Public Forum: Making Babies in the 21st Century. Wednesday 18 October.

Making Babies in the 21st Century
Registrations open

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You’re invited to the 2017 Making babies in the 21st Century free public forum hosted by the Robinson Research Institute, held in the new Adelaide Health and Medical Sciences Building!

In its 5th year, this event will provide you with research findings from leading reproductive health experts, guiding you on how to conceive and have a healthy baby in today’s environment – moderated by Amanda Blair.

  • Louise Johnson, CEO, Victorian Assisted Reproductive Treatment Authority 
    Your Fertility Potential – helping people to conceive and have a healthy baby 
  • Professor Rob Norman AO, Medical Director, Fertility SA
    …and would you like IVF with that?
  • Dr Deirdre Zander-Fox, Regional Scientific Director, Monash IVF Group
    Inside the IVF Lab: What Hot and what’s Not
  • Dr Renae Fernandez, Early Career Researcher, Robinson Research Institute
    Shift work and women’s fertility
  • Dr John Schjenken, Early Career Researcher, Robinson Research Institute
    How everyday chemicals impact fertility and pregnancy
**And the first 30 people who register their interest will see a demonstration of the delivery of a baby. You will tour the new Adelaide Health Simulation facilities, one of the most advanced medical learning environments in Australia, and get a hands on experience with the birthing simulator, Lucina. This is an opportunity not to be missed! (commencing at 5pm before the forum).

Event Details  
Wednesday 18 October
5:30pm – 7:30pm (5pm for birthing simulator – max 30 attendees)
the brand new Adelaide Health and Medical Sciences Building, G030 Lecture Theatre
The University of Adelaide, 57 North Terrace, Adelaide
(The bright yellow building at the West End of North Terrace).
Registrations essential as places are limited!

Free public forum – parking will be limited, please consider the Adelaide Convention Centre Car Park or the Wilson Car Park on Hindley Street.
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