Medical Sciences

A quick reminder that our Annual Memorial and Dedication service is being held today at 5:30pm in Bonython Hall. Families of past donors, University staff, students, community representatives and members of the public are invited to attend. More information on the service is in the post below.

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The University of Adelaide extends an invitation to attend the School of Medical Sciences Annual Memorial and Dedication Service.

The Annual Memorial and Dedication Service is held on behalf of all Universities in South Australia to pay tribute to those who, by bequeathing their bodies to medical science, provide opportunities for life-saving research and training for our community’s health care workers.

The staff and students of the University are extremely grateful to donors and their families, and express sincere appreciation of the role they play in the advancement of medical science.

Families of past donors, University staff, students, community representatives and members of the public are invited to attend.

  • Wednesday 4th March, 2015 at 5:30pm, the University of Adelaide, Bonython Hall, North Terrace, Adelaide

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Medical Sciences Dr. Ian Musgrave has had an article published in the latest “Chemistry in Australia” on the toxicity of tattoo inks. Allergy and infection are two causes for caution when contemplating a tattoo. But are tattoo pigments toxic, and do they increase the risk of cancer?

Read the article at Chemistry in Australia November 2014

http://www.raci.org.au/flipbook?id=101#page=8

 

 

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Congratulations to Viythia Katharesan in becoming the recpient of two awards from the recent Postgraduate Research Expo at the Adelaide University Wine Centre. The awards were awarded for her PhD project on the role of ageing on motoneuronal survival. Her results may help explain why treatments for Motor Neurone Disease have failed so far. The two awards were: 1)    [...]

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Congratulations to Tania Crotti for being the recipient of The American Society for Bone and Mineral Research grants in Aid Program.  The program provides $1 million in research funding for 20 grants of $50,000 USD to ASBMR members who have submitted a peer-reviewed grant application to a major funding sponsor and received a full review but [...]

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Congratulations to Joshua Burton and Andrea Yool for having their work featured in today’s Neurology Update.  Joshua and Andrea have discovered a way to use two compounds in a way they believe will firstly contain damage from traumatic brain injury and then assist healing. Timing is crucial for the process to work, says researcher Dr [...]

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On Tuesday 26th August our own VC took up the ALS #icebucketchallenge trending on social media with help from two of our researchers in the school. Ian Johnson and Viythia Katharesan. The VC was nominated by student Beau Brug. Ian (senior lecturer) and Viythia (PhD candidate) are researching Motor Neurone Disease (MND), also known as ALS. Two Australians per [...]

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Destination(s): •             San Diego, California; USA •             Miami, Florida; USA This year, I was a lucky recipient of the School of Medical Sciences HDR Travel Scholarship. This funding facilitated travel to the USA where I attended the 2014 MASCC/ISOO (Multinational Association for Supportive Care in Cancer/International Society for Oral Oncology) International Symposium for Supportive Care [...]

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Researchers at the University of Adelaide are investigating a link between people involved in endurance sports, such as running, cycling or triathlons, and an increased risk of heart arrhythmia. South Australians currently involved in endurance sports and exercise are now being sought for the study. Research leader Dr Adrian Elliott, from the University’s School of [...]

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Congratulations to one of the school’s Honour candidates Michael De Ieso for not only receiving the Jemima Lendrum Honours Prize for Cancer Research 2014 but also the Gerald Germer Honours Scholarship for 2014. Outstanding! More info on the award can be found on the link below: https://www.adelaide.edu.au/scholarships/honours/jemimalendrum.html    

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