Monthly Archives: October 2011

Booking School Resources on Calendar

The School has a number of resources available for booking through Calendar (meeting rooms, shared equipment, O&G vehicle) and this makes booking easy and convenient, particularly as it can tie a resource booking in with a number of participants.  However to allow tracking and contact in emergencies it is essential that those booking a resource [...]

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2011 NHMRC Equipment Grant Support

The 2011 NHMRC Equipment Grant round is now open. Applications are invited from teams seeking funds to purchase equipment to be used in health and medical research, as supported by NHMRC and other competitive grant support.
For further information and application instructions, please visit: http://www.adelaide.edu.au/rb/nhmrc/
For SPRH members, the Infrastructure Committee will provide up to 10% of [...]

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SPRH Seminars

Rob Smits, PhD Candidate
Title TBA
12.00 noon Wednesday 26 October
*Updated Wednesday Program 24 Oct WednesdayProg2011
No Friday (28 Oct) Seminar this week

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Reminder! ARC Future Fellowships Workshop

Are you planning to apply in November 2011? Would you like to boost your chances of success?
12.00-1.30 pm Friday 28 October 2011
Seminar Room, Level 2 Med School North
Come along to hear from successful past Future Fellowship recipients and experts from the Faculty

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Research Day RCRH and CSCR

The Research Centre for Reproductive Health and Centre for Stem Cell Research have planned a joint research day for their members on Friday 4 November at the National Wine Centre.
Registration is open from 8.45 and the program concludes at 3.30pm.
Plenary speaker is Professor Peter Currie, Deputy Director, Australian Regenerative Medicine Institute, Monash.
Presentations from the Research [...]

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PhD Students wanted for super science project

IPAS and the Robinson Institute are seeking a PhD student to work on a collaborative project entitled ‘Endometrial receptivity diagnostics: in-vivo optical fibre sensing’. The successful student will recieve a generous top-up scholarship. For more info, please see the IPAS website http://www.adelaide.edu.au/ipas/study/index.html

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Save the Date! NSC 2012

‘A Healthy Start to Life: Placental and Developmental Biology’
This conference aims to bring together placentologist, reproductive biologists, endocrinologists and developmental biologists to discuss and debate the latest research in this area!
November 25-29 2012 at the Adelaide Convention Centre
For more info see the flyer: NSC 2012 SAVE THE DATE

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Salary Commitments in Orbit

Staff are alerted to the message in Orbit regarding incorrect salary commitments.  HR currently have an issue with salary commitments, particularly where positions have been moved between projects, and this is feeding into Orbit as either incorrect or missing salary projections. If staff are currently requiring salary projections to manage grant finances to the end [...]

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Reminder: Completing your ERA 2012 research profile

Complete your ERA 2012 research profile at https://res.adelaide.edu.au/era/
The Faculty ERA leaders and team are currently working to complete the initial assignment of researchers and publications to Fields of Research by next Wednesday, 19 October.You still have to opportunity to login and complete your individual FORs and those of your publications during this time.
Following this, the [...]

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Exploring HDR Supervision Program

Do you want to become a Principal Supervisor of Research Degrees? Participate in the Exploring Supervision Program, a series of 3 hands-on interactive workshops investigating key topics in doctoral education to qualify you for Principal Supervisor status.

Tuesday November 1st: Working from the same page (the project aspects of supervision).
Wednesday November 2nd: Research communication in the multicultural [...]

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