Department of Medicine - Austin Doyle Research in Progress Seminar 2022

Every week on Thursday, until further notice
12pm - 1pm
Image for Department of Medicine - Austin Doyle Research in Progress Seminar 2022
  • Department of Medicine at Heidelberg Campus runs a weekly Austin Doyle Research in Progress seminar, we invite you to join us  every Thursday at 12pm.

Department of Medicine at Heidelberg Campus runs a weekly Austin Doyle Research in Progress seminar, hosted by  Associate Professor Piero Perucca and Dr Varun Venkatesh, we invite you to join us  every Thursday at 12pm.

Zoom Link : Link
Zoom ID : 854 7536 5848
Password : Medicine

2022 Austin Doyle Research in Progress Schedule

DateSpeaker
1 DecemberNicole Kong
University of Melbourne
Immunopathogenic role of T cells in diabetic kidney disease (DKD)
8 DecemberDr Alexandra Murphy
Austin Healt
Optimizing Cardiovascular Outcomes in Oncology Patients 
DateSpeaker
3 February 2022

A/Prof Thomas Oxley
Stentrode Brain Computer Interface
Recording : Link 

10 February 2022Professor Daniel Friedman
Sudden death in epilepsy: epidemiology, biomarkers and prevention
Recording : Link
17 February 2022 Dr Niloufar Ansari
Targeted nanoparticles and their interactions with cells
24 February 2022 Dr Gareth Rivalland
Small Cell Lung Cancer - Understanding the immune tumour microenvironment
Recording : Link 
3 March 2022Professor Birgit Frauscher
Montreal Neurological Institute and Hospital, McGill University 
Title : Moving away from seizures: Simplifying the pre-surgical EEG work-up of epilepsy.
Recording  : Link
17 March 2022Professor Gavin Reid
Defining the Lipidomic “Hallmarks” of Colorectal Cancer
Recording : Link  
24 March 2022Professor Anthony J. Hannan
Gene-environment interventions informing therapeutic approaches for cognitive and affective disorders 
Recording : Link
31 March 2022Dr Kate Weeks
 Protein phosphatases: emerging drug targets for heart failure
7 April 2022Dr Gerard Karsenty
Organismal homeostasis and the skeleton
14 April 2022Dr Melody Cheung
The cardiometabolic consequences of cancer therapies across the breast cancer spectrum  
28 April 2022Dr Nicholas Russell
Biological actions of estradiol in men
Recording : Link
5 May 2022Pragya Gupta
“Beyond convention”
Identification and characterisation of novel Calcitonin receptor isoforms expressed in stressed glioblastoma derived stem cells and its therapeutic advantages. 
Recording : Link
12 May 2022Dr John Kemp
Using statistical genetics methods in large cohorts to identify modifiable risk factors for osteoporosis.
19 May 2022Professor Sandra Shefelbine
Skeletal Mechanoadaptation 
Recording : Link
2 June 2022Associate Professor Jess Nithianantharajah
University of Melbourne 
9 June 2022Professor Tu'uhevaha Kaitu'u-Lino
Predicting diseases of pregnancy - placental biomarkers 
Recording : Link 
16 June 2022Professor Leonie Heilbronn
Impact of Intermittent Fasting Diets on Health and Circadian Regulation
23 June 2022Dr Mastura Monif
The Australian Autoimmune Encephalitis Consortium Study 
21 July 2022Dr David Stroud
Mainstreaming proteomics into rare disease diagnostics
Recording : Link 
28 July Dr Kade Patterson
Effect of intra-articular platelet-rich plasma versus placebo injection on pain and medial tibial cartilage volume in patients with knee osteoarthritis: The RESTORE randomized clinical trial
Recording : Link 
11 August Associate Professor John Archer
Epilepsy is a network disorder: diagnostic and therapeutic implications 
Recording : Link
18 August Tian Nie
Understanding how gender affirming hormone therapy affects bone during puberty and in adulthood in male-to-female mouse models
Recording : Link 
25 AugustProfessor Rebecca Ritchie
Exploring gene therapy approaches to reveal new approaches to protect the diabetic heart
1 SeptemberProfessor Michael Horowitz
The incretin effect – backwards and forwards

8 September

Associate Professor Melinda Coughlan 
Targeting the gut to protect the kidneys: Lessons from Experimental Medicine
6 OctoberProfessor Daniel Green
What's new in exercise physiology? Results of the Testosterone vs EXercise (TEX) trial, and the Study of Twins to Understand Exercise as a THerapy (STRUETH) 
Recording : Link
13  OctoberProfessor Pietro De Camilli 
 Membrane Lipids And Neurodegenerative Diseases: A Cross-Talk Between Cell Biology And Medicine
27 October Associate Professor Sarah Ellis 
How the Open-Access ONJCRI Microscopy Platform can Benefit your Research
Recording : Link
3 November  Dr Chansavath Phetsouphanh
Title : Immune dysfunction persists following mild-moderate SARS-CoV-2 infection
Recording : Link 
10 November Professor Mark Dawson
Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre 
Title : Emerging concepts and therapeutic opportunities in acute leukaemia. 17
17 NovemberAli  Ghasem Zedah
University of Melbourne 
Recording : Link



Previous Seminar Recordings