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Surviving the zombie apocalypse -a holiday adventure

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30 Jun 2014, 07 Jul 2014

10am-4.30pm June 30 - July 11 This really is your only hope to train to defeat possible real Zombie* diseases in Australia's only public disease museum, teaching you to avoid the Zombie Apocalypse. The Museum’s display of human tissue specimens may not be appropriate for everyone please consider this prior to purchasing your ticket. * Zombies may not be real, but the science...

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

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21 Mar 2018 -
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...

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Research Runtime – Speed networking for researchers and clinicians

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09 Mar 2018 -

Research Runtime Theme: Invasion and Evasion – cancer, infectious diseases and immunology. Come along to meet other researchers and explore new collaborations. The session will...

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Using birth cohorts to find causes of childhood disease from SIDs to childhood cancer

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22 Feb 2018 -

Prof Terry Dwyer, MD, PhD, Executive Director at the George Institute for Global Health, University of Oxford, Oxford, UK

Committee...

Alzheimer’s tau protein and the post-synapse in disease

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21 Feb 2018 -

SOMS/BABS/GSBME Cross Faculty Seminar Series

Speaker: Professor Lars Ittner, Head of...

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