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The inaugural Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health symposium will bring together nationally and internationally renowned academics and students working across Indigenous wellbeing measurement.
The ACT Critical Care Society is excited to announce the return of the Research Showcase, brought to you by generous sponsorship from David and Elizabeth Cusack and family.
The ANU Medical Revue, performed live over three nights, has become a favourite event in the ANU Med School calendar and is celebrating its twelfth year in 2018.
Adjunct Associate Professor John Goss will present 'Drivers of Australian hospital expenditure growth 2004-2013'. Janice Lee will present 'Impact of welfare income management on health'.
It's International Women's Day and to celebrate we have a fabulous lineup of talks, quizzes, songs and stand-up comedy from amazing women doing extraordinary science of all kinds.
Graduation ball, Friday 15 December 2017 – 6pm. ANU Medical School graduation ceremony, Wednesday 13 December - 2pm.
Evidence based medical and science policy is increasingly under pressure to bow to commercial pressures and political ideology. But surely not in Australia...?
Alzheimer's Australia ACT is holding their fifth annual Memory Walk & Jog.
Medical researchers from ANU, Canberra Hospital and University of Canberra present the latest advances in their research, from gene therapy to unborn babies to neuroscience.
Parkinson’s ACT is a local community group that generously supports a medical student each year at the ANU Medical School to advance their clinical skills in Parkinson’s Disease.
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