e-Newsflash - November 2011
Award winning research paper
Congratulations to Dr Gayle Fischer who recently won best paper of the conference at the International Society for the Study of Vulvar Disease in Paris. Her paper was on research carried out at Northern: Chronic vulvovaginal candidiasis: the role of Hormone Replacment Therapy. The study has just been published in the Journal of Lower Genital Tract Disease.
A well earned honour!
Breakfast for the stars
It was a magic morning on Monday 31st October as over 70 Northern Clinical School tutors sat down to a ‘Breakfast for the stars!’ This event was to thank our tutors for all the hard work they had put in over the year, and to show how much we appreciate their support.
The entertainment came in the form of the great debate ‘ There is no place for magic in modern medicine’ ably debated by Dr Peter Bland and Dr Kirsty Foster, against the opposition Professor Bruce Robinson and Dr Liz Steel. Professor Jonathan ‘Dumbledore’ Morris presided. Based on the laughter and the empty plates a great time was had by all!
|Professor Jonathan Morris||Professor Bruce Robinson|
Northern student awarded at 2011 AMA Annual Congress
Congratulations to Northern student Sarah Fox on being awarded the Australasian Menopause Association Barbara Gross Award for the best overall free communication or poster at the 2011 AMA Annual Congress in Brisbane.
Sarah’s presentation was entitled: Menopause-related quality of life: body image, eating and exercise. The authors are: Sarah Fox, Adelaide Boylan, Megan Donnelly, Rodney Baber, Suzanne Abraham.
Well done to Sarah on a fantastic award!
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