Parent’s day

On the 19 February, parents of new nursing and medicine students had the opportunity to partake in a special tour of the new AHMS building. Thank you to everyone who came along on the day and all who were involved in the planning. For anyone who missed the presentation and would like to view the slides, click […]

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Northern Communities Lecture – Professor Michael Nauck

New treatments for type 2 diabetes to decrease the risk of heart disease and prolong life In this lecture, Professor Nauck will discuss his research pertaining to the type 2 diabetes research and treatments he has developed over the last 25 years. He recognised the potential of the hormone GLP-1 for treating patients with type […]

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Special Studies Program (SSP) Applications for 2018 Are Now Open

Applications are currently being invited from eligible academic staff who wish to participate in the Special Studies Program during January 2018 to December 2018. Guidelines and application forms can be downloaded from the HR website.  Additional information and Faculty specific requirements can be found on the Faculty website https://health.adelaide.edu.au/research/research-funding/ Applications addressing both Faculty and University […]

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2017 Young Tall Poppy Science Awards

Are you an Early-Mid career scientist passionate about communicating science to the general population? Nominations for the 2017 Young Tall Poppy Science Awards (EMCRs under 35 yrs, <10 years post PhD or equivalent industry experience) open Monday 27th February and close midnight Monday 9th April 2017. To find out more about the Tall Poppy Campaign […]

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CSIRO ON Prime – Applications now open

Applications for the 2017 CSIRO ON Prime program open TODAY. CSIRO ON Prime is a national, entry level, part time pre-accelerator program, aimed at researcher groups looking to investigate real world application of their technology.  The program runs over 8 weeks, and requires a commitment of 6 days face to face, and an additional 10 […]

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2017 FHMS Research Travel Awards

Applications are now invited for round 1 The Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences Research Travel Awards are intended to facilitate national and international travel for researchers to attend and present at conferences, build collaborations, network and to communicate and promote research. Research travel awards of up to $1,000 will be offered for national travel […]

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Women’s Research Excellence Award 2016 – Kisha Sivanathan

Kisha Sivanathan is leading the way to develop an alternative to heavy reliance on pharmaceutical drugs post organ transplant with her intensive stem cell research. Since completing her PhD at the University of Adelaide in August 2016, Kisha has not only been recognised for her work by receiving the Women’s Research Excellence Award, but also […]

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Dr Roneal Naidu Memorial Prize

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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Research Impact Seminar – Translating Research for Impact: Strategies for Success | Monday 7th November 4 – 6pm

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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