Over the next 2 years the Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences will be undergoing a number of major relocations of space, in particular the AHMS and HSIS Stage2, which consolidates many groups into the existing Medical School North and South buildings. These relocations involve vacating a number of areas that have been occupied for many years, and understandably include large amounts of papers, files, records and books need to be archived, moved or disposed of. All of these relocations will involve consolidation of spaces, which means much less storage capacity for physical items.

The Faculty’s principles on disposal of surplus items are:

  • Disposal of surplus material is the responsibility of the School/Area.
  • Material should be sorted and disposed in advance of relocation.
  • The Faculty Services Team can organise bins for disposal, with 2-3 days’ notice.
  • In general there will be no storage available for items not being relocated. If storage is required for legal or other compelling reasons, the Faculty Services Team will organise this, but it will be at the School/Area expense. End dates for stored material will be required to ensure material is not kept longer than required.
  • All materials left in vacated areas will be disposed of by the Faculty, at the School/Area’s expense. Salvage and recycling will be considered depending on resource and time constraints.

Find out more about the AHMS PaperLite project.

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There are 80 bike spaces inside the AHMS building and a further 70 outside in the Urban Park area. This is more than the equivalent for any other University building. The end-of-trip facilities include the following features:

  • Secure bike storage is located on the lower ground level
  • The bike storage area has 50 small lockers and clothes drying/hanging facilities
  • Vertical hanging Ned Kelly bike racks for efficient space These racks suit all styles and make of bicycles and fully support the bikes without damaging the frame or wheel
  • Entry is via the Northern Access Road, which runs adjacent to and behind the AHMS Building
  • Female and male showers and change rooms are on the Lower Ground Level. Each room has 3 showers, toilet, 2 hand basins, hand dryer and 25 small lockers with swipe card access
  • The Lower Ground Level also has an Access Change Suite – includes a shower, hand dryer and toilet.

Any questions please contact the AHMS project team or view the FAQ webpage.

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beanbarThe AHMS building will have a permanent café on the ground floor, serving students, staff and visitors. The successful retailer has been appointed via a tender process: Bean Bar. Bean Bar are an Adelaide company with six outlets already operating in the CBD. Bean Bar’s full café range of food and drinks include hot lunch specials and a fresh juice bar, and will be available for catering for meetings or events in the building.

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Applications are invited for the Dr Roneal Naidu Memorial Prize that has been established by a contribution to the University by Professor Ravi Naidu, in memory of his late son Roneal who was an MBBS 2002 graduate. The prize is to be awarded annually by the University and will be awarded in recognition of research […]

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As a biomedical, clinical or health services researcher, would you like to add value and community impact to your next funding application? You are invited to an interactive seminar that explores the advantages of incorporating translational research strategies into funding applications. Presenters include: Professor Julie Owens, Pro Vice-Chancellor – Research Strategy Professor Andrew Zannettino, Associate […]

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One end of the Mayo Café on the ground floor of Union House, has now been transformed into a prototype display of the office spaces and work stations staff will use in the Adelaide Health and Medical Sciences building. The mock office fit out is similar to what will be in the AHMS building, and […]

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The Faculty of Health & Medical Sciences are pleased to welcome the Adelaide Dental School and the Australian Research Centre for Population Oral Health (ARCPOH) to the groups moving to the Adelaide Health & Medical Sciences building in 2017. ARCPOH will be located on Level 9 of the building alongside the School of Public Health, […]

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Closing Monday 31 October 2016 Cooperative Research Centre for Cell Therapy Manufacturing (CTM CRC) is seeking exceptional students to undertake their PhD studies on projects supporting the cell therapy industry. CTM CRC students receive a top-up stipend of $8,000 p.a. plus project operating funds of $15,000 p.a. Students are also enrolled on the CRC’s ‘entrepreneurial […]

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Illumina and SAHMRI are pleased to announce an upcoming educational event. Join us for a half day symposium to learn more about Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) and how this technology is changing the future. Today’s complex genomic research questions demand a depth of information beyond the capacity of traditional DNA sequencing technologies. NGS has filled that gap […]

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Bionomics Merck 4th Annual Symposium – 7 November 2016 One-day Symposium in Adelaide, Registration Free Please join us in a special event supported jointly by Bionomics and Merck to celebrate their joint research collaboration targeting cognitive dysfunction associated with Alzheimer’s disease and other central nervous system conditions. This exciting meeting will bring together leading industry, academic […]

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