Category: Population Health
Inaugural Lecture Mention “cirrhosis” and it typically conjurs an immediate association with excessive alcohol consumption. But although this connection is well established, it’s not the end of the story. The full spectrum of so-called “fatty liver diseases” that interfere with the liver’s normal metabolism of fat and lead to cirrhosis, are also increasingly recognised as […]
What’s working and what could be done better to control childhood infectious disease
Presented by: A/Prof. Helen Marshall
How the choosy female immune system exercises reproductive quality control
Presented by: Sarah Robertson
When: Tues 10th May, 5.30-6.30pm
Where: Horace Lamb Lecture Theatre. North Terrace Campus
How controlling the movement of cells can lead the fight against cancer, infection and autoimmune disease.
Using evidence, priorities and values to guide choices.