|The AMREP based Early and Mid Career Researcher (EMCR) committee is a large and lively group committed to supporting all EMCRs at the AMREP precinct. For more about their activities see web: www.med.monash.edu.au/cecs/ecr/|
L-R: Mr Prabhat Lamichhane (SPHPM), Dr Leah Kivavali (SPHPM), Dr Loretta Piccenna (NTRI/CCS), Mr Brian Drew (BakerIDI), Dr Haloom Rafehi (SPHPM), Dr Lachlan Gray (Burnet), Dr Louisa Lam (SNM), Mr Justin Chen (Burnet), Ms Sarah Charnaud (Burnet/CCS).
Absent: Dr Eric Chow (CCS), Dr Judy Lowthian (SPHPM), Dr Carolina Weller (SPHPM), Dr Jo O'Toole (SPHPM), Mr Chhavi Bhatt (SPHPM), Dr Jennifer Pilgrim (SPHPM), Ms Laura Anderson (SPHPM), Mr Emdad Hoque (SPHPM), Ms Emma Gearon (BakerIDI), Ms Elisha de Valle (Burnet)
29 May 2015
|Dr Anna Hearps, Burnet |
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Various Departments have their own calendars, see CCS seminar index: www.med.monash.edu.au/cecs/events/seminars.html
What's on for next week (1 - 5 Jun 2015)
|Mon Jun 1||12:00 PM||►||Nature Masterclass for EMCRs: Deadline for registration|
|Tue Jun 2||1:00 PM||►||Honours Coursework Research Seminar: Novel treatments for diabetes-associated atherosclerosis|
|1:00 PM||►||PhD Mid-candidature review - Ms Marina Iacovou|
|3:30 PM||►||PhD Mid-candidature review - Ms Maria Kristina Zaldivia|
|Wed Jun 3||8:30 AM||►||Media training for scientists courses in 2015 workshops|
|11:30 AM||►||Special seminar: Prof Harshal Nandurkar, Purinergic nucleotide metabolism regulates vascular haemostasis|
In the Future
27 May 2015
|BBC reporting on the reconstruction work of Abari, the NGO|
for which Monash PhD student, Sewa Rijal, is raising funds.
Continue reading my story or donate here.
|Prof Fabienne Mackay's group. Lead research Dr Will Figgett|
seated far left, Fabienne Mackay next to him. Pin Shie Quah,
another author on the paper, standing immediately behind
Lupus is a debilitating and widespread autoimmune disease that can attack any part of the body. It affects one in 1,000 Australians and 5 million people worldwide, and its victims are typically young women. Indigenous and Asian people suffer higher rates than other groups.
26 May 2015
|Prof Christopher Fairley, Director of Melbourne Sexual Health|
Centre, and colleagues. Prof Fairley is an author on this paper.
|Video of Prof Elsdon Storey describing his centre's research|
including Parkinson's Disorder
Reference: Cheshire P, Ayton S, Bertram KL, Ling H, Li A, McLean C, Halliday GM, O'Sullivan SS, Revesz T, Finkelstein DL, Storey E, Williams DR. Serotonergic markers in Parkinson's disease and levodopa-induced dyskinesias. Mov Disord. 2015 May;30(6):796-804. doi: 10.1002/mds.26144
|Prof Peter Gibson, one of the|
25 May 2015
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