Departmental Seminars - 2022

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 Presenter
25 November 2022, 2.00PM
Title: Maternal morbidity and mortality and stillbirth in the Asia Pacific - PhD completion seminar
Presenter: Dr Rangi De Silva
28  November 2022, 12.30PM
Title:TBC
Presenter: Elif Kadife
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Title:  PhD Completion Seminar: Life After the Lab
Presenter: Dr Amber Kennedy
5 December  2022, 12.30PMTitle:Introduction to the Julia Argyrou Endometriosis Centre at Epworth: Care, Education and Research
Presenter: Dr Sarah Holdsworth-Carson
12 December 2022, 12.30PMTitle:TBC
Presenter: Guiying Nie

Past Seminars
When possible recording are disseminated through the Microsoft Stream application and require you to log in using a University of Melbourne account to view the video.

DatePresenter
17 January 2022Presenter :  Alexandra Roddy Mitchell
Title :  Mental health disorders in the perinatal period
Recording : Link
14 February 2022Title: Predictive Medicine: Celiac Disease and the Microbiome
Presenter: Maureen Leonard from Harvard Medical School
Recording : Link
21 February 2022Title: Novel therapeutic development for the prevention of preterm birth: Progress Review
Presenter: Bridget Arman
Recording : Link
28 February 2022Title: IVF add-ons in Australia
Presenter: Dr Sarah Lensen
Recording : Link
7 March 2022Title: Developing innovative models for the examination of vascular adaptations and dysfunction in pregnancy
Presenter: Bianca Fato
Recording : Link 
21 March 2022Title: SPINT1 in placental development
Presenter: Ciara Niamh Murphy
Recording : Link
4 April 2022Title: Investigating the basis of antibiotic resistance in Mycoplasma genitalium
Presenter: Teck Phui Chua
Recording : Link
2 May 2022Title: Defining the Impact of Endocrine Disruptors on Male Reproductive Health
Professor Andrew Pask
Presenter: Professor Andrew Pask
Recording : Link 
9 May 2022Title: Understanding the place for ART in Pacific health research
Presenter:  Dr Zaramasina Clark
23 May 2022Title: Small extracellular vesicles (sEV) in Endometriosis
Presenter: Dr Thomas Tapmeier
30 May 2022Title : Cell therapies in Newborn Infants: Translating Promise into Benefits
Presenter : A/Prof Atul Malhotra 
Link
3 June 2022
Title: Ageing of the placenta: potential diagnostics/prognostics and therapeutics
Presenter: Chslsea Zheng
20 June 2022Title: The Utility of Lung Ultrasound in Neonatal Respiratory Support
PhD Confirmation Seminar
Presenter : Dr Arun Sett
Recording : Link
27 June 2022Title: The maternal and offspring consequences of influenza virus infection during pregnancy in mice
Presenter : Dr Stella Liong
4 July 2022Title: Interventions targeting healthcare providers to optimise the use of caesarean section: a qualitative comparative analysis to identify important intervention features
Presenter : Rana Islamiah Zahron
Recording : Link
11 July 2022Title: Unravelling the aetiology of preeclampsia and future cardiovascular disease risk
Presenter : Katrina Colafella
Chair: Natasha de Alwis
18 July 2022Title: Undertaking co-designed and community-led cohort studies with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities
Presenter : Kym Rae
Recording  : Link
1 August 2022Title: Menstrual Needs Study: Exploring the physical, psychological, social, and Medical needs of Young women with heavy menstrual bleeding and pain
Presesnter:  Shiva Pourali Roudbaneh
Recording : Link
8 August 2022Title: Hippocrates would be on Twitter
Presenter:  Dr Rebecca Szabo
Recording : Link
15  August 2022Title: Automated detection of fetal arrhythmias using non-invasive fetal electrocardiography
Presenter:  Dr Emerson Keenan
29 August 2022Title: Inflammatory beginnings; an evolutionary perspective on the nature of mammalian implantation
Presenter:  Dr Oliver Griffith
Recording: Link
12 September 2022Title:Investigating the role of PEG10 in preeclampsia
Presenter: Lydia Baird

Title : MUC15, a syncytiotrophoblast expressed protein, is increased in preeclampsia 
Presenter: Anna Nguyen

Title : The expression and implications of RPGRIP1L in Fetal Growth Restriction
Presenter :  Keegan Chien
Recording: Link
26 September 2022Title: Menopause, CVD Risk, & Progress Towards More Nuanced Assessment of Reproductive Aging in Large-Scale CVD Trials
Presenter: A/Prof Markella Zanni
Associate Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School
28  September 2022Title: In mechanically ventilated preterm infants, does extubation to a higher CPAP pressure, compared to a standard pressure, decrease the risk of extubation failure?
Presenter: Anna Kidman PhD completion
Recording : Link
3 October 2022
Title: Women's health-seeking behaviours and cardiovascular risk management following a pregnancy affected by preeclampsia or gestational hypertension
Presenter: Jess Atikinson
Recording : Link
10 October 2022Title: Diet quality, dietary patterns and assessment of cardiometabolic complications and risk factors for cardiovascular disease in pregnancy
Presenter: Dr Paige van der Pligt
17 October 2022Title:Current Management of  Pulmonary Embolism
Presenter:  Dr Rachel Rosovsky
24 October 2022
Title: Addressing the mental health challenges of emergency services workers
Presenter:  Dr Tracey Varker
Recording: Link
31 October  2022Title: Most bothersome symptom: A new measure for endometriosis
Presenter: Alice Mitchell
Recording : Link
7 November 2022
Title: Convergent evolution of pregnancy: Placental function in lizards, sharks and seahorses
Presenter:Camilla Whittington
Recording: Link
14 November 2022
Title: No Free Lunches: Pharmaceutical Industry Influence on Healthcare
Presenter: Dr Lisa Parker & Dr Barbara Mintzes
Recording: Link
25 November 2022,
Title: Maternal morbidity and mortality and stillbirth in the Asia Pacific - PhD completion seminar
Presenter: Dr Rangi De Silva
Recording : Link 
28  November 2022,
Title : Hydroxychloroquine Suppresses Anti-Angiogenic Molecules and Promotes Pro-Angiogenic Factors, but It Does Not Mitigate Markers of Endothelial Dysfunction In Vitro
Presenter: Elif Kadife
Recording : Link 

Title  Life After the Lab
Presenter: Dr Amber Kennedy
Recording : Link


Past Seminars Recordings  - 2021

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