Scientific Seminar Series

Upcoming SAHMRI Scientific Seminar Series

SAHMRI will be hosting a weekly Scientific Seminar Series. They will be held each Tuesday in 2019 in the SAHMRI Auditorium from 10:00am - 11:00am.

The overarching objective of the seminars is to highlight the health and medical research occurring across the Institute, allowing researchers within SAHMRI to present on their current research activities and achievements, as well as fostering collaboration amongst researchers across each of the themes.

This week:

When: Tuesday 16 April 2019

Presenter: Dr Mark Larance

Topic: Systems proteomics of the intermittent fasting response highlights the importance of HNF4A

Next week:

When: Tuesday 23 April 2019

Presenter: Prof Jürgen Götz

Topic: Alzheimer's disease - basic mechanisms and ultrasound-based therapeutic interventions


DatePresenterResearch Interest
Tuesday 7 May 2019Dr Ashleigh SmithThe use of exercise for brain health in older adults at risk of dementia
Tuesday 14 May 2019A/Prof Tarik SammourUndertaking patient-centered outcome based clinical trials in colorectal surgery
Tuesday 21 May 2019Professor Jonathan CarapetisThe reduction of rheumatic heart disease
Tuesday 4 June 2019Professor Emeritus Alan Mackay-SimRepairing damaged spinal cords
Tuesday 11 June 2019Professor Stuart BrierleyGastrointestinal Neuroscience
Tuesday 23 July 2019Professor Frank BloomfieldNeonatology

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