research Institute and Professor of Translational Cancer Research, University of South Australia 
    A renowned oncologist, cancer researcher and bioethicist his research interests are in anticancer drug studies, symptom control, bio-ethics and psycho-oncology, Ian is author of over 290 journal articles and is a regular commentator on cancer issues in Australia and internationally.

    Dr Kate Fennell
    Research Fellow, University of South Australia Cancer Research Institute 
    Kate carries out both qualitative and quantitative research in psycho-oncology, rural health and rural mental health and brings to this role experience from working as a Clinical Psychologist, as well as from growing up on a farm in an isolated rural community. Kate has recently returned from a Churchill Fellowship which allowed her to gather information on this topic from leaders in India, the UK, the Netherlands, Canada and the USA.

    Register now https://functions.unisa.edu.au/sas…

    BHI 'Talking Heads' Research Seminars

    Tuesday 18 September 2018

    The final BHI ‘Talking Heads’ research seminars for 2018 will be held from 12pm, with lunch to follow at 1pm.

    Speaker: Professor Mike Roberts, Research Leader, Therapeutics Research Centre, University of South Australia and Basil Hetzel Institute, TQEH
    Title: "Consumer safety and therapeutics: from the outside looking in"

    Speaker: Professor John Horowitz, Head, TQEH Cardiology Unit and Cardiovascular Pathophysiology and Therapeutics Group, University of Adelaide and Basil Hetzel Institute, TQEH
    Title: "Coronary spasm: the Gordian Knot approach"

    Chair: Dr Yuliy Chirkov, Principal Research Scientist, Cardiovascular Pathophysiology and Therapeutics Group, University of Adelaide and Basil Hetzel Institute, TQEH

    View full details or visit http://www.basilhetzelinstitute.com.au/event/bhi-staff-seminar-2018-09-18/ for more information.

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    Associate Professor Maria Inacio
    Director of the Registry of Older South Australians (ROSA) at SAHMRI, and Adjunct Professor at UniSA.
    The Registry or Older South Australians’ Framework and Current Research.  

    Professor Peter Hoffmann
    Strand Leader and Lloyd Sansom Chair Biomaterials Engineering and Nanomedicine at UniSA’s Future Industries Institute

    Mass Spectrometry Imaging as Tool in Cancer Diagnostics and Cancer Drug Testing Platform  

    Daniel DiFiore
    My Health Record Regional Social Media Coordinator at phn Adelaide

    My Health Record Information Session  

    Professor Marion Eckert
    Foundation Director of the Rosemary Bryant AO Research Centre established as a partnership with the ANMF (SA Branch) and UniSA

    The Rosemary Bryant AO Research Centre 2 years in  

    Dr Nicky Thomas
    An NHMRC Peter Doherty Research Fellow at the School of Pharmacy and Medical Sciences, University of South Australia

    Novel approaches to fight nasty infections- lessons learnt at The Adelaide Biofilm Test Facility  

    Professor John O'Leary
    Lead for Cancer Research at Trinity College Dublin, Director of Pathology at The Coombe Women and Infants University Hospital, Consultant Pathologist at St. James’s Hospital Dublin, Ireland

    New perspectives on cancer metastasis  

    Professor Sandra Hunter
    An internationally recognised exercise scientist, Marquette University USA

    Aging of the Neuromuscular System and Fatigability

    Watch seminar

    Marabelle Heng
    Principal Podiatrist in Singapore General Hospital

    Research collaborations - Making your best, even better

    Watch seminar

     

    Professor Patrick Pietroni
    Jungian Analyst, Director Elizabeth Bryan Foundation Trust, Director Darwin Centre Trust, Director Darwin International Institute for the Study of Compassion

    Imaging the Future: Compassion in to Action

    Watch seminar

    Professor John Rothwell
    A world-leader in the physiology and pathophysiology of human movement, University College London, UK

    Brain stimulation and beyond  
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    Presenter Topic Recording

    Dr Gavin Tempest
    Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Psychiatry at Stanford University USA

    Shining (near infrared) light on brain function during exercise  

    Professor Eva Bezak

    Professor in Medical Radiation, University Of South Australia

    Quo Vadis in Women in STEMM? Medical Physics Status

    Watch seminar

    Anthony Stevens & Tristan Bibbo
    Manager Academic Library Services, City East Campus, University of South Australia, and IT Coordinator for the City East Campus, University of South Australia

     

    Research Data Management

    Watch seminar

     

    Sharing data ethically - ANDS

    Research Data Management guide - UniSA Library

    Professor Gunnar Steineck

    Senior Research Physician, Clinical Epidemiology at Karolinska Institutet, and a Professor of Clinical Cancer Epidemiology at University of Gothenburg in Stockholm, Sweden

    Curing cancer with restored health in the cancer survivor – a new nosology for treatment-induced cancer survivorship diseases that decrease sexual and bowel health to be used for prevention and alleviation

    Watch seminar

     

    Dr Tasha Stanton
    Senior Research Fellow with the Body in Mind Research group at the University of South Australia & Neuroscience Research Australia, Sydney. Her research interests include cortical body representation (how the body is represented in the brain), perception, multimodal illusions, mediated reality, and pain.

    Let's talk about the brain: Modulating pain and stiffness using novel advances in neuroscience

    Watch seminar

    Dr Ross Smith & Professor Mark Billinghurst
    Co-Director of the a Wearable Computer Lab and a Senior Lecturer at the School of Information Technology and Mathematical Sciences, and Professor of Human Computer Interaction at the University of South Australia

    Embracing Augmented and Virtual Reality Technologies

    Watch seminar

    Associate Professor Ian Hewson

    Specialist practitioner in Special Needs Dentistry, St Vincent's Hospital Melbourne

    Reconstruction of head and neck cancer patients at St Vincent's Hospital Melbourne

    Watch seminar

    Professor Catherine Hill

    Professor and Showalter Faculty Scholar, Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana, USA

    Designing small molecule technologies to control arthropod vectors of diseases

    Watch seminar

    Professor Chas Bountra
    Professor of Translational Medicine in the Nuffield Department of Clinical Medicine and Associate Member of the Department of Pharmacology at the University of Oxford

    How can we work together to transform the discovery of new medicines?

    ** Please be advised this seminar was cancelled due to international travel delays**

     

    Angelica Healey & Ann Morgan

    Manager: Research & Data Management Support (ISTS) and Manager, Academic Library Services, University Library (ITEE)

    The Concepts and Principles of Good Data Management for successful research projects

    Watch seminar

    Gillian Caughey

    Senior Research Fellow (Pharmacoepidemiologist) in the School of Pharmacy and Medical Sciences, University of South Australia and School of Medicine, Discipline of Pharmacology, University of Adelaide

    Multimorbidity:  Improving Health Outcomes for Australia's Older Population

    Watch seminar

    Professor Julie Ratcliffe

    Professor of Health Economics within the Institute for Choice, Business School, University of South Australia

    Nothing about us without us:  Building consumer involvement and inclusivity into the methods and application of health economics and economic evaluation

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    Dr Cindy Vestergaard

    STIMSON Centre, Washington DC, U.S.A.

    The Front to Back of Nuclear Safeguards  

    Anthony Stevens

    Manager Academic Library Services, City East Campus, University of South Australia

    Alternative Metrics: what is all the tweet about?

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    Almetrics (5Mb)
    Tips & Tricks
    Your Online Presence
    UniSA Requirements/
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    Jessica Lovering

    Director of Energy at the Breakthrough Institute, Oakland California

    Between the Rock and the Hard Place - Is there a place for nuclear power: a climate pragmatism project  

    Professor Tanya Monro

    Deputy Vice Chancellor: Research and Innovation and an ARC Georgina Sweet Laureate Fellow, University of South Australia

    New possibilities for sensing and measurement using Photonics

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    Associate Professor Claudine Bonder

    Associate Professor:  Head of the Vascular Biology and Cell Trafficking Laboratory at the Centre for Cancer Biology in Adelaide, South Australia.

    Vasculogenic mimicry, a bloody new way for cancer growth and metastasis

     

    Associate Professor Alwin Chong

    Associate Professor in the Division of Health Sciences at the Univeristy of South Australia

    Positive Futures

     

    Dr Natasha Schranz

    Active Healthy Kids Australia (AHKA) Co-Chair and Research Fellow from The University of South Australia

    Do our kids have all the tools?

     

    Dr Julia Gilmartin-Thomas
    NHMRC-ARC Dementia Research Development Fellow, School of Public Health and Preventative Medine, Monash University

    Medication Management in Older People: A pharmacist researcher’s exploration of medication dispensing and administration in aged care facilities (PhD Research), and analgesic use in older people with and without dementia (Postdoctoral Research)

     

    Dr Kristen Alford

    Director MOD. (Museum of Discovery) UniSA

    Introducing MOD: showcasing the edge of knowledge

     

    Dr Jason Dutton
    Senior Lecturer, Deputy Head, Department of Chemistry and Physics, School of Molecular Sciences, La Trobe University

    Using iodine to unlock new transition metal and main group chemistry

     

    Dr Patrizia Furlan

    Program Director: Journalism and Professional Writing, School of Communication, International Studies and Languages, UniSA

    Lost in translation? Important things to know about how the news media report on medical research

     

    Associate Professor David Seminowicz

    Department of Neural and Pain Sciences, School of Dentistry, University of Maryland, Baltimore, USA

    Discovering Emotional and Cognitive Brain Network Dysfunction in Chronic Pain with Neuroimaging