An innovative whole of life approach to health and medical research -- from a healthy start to life through to happy ageing.
Lifespan Research Network enhances collaboration amongst the Reproductive, Maternal and Child Health (RMCH) researchers and Healthy Ageing researchers in the University of Sydney, its teaching hospitals, affiliated institutes, as well as external institutions and organisations.
Showcasing the research work of postgraduate students across the major lifespan themes, with sessions focusing on Reproduction, Maternal Health and Neonatology, Child and Adolescent Health and Healthy Ageing.
Thurdsay 1 October 9am-5pm at Charles Perkins Centre, Learning Studio.
The 2015 Lifespan Members Survey is your opportunity to help shape the Network for 2016 and beyond.
The 2015 Lifespan Members Survey takes approximately 5 minutes to complete and you can remain anonymous. Your ideas and feedback will be delivered to Lifespan Advisory Board for inclusion in planning meetings later this year.
The Lifespan Research Network, in collaboration with the Cancer Research Network recently hosted the 2015 Cancer-Lifespan Research Symposium titled “From the very beginning to the end of life: cancer over the lifespan”.
The symposium showcased recent cancer research achievements throughout the lifespan across the four lifespan themes, including maternal and reproductive cancers, childhood cancers, adolescent and young adult cancers, and cancer and healthy ageing.
The University of Sydney announced a major initiative in the field of fertility research and treatment, as it takes over ownership of Westmead IVF Pty Limited, the company which operates the private fertility clinic at Westmead Hospital, Westmead Fertility Centre. More information.
This year was a successful round for members of the Lifespan Research Network with research funding awarded in NHMRC project and fellowship schemes. Congratulations to Lifespan affiliates who won NHMRC project grants and fellowships. More information.
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