Medicine and Radiology, RMH Academic Seminar Series

Every week on Friday, until 4 Dec 2020
11am - 12pm

NOTE: Due to the current COVID-19 situation, all seminars will be held via Zoom (until further notice). Please refer to internal communications for the Meeting ID details.

Medicine and Radiology@ Royal Melbourne Hospital runs a weekly Academic Seminar Series every Friday, at 11.00 am in the Ewing Theatre, 5th Floor, Clinical Sciences Building, Royal Melbourne Hospital.

A light lunch is served from 12:00 pm onwards to encourage further discussion.

DateHostSpeakerTitleAffiliation
13 Mar 2020Chris French A/Professor Janneke Berecki-Gisolf Effects of Gravity on the circulation: a brief overview of a thesis on orthostatic tolerance in syncope clinic patients and in cosmonauts after space flight Director, Victorian Injury Surveillance Unit, Monash University
20 MarChris FrenchProfessor Helena Parkington

Hard labour: new insights into the regulation of uterine contractions in human labour

Department of Physiology, Monash University
10 April  NO SEMINAR - GOOD FRIDAY 
24 AprilChris FrenchDr. Megan AstleMedical Research Future Fund - current landscape and opportunities RIC, The University of Melbourne
1 MayChris FrenchProf Kanta SubbaraoCOVID-19: A virologist's viewPeter Doherty Institute, The University of Melbourne
8 MayChris FrenchDr. Alex Bahar-FuchsThe Art and Science of cognitively engaging activities for people with dementiaDept of Psychiatry, UoM
15 MayChris FrenchJill Klein Resilience Melbourne Business School
22 MayChris FrenchJames Haridy

PhD Oration: An eHealth enabled model of care in the management of chronic disease: Chronic hepatitis C infection

Dept of Medicine and Radiology (RMH)
5 JunChris FrenchProf Kate DrummondWhen help is not helpful..Dept of Surgery, UoM
12 JunChris FrenchDr. Gwilym CroucherWhat is an 'Australian' PhD? Some comments on the history, current state and future of researcher training.Melbourne Centre for the Study of Higher Education
19 JuneChris FrenchProf Finlay Macrae

Cancer prevention by Aspirin: From case control studies to the 20 year Follow up of the CaPP2 RCT.  Aspirin keeps on keeping on.

Dept of Medicine (RMH)
3 JulChris FrenchProf Seong-Seng TanHow to succeed in academia as a medical researcher Florey Institute of Neuroscience and Mental Health
10 JulChris FrenchProf Jonathan KalmanMechanisms of atrial arrhythmias.  Implications for therapy.Department of Medicine (RMH)
17 JulChris FrenchDr. Marius RosierEngram cells in rodents to study memory: first advances in the mouse auditory cortexFlorey Department of Neuroscience and Mental Health
24 JulChris FrenchJohn-Paul NicoloPhD Oration: Glutamate as a biomarker of post-stroke epilepsyDepartment of Medicine (RMH)
31 JulAdrian Achuthan 2020 Parkville Precinct Student Awards 
7 AugRod LuworDr. Delphine MerinoStudying cancer heterogeneity and drug resistance beyond sequencing: Use of cellular barcoding

Olivia Newton-John Cancer Research Institute

14 AugJudith SavigeProf Cassandra SzoekeWomen and Dementia: The importance of longitudinal prospective research in cognitionDepartment of Medicine (RMH)
21 AugJudith SavigeProf Paul BairdTopic tbaCentre for Eye Research Australia
28 AugChris French MRFF Celebration WebinarMMS
4 Sep Rod Luwor Diana Stojanovski Topic tba 
18 Sep 10 am Judith Savige

Prof John Christodolou

Topic tba Murdoch Institute
25 SepMary GaleaShah UddinPhD Oration: Topic tbaDepartment of Medicine (RMH)
2 OctRod LuworDr. Mark BuzzaTopic tbaHead of Clinical Research Programs, VCCC 
23 Oct Judith SavigeProf  Melissa Southey Topic tba Monash University
20 Nov Judith Savige A/Prof Peter van Wijngaarden Topic tba Dept. of Ophthalmology, The University of Melbourne
     
     
     

For further information, please contact Ms Kim Ng.