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‘Combining mouse models and adeno-associated viruses to better understand mechanisms that drive heart failure’

Friday, 20 August 2021
Neuroscience & Non-Communicable Diseases Seminar Series Speaker: Dr Melissa Reichelt, The University of Queensland Bio: 
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Professor Chrishan Samuel

'Developing peptide-based therapies for fibrosis (organ scarring)'

Wednesday, 11 August 2021
School of Medical Sciences Seminar Series Speaker: Professor Chrishan S. Samuel
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'Insights in to Molecular and Metabolic alterations in Osteoarthritis'

Friday, 6 August 2021
Neuroscience & Non-Communicable Diseases 2021 Seminar Series Speaker: Dr Indira Prasadam, Queensland University of Technology Dr Indira Prasadam, is a Senior Lecturer of Biomedical Engineering at the Queensland University of Technology and a National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) Emerging Leadership Fellow.
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Professor Kerry Anne Rye

‘HDL: The New Frontier in Diabetes’

Wednesday, 14 July 2021
School of Medical Sciences Seminar Series Speaker: Professor Kerry Anne Rye, Deputy Head of School (Research), School of Medical Sciences, UNSW Faculty of Medicine Bio:
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SOMS and SOHS Research Information Session

Thursday, 8 July 2021
Looking to do Honours in 2022, a Masters or PhD? Meet with some of Australia’s leading researchers and students to find out about research underway and Honours projects on offer in the School of Medical Sciences (SOMS) and School of Health Sciences (SOHS). Enrol for study with the School of Medical Sciences and other Schools/Centres/Institutes affiliated with the Faculty of Medicine.
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UNSOMNIA 2021 | How do we equip ourselves to face an uncertain future and thrive in the 21st century?

Tuesday, 6 July 2021
We have begun the 21st century hurtling full speed towards a future that feels deeply uncertain. One of global pandemics, climate emergencies, and deeply divided politics. It’s easy to feel the odds are stacked against us. So as we confront massive disruptions in our environment, in technology and in the world in which we live, what can we do to equip ourselves to face the future and thrive in the 21st century?
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Dr Thomas Ve

‘Molecular basis for activation and catalysis of the pro-neurodegenerative NADase SARM1’

Friday, 18 June 2021
Neuroscience & Non-Communicable Diseases Seminar Series Speaker: Dr Thomas Ve, Research Leader, ARC Future Fellow and NHMRC Investigator at the Institute for Glycomics, Griffith University.
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Professor Rebecca Ritchie

Exploiting adeno-associated viral (AAV) vector-mediated therapeutics for diabetic cardiomyopathy

Wednesday, 9 June 2021
School of Medical Sciences Seminar Series Speaker: Professor Rebecca Ritchie, Head of Drug Discovery Biology, Monash Institute of Pharmaceutical Science, Head of Heart Failure Pharmacology, Monash University Bio:
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A/Prof. Adam Claridge-Chang

‘Using estimation statistics to analyze emotional behaviour’.

Friday, 28 May 2021
Neuroscience & Non-Communicable Diseases 2021 Webinar Series Speaker: Associate Professor Adam Claridge-Chang, Duke-NUS Medical School Bio: 
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Exercise Right Week: Free exercise classes

Monday, 24 May 2021
Exercise Right Week is aimed at helping Australians live healthier and more active lives. Our events are set up to celebrate MOVEMENT! The UNSW Exercise Physiology department is offering the services of our final year B. Ex. Phys. students along with UNSW qualified Accredited Exercise Physiologists for a range of exercise types. Join in at one of our FREE events with the exercise experts and lets celebrate MOVEMENT! Each day will feature a different workout style and will last for 50 minutes. Register for one or more classes!
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