News and events
Completed SEIB Events
- March 5 and 6 - High level delegation visit from Eijkman Institute and Hasanuddin University
- May 3 and 4 - A Short Course in Healthcare-associated (HA) infection prevention and control (IPC)
- May 4 - Woolcock Clinic Tuberculosis Research Day 2012
- May 11 - CellScope: Smart-phone enabled microscopy for portable diagnosis of tuberculosis (including a trial of tuberculosis detection in rural Vietnam
- May 11 and 12 - A Short Course in Critical Infection
- May 15-17 - High level delegation visit to Indonesia to strengthen tripartite alliance
- June 29 - Medical Entomology in Australia: past, present and future concerns
- June 29 - A Festchrift to honour the career of Prof Richard C Russell
- June 2012 - ISHAM - Berlin 2012
- July 27 and 28 - ASID/AVA Zoonoses Conference
- October 4 - VELiM - Who cares? Seminar
- October 11 and 12 - SEIB Colloquium
- October 22 and 23 - Emerging Infectious Diseases Symposium 2012
- November 6 - (SIBRN) Humanities and Social Sciences Node Meeting
- November 27 - Hendra Virus Vaccine Presentation by Dr Deborah Middleton, Australian Animal Health Laboratories (AAHL)
- December 10 - The Evolution of Viral Emergence by Professor Eddie Holmes
2012 Archive News
- Congratulations to Wieland Meyer who was elected Vice-President of the International Society of Human and Animal Mycology (ISHAM) at the 18th ISHAM Congress in Berlin, Germany in June 2012.
- The Commonwealth Chief Medical Officer, Professor Chris Baggoley and the Chief Veterinary officer, Dr Mark Schipp, opened the first joint meeting on zoonoses convened by the Australasian Society for Infectious Diseases and the Australian Veterinary Association.
- A Festschrift to honour the career of Prof Richard Russell at Westmead on 29 June 2012.
- New Lancet Article - Sustainable development for health: Rio and beyond
- Fostering a multidisciplinary approach to HIV/AIDS education in developing nations
- Institute for Infectious Diseases of Poverty - Seven institutions form new diseases research institute
- SEIB assisted with the coordination of a recent high level University of Sydney delegation (including the Chancellor, Vice-Chancellor and Dean of the Sydney Medical School) visit to Indonesia. The main aim was to strengthen the tripartite alliance between the University of Sydney, the Eijkman Institute of Molecular Biology in Jakarta and Hasanuddin University in Makassar, South Sulawesi..