Monthly Archives: July 2017
The Centre congratulates Dr Kate Fennell (née Gunn) who is a 2017 South Australia Tall Poppy Science award finalist. The award recognises intellectual and scientific excellence of young Australian scientists. Kate is a Research Fellow at the Sansom Institute for Health Research in the Division of Health Sciences at the University of South Australia. She is also a practising clinical psychologist and member […]
The Centre congratulates NHMRC Early Career Research Fellow Dr Camille Short and co-investigators on being awarded a Below the Belt Research Grant from the Australian and New Zealand Urogenital and Prostate (ANZUP) Cancer Trials Group Foundation. ANZUP supports clinical trials research to improve treatment of bladder, kidney, prostate and testicular cancers. With the support of the Below the […]
Mens Health Matters Podcast #1: Dr Camille Short talks about fitness trackers – Wasting your waist or your money?
The Centre is pleased to announce that our first Men’s Health Matters podcast is now available. Thanks for listening and sharing. Running Sheet What you will hear In this podcast “Fitness Trackers – Wasting your waist or your money?” 2:10- Who is Dr Camille Short and how does her research relate to men’s health 2:50- National […]
The Centre welcomes Mr Songnaith (Sonnay) Uy to the Centre. Sonnay joined the Centre in June, as part of a Volunteer placement until the end of 2017. Sonnay holds a Masters of IT (Networking & Security) from the University of South Australia. Prior to returning to University in 2012 to change his career path, Sonnay held […]
Please join us for the August Men’s Health Lunchtime Research Seminar Guest Speaker Dr Azhar Iqbal BSc(Hons), PhD (App Math) Adjunct Senior Lecturer, School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering whose research interests are in the areas of game theoretical modelling, quantum theory, and geometric algebra. Presentation: Game theory and cancer. What is Game theory? It is a […]
Congratulations Dr Nicole McPherson and Co-Investigators Professor Michelle Lane, Professor Gary Wittert and Dr Tod Fullston, on being awarded a Monash IVF Research and Education Foundation Grant. The $29,980 will be used to adapt the Centre’s GIRTH lifestyle modification program for a focus on reproductive health. Once developed the program will be piloted with men […]