Discipline of Biomedical Science
The Discipline of Biomedical Science, a Discipline within the School of Medical Sciences, is located on the Cumberland Campus at Lidcombe. The Discipline provides units of study in anatomy, physiology and other sciences for the majority of the undergraduate and some of the postgraduate students enrolled in the Faculty of Health Sciences. Around 2600 hours of teaching per year is undertaken in the Discipline´s teaching laboratories.
Congratulations to Dr Joanna Diong on being awarded a 2014 National Stroke Foundation (NSF) Small Project Grant for $18,308.00.
A/Prof. Kay Double - Telegraph article and radio interviews about link between PD and insecticide sprays
Associate Professor Kay Double was quoted in a Parkinson's story in the front page of the Daily Telegraph 9th Dec 2013 - "Landmark legal case will probe the link between Parkinson's disease and insecticide sprays used on long-haul flights". Kay Double also gave two radio interviews on this issue.
Associate Professor Kay Double's work on developing ultrasound as a diagnostic method for Parkinson's disease was featured in the Sydney Morning Herald (SMH) website on Friday Nov 1st. See link to video > .
Associate Professor Karen Ginn gave the Keynote Address in the Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy stream of the Physiotherapy UK Conference in Birmingham on October 12th 2013.