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Image - Neuroscience & Non-Communicable Diseases Seminar. Cryo-EM studies of E. coli ATP synthase

Neuroscience & Non-Communicable Diseases Seminar. Cryo-EM studies of E. coli ATP synthase

Friday, 12 April 2019
Neuroscience & Non-Communicable Diseases Speaker: Dr Alastair Stewart, Victor Chang Cardiac Research Institute
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Image - Neuroimmune interactions and the development of disabling neuropathic pain states

Neuroimmune interactions and the development of disabling neuropathic pain states

Friday, 5 April 2019
Neuroscience & Non-Communicable Diseases Speaker: Dr Nathan Fiore, Department of Physiology, SoMS, UNSW
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Image - Vascular Calcification – Harder than it looks

Vascular Calcification – Harder than it looks

Wednesday, 3 April 2019
Mechanisms of Disease and Translational Research Seminar Speaker: Dr Belinda Di Bartolo, Kolling Institute of Medical Research Belinda completed her PhD in 2009 at the Heart Research Institute in Sydney. In 2011 she was awarded an NHMRC Early Career Training Fellowship to undertake research at the Centre for Vascular Research.
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Image - Neuroscience & Non-Communicable Diseases Seminar. A Question of Balance - Best laid plans of mice and men…

Neuroscience & Non-Communicable Diseases Seminar. A Question of Balance - Best laid plans of mice and men…

Friday, 29 March 2019
Neuroscience & Non-Communicable Diseases Seminar Series Biography: Prof Alan Brichta is Head of Anatomy and Co-Director of the Brain and Mental Health Priority Research Centre at the University of Newcastle. His research interests in the structure and function of the peripheral and central vestibular system. His recent studies have focused on vestibular hair cells of the inner ear and their complex relationship with closely associated nerve fibres.
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Image - Mechanisms of Disease and Translational Research Seminar. 3D Printing in Medicine: Fab or Fad?

Mechanisms of Disease and Translational Research Seminar. 3D Printing in Medicine: Fab or Fad?

Wednesday, 27 March 2019
Mechanisms of Disease and Translational Research Seminar
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Image - Understanding biological mechanisms in transcriptomics or proteomics datasets with Ingenuity Pathway Analysis (IPA) and Analysis Match

Understanding biological mechanisms in transcriptomics or proteomics datasets with Ingenuity Pathway Analysis (IPA) and Analysis Match

Monday, 25 March 2019
Speaker: Stuart Tugendreich, PhD - Director and GPM, IPA from Redwood City, CA, USA In this seminar, you will discover how Ingenuity Pathway Analysis (IPA) and Analysis Match - which combines the power of IPA with > 50,000 datasets processed from public sources using OmicSoft® Array Suite - can transform your research. Together, we will walk you through a case study on how you can use IPA and Analysis Match to understand biological mechanisms from your data and generate insights, including:
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Image - SoMS Seminar Series. Quantifying the benefits and risks of SGLT2 inhibitors in diabetes

SoMS Seminar Series. Quantifying the benefits and risks of SGLT2 inhibitors in diabetes

Wednesday, 20 March 2019
School of Medical Sciences 2019 Seminar Series Bruce Neal is Deputy Executive Director at The George Institute for Global Health in Australia, Professor of Medicine at UNSW Sydney and Professor of Clinical Epidemiology at Imperial College London.  Bruce completed his medical training at Bristol University in the UK in 1990 and spent four years in clinical posts. Prior to taking up his position at the Institute in 1999 he worked as an epidemiologist at the Clinical Trials Research Unit in Auckland, New Zealand, where he completed his PhD in Medicine.
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Image - Cell death signaling at the single molecule level

Cell death signaling at the single molecule level

Monday, 18 March 2019
Single Molecule Science Seminar Speaker: Prof. Ana J. García-Sáez, Interfaculty Institute for Biochemistry (IFIB), Universität Tübingen, Tübingen, Germany
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Image - Eating at the back of your mind: Contribution of hindbrain neurons in food intake control

Eating at the back of your mind: Contribution of hindbrain neurons in food intake control

Friday, 15 March 2019
Neuroscience & Non-Communicable Diseases Dr Zhi Yi Ong is a DECRA fellow in the School of Psychology, UNSW. She completed her PhD in biomedical science at the University of South Australia in 2013, where she investigated the impact of maternal diet on offspring food preferences and neural changes in the central reward system. During postdoctoral training at the University of Pennsylvania, USA, she examined the function of neuropeptides, their signaling pathways and the contribution of extra-hypothalamic regions in the regulation of energy balance.
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Image - Stats Central Open Seminar. What can Data Science do for you?

Stats Central Open Seminar. What can Data Science do for you?

Tuesday, 12 March 2019
Ever wonder how investment companies improve investment returns? What tools manufacturers use to improve their productivity? How e-commerce companies can increase their revenue? (Spoiler alert: they use Data Science!) This is an introductory seminar on Data Science from a Computer Science perspective. Data science is a multi-disciplinary field that requires skills from mathematics, computer science and business. I will cover topics including:
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