Medicine, RMH Academic Seminar Series

Every week on Friday, until 12 Dec 2019
All day

Medicine @ Royal Melbourne Hospital runs a weekly Academic Seminar Series every Friday, at 11.30 am in the Ewing Theatre, 5th Floor, Clinical Sciences Building, Royal Melbourne Hospital.

A light lunch is served from 12:30 pm onwards to encourage further discussion.

DateHostSpeakerTitleAffiliation
1 Mar 2019Chris FrenchProfessor Colin MastersMolecular origins of Alzheimer's Disease: when does it start, and what strategies for primary preventionFlorey Department of Neuroscience and Mental Health, The University of Melbourne
8 MarChris FrenchElisa Hill-YardinMind over faecal matter - nervous system mutations and the gut-brain axis in autism School of Health and Biomedical Sciences, RMIT University
15 Mar   NO SEMINAR 
22 MarChris FrenchSarah FarrandDeep  brain stimulation in psychiatry - where are we now?Neuropsychiatry Unit, The Royal Melbourne Hospital
29 MarChris FrenchAndrew AllenUnderstanding complex neural circuits: Development of HypertensionDepartment of Physiology, The University of Melbourne
12 AprilChris FrenchVaidehi NaganurMPhil Oration: The potential of mobile and wireless devices as a diagnostic tool for physicians in detecting between seizure typesDepartment of Medicine and Radiology
19 April  NO SEMINAR - GOOD FRIDAY 
26 April  NO SEMIINAR  
3 May Chris French Elysia Sokolenko

PhD Oration: Dissecting the cellular mechanisms of NMDA receptor antagonist-induced disruptions to working memory and gamma oscillations

Department of Medicine and Radiology
10 MayChris FrenchKarin ThurskyWhat do you do with an idea?  A case study of sepsis and health services researchDepartment of Medicine and Radiology
17 MayChris FrenchTim van GelderSWARM Intelligence: Developing a Platform for Better Analytical ReasoningSchool of Biosciences, Faculty of Science, University of Melbourne
24 MayJudy SavigeGrant MontgomeryGenomic studies on reproductive traits and implications for health outcomesInstitute for Molecular Bioscience, The University of Queensland
31 MayChris FrenchDavid VauxResearchers Behaving BadlyWalter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research
7 June  NO SEMINAR 
14 June Chris French Adam Deane Advances in the treatment of septic shock: big-tent vs. precision-medicine RCTs ICU, The Royal Melbourne Hospital, Department of Medicine and Radiology
21 June   NO SEMINAR - RMH Research Week 
28 June  NO SEMINAR - RMH Research Week 
5 JulChris FrenchAnthony HannanGene-environment interactions mediating experience-dependent plasticity in mouse models of cognitive and affective disordersFlorey Institute of Neuroscience and Mental Health
12 JulRod LuworProf Alice Pebay TBA Department of Surgery, RMH
19 JulStephen RogersonTaufiqual IslamPhD Oration: Refining an in vivo prion disease model to facilitate characterization of the toxic molecular species and mechanism of acute neurotoxicityDepartment of Medicine and Radiology
26 JulMary GaleaLuke BurchillBig Data Big StoriesDepartment of Medicine and Radiology
2 Aug Chris French Prof Meng Law TBAThe Alfred Hospital, Monash University
9 AugChris FrenchMatt WattTBADepartment of Physiology, The University of Melbourne
23 Aug Chris French Sharon Lewinn Doherty Institute
30 AugJudy SavigeProf Jon KalmanTBACardiology, The Royal Melbourne Hospital, Medicine and Radiology
6 SepJudy KalmanProf Joe TrapaniCar-T CellsVictorian Comprehensive Cancer Centre
13 SepRod LuworDiana StojanovskiTBABiochemistry and Molecular Biology, The University of Melbourne
20 SepJudy SavigeJane VisvaderBreast CancerWalter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Reserch
27 Sep   NO SEMINAR - Grand Final Friday 
18 OctJudy SavigeProf John BatemanCollagen DiseasesBCRI
25 OctMary Galea Peter Lee TBA 
1 Nov Chris French Ofer Gonen PhD Oration: Topic tba Department of Medicine and Radiology
15 Nov Judy Savige Christine Wells Stem Cells Stem Cells Australia
22 Nov   NO SEMINAR 
29 Nov Chris French Tomas Kalincik TBA Department of Medicine and Radiology
     

For further information, please contact Ms Kim Ng.