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

2015 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 12:45 pm (unless otherwise noted)

Seminar enquiries : Kathryn Skelding

March 20th at HMRIDr Nikola Bowden, HMRI, University of NewcastleTargeting DNA repair to overcome chemoresistance in melanoma and ovarian cancer.Kathryn Skelding
April 1st (HMRI, Wednesday 4.30 pm)Special Seminar: Dr Alex Swarbrick , Kinghorn Cancer Center, Garvan Institute, SydneyHedgehog signalling as a novel therapeutic target for triple negative breast cancer.Matt Dun
April 24thDr Annemiek Beverdam, University of New South WalesYAP is molecular switch in epidermal stem cell proliferation and differentiation.Pradeep Tanwar
May 8thDr Jessica Holien, St Vincent's Institute, MelbourneDesigning Protein-Protein Inhibitors.Kathryn Skelding
May 15thDr. Thomas Fath, School of Medical Sciences, Faculty of Medicine, UNSW, SydneyDiversity and Function of the Neuronal Actin Cytoskeleton – Implications in Development and Disease.Estelle Sontag
May 22ndCrystal Naudin, PhD student, School of Biomedical Sciences and Pharmacy, University of Newcastle The Tetraspanin CD151's Role in the Kidney and Mapping of Genetic Modifiers of Glomerular Disease.Kathryn Skelding
May 29th at HMRIAvailable  
June 5thDr Christine Napier, Children's Medical Research Institute, SydneyChromosome end protection and the road to cancer.Kathryn Skelding
June 12thProf Ross Vlahos, RMIT UniversityTargeting novel oxidant-dependent mechanisms to treat acute and chronic lung diseases.Darryl Knight
June 19thProf Russ Chess-Williams, Faculty of Health Sciences & Medicine, Bond UniversityAnti-cancer effects of alpha1-adrenoceptor antagonists.Dirk Van Helden
June 26thDr Sarah Gordon TBCPhil Dickson
July 3rdAssistant Professor James Elliott, Northwestern University, ChicagoDemystifying the Whiplash Condition - from Protons to Prognosis.Phil Bolton
July 10thDr Jill Larsen, University of QueenslandTBCKathryn Skelding
July 17thAvailable  
July 24thDr Kara Perrow, Illawarra Health and Medical Research Institute, University of WollongongTargeting Heterogeneous Tumour Cell Populations in HER-2 Positive Breast Cancer.Kathryn Skelding
July 31stProf Allison Cowin, University of South AustraliaCytoskeletal regulation of wound healing and inflammation.Phil Hansbro
August 7thEmeritus Prof Saxon White, School of Biomedical Sciences and Pharmacy, University of Newcastle The New Physiology of Stress: Claude Bernard, Walter Cannon and Tony Abbott.Kathryn Skelding
August 14thProf Robert Medcalf, Fibrinolysis and Gene Regulation Laboratory, Monash UniversityTBCNeil Spratt
August 21stAvailable  
August 28thDanielle Bond, PhD student, School of Biomedical Sciences and Pharmacy, University of NewcastlePost-transcriptional Regulation of Tetraspanins CD151 & CD9 by miRNAs in Breast and Prostate Cancers.Kathryn Skelding
September 4thAvailable  
September 11thAvailable  
September 18thAvailable  
September 25thAvailable  
October 2ndAvailable  
October 9thA/Prof Estelle Sontag, School of Biomedical Sciences and Pharmacy, University of NewcastleTBCKathryn Skelding
October 16thAvailable  
October 23rdAvailable  
October 30thAvailable  
November 6thAvailable  
November 13thAvailable  
November 20thAvailable  
November 27thAvailable  
December 4thAvailable