Medicine, RMH Academic Seminar Series

Every week on Friday, until 15th Dec 2017
11:30am - 12:30pm

Medicine @ Royal Melbourne Hospital runs a weekly Academic Seminar Series every Friday in the Ewing Theatre, 5th Floor, Clinical Sciences Building, Royal Melbourne Hospital.

A light lunch is served from 12:30pm onwards to encourage further discussion.From Wearables to THINKables: Decoding Brain States using Deep Learning and IBM's Brain-Inspired TrueNorth Chip

DateHostSpeakerTitleAffiliation
3 Mar 2017 Chris French Professor Terry Speed      Design and analysis of medical omics studies: pitfalls and principlesWalter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research
10 Mar Chris FrenchKay Richards Can a spider venom fix Dravet Syndrome? Florey Department of Neuroscience and Mental Health
17 MarChris FrenchKathryn Field

PhD Oration: Towards the further understanding of prognosis and outcomes for patients with high grade gliomas: A randomised phase II study of Carboplatin and Bevacizumab in Recurrent Glioblastoma (CABARET study)

Department of Medicine and Radiology
24 MarChris FrenchDr. Silke WalterPrehospital stroke therapy - why do we need that?Department of Neurology, Saarland University, Germany
31 MarChris FrenchProfessor Sanjoy PaulRESCHEDULEDDirector of Melbourne Epicentre, Department of Medicine and Radiology (RMH)
7 AprilChris FrenchAdrian Achuthan

GM-CSF-mediated molecular signaling pathways controlling inflammation in rheumatoid arthritis

Department of Medicine and Radiology
14 April  NO SEMINAR - EASTER FRIDAY 
21 AprilChris FrenchDr. Stefan HarerFrom Wearables to THINKables: Decoding Brain States using Deep Learning and IBM's Brain-Inspired TrueNorth ChipIBM Research Australia
5 May   NO SEMINAR 
12 MayChris FrenchProf Shitij KapurTBADean, Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences
26 May Chris French Jaime Lee PhD Oration: Topic TBADepartment of Medicine and Radiology
9 June Chris French Gita Soraya PhD Oration: Topic TBA Department of Medicine and Radiology
     
     

For further information, please contact Ms Kim Ng.