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, building on important synergies. Just one floor up the Adelaide Dental School will now be moving to a new home on Level 10. Information sessions and updates will be provided also to these groups to ensure teams have all the information they need as we progress toward relocation in 2017. For more information, visit the AHMS website.



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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 PhD’ (ePhD) Program, which creates industry-ready graduates possessing valuable transferrable skills, an understanding of research translation and commercialisation, and an entrepreneurial mindset.

For more information about available research projects and how to apply, interested candidates should visit the Scholarships section of CTM CRC’s website:

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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 and become an everyday tool to address these questions.

This Seminar is offered free of charge but registration is required as space is limited.

When: Tuesday 13 September 2016

1.15 PM – 4.45 PM

Where: SAHMRI Auditorium

North Terrace, Adelaide

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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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Kids Navigate Neuroscience is back in 2016 and is bigger and better than ever! This event is supported by National Science Week and was ranked in the top 5 events nationwide by RiAus in 2015. Kids Navigate Neuroscience sees children come to the University to learn about Neuroscience through participation in a series of Neuroscience-themed […]

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The Adelaide Health Simulation and Skills Centre, located on Level 2 of the new Adelaide Health and Medical Sciences (AHMS) building, will be the most high-tech healthcare teaching facility in Australasia. The innovative, state-of-the-art learning environment has been developed to address the current and future inter-professional learning needs of our Medicine, Nursing, Psychology and Bachelor […]

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Public Health will be moving to the Adelaide Health and Medical Sciences building (AHMS) in 2017 along with the Adelaide Medical and Nursing Schools and the Adelaide Dental Hospital. After careful consideration of the right fit for the extra floor of the building, and as part of the Health Sciences Infrastructure Strategy Stage 2 project, […]

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The annual Business/Higher Education Round Table (B/HERT) Awards showcase the benefits of collaboration and improve links between industry and universities.  Each year the winners are announced at a gala dinner where outstanding collaborative projects are celebrated by business, industry and tertiary educators. Project winners are listed on the B/HERT website along with pictures of the […]

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The European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL) Australia are offering the opportunity to undertake interdisciplinary, postgraduate research for a PhD degree at Australia’s top life sciences laboratories in Melbourne, Sydney, Adelaide and Canberra. Successful applicants will receive generous scholarships and travel grants. This is a great opportunity for prospective PhD students, who can be enrolled through the University […]

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Prominent dentist and graduate of the University of Adelaide, Dr Joseph (“Joe”) Verco has made a major gift of $250,000 to the University’s new Health and Medical Sciences building. Dr Verco, pictured with his wife Ms MaryLou Bishop has had a long association with dental education and research throughout his career and he will have […]

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