Our seminars features specialists in the field of biomedical sciences and pharmacy.

2017 Seminar schedule

We offer students the opportunity to attend our seminars which feature specialists in the area of Biomedical Sciences and Pharmacy.

Location for all seminars: MS202, Newcastle Campus, Callaghan

NEW START TIME: Fridays 1:00 pm (unless otherwise noted)

Seminar enquiries : Kathryn Skelding

DateSpeakerTitleHost
10/03/2017Seminar time available  
17/03/2017Seminar time available  
24/03/2017

Prof. Gerald Muench
Western Sydney University

                         TBA                                Assoc Prof Estelle Sontag
31/03/2017Seminar time available  
7/04/2017Seminar time available  
14/04/2017Seminar time available  
21/04/2017Seminar time available  
28/04/2017Seminar time available  
5/05/2017Seminar time available  
12/05/2017Dr Karl Iremonger
University of Otago
TBAAssoc Prof Chris Dayas
19/05/2017Seminar time available  
26/05/2017Seminar time available  
2/06/2017Seminar time available  
9/06/2017Assoc Prof Zane Andrews
Monash University
TBAAssoc Prof Chris Dayas
16/06/2017Seminar time available  
23/06/2017Seminar time available  
30/06/2017Seminar time available  
7/07/2017Seminar time available  
14/07/2017Seminar time available  
21/07/2017Seminar time available  
28/07/2017Seminar time available  
4/08/2017Seminar time available  
11/08/2017Seminar time available  
18/08/2017Seminar time available  
25/08/2017Seminar time available  
1/09/2017Seminar time available  
8/09/2017Seminar time available  
15/09/2017Seminar time available  
22/09/2017Seminar time available  
29/09/2017Seminar time available  
6/10/2017Seminar time available  
13/10/2017Seminar time available  
20/10/2017Seminar time available  
27/10/2017Seminar time available  
3/11/2017Seminar time available  
10/11/2017Seminar time available  
17/11/2017Seminar time available  
24/11/2017Seminar time available  
1/12/2017Seminar time available  
8/12/2017Seminar time available  
15/12/2017Seminar time available 

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