All future 2014 events

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September
Presentation - No fear, endocannabinoids are here: a new player in psychiatric disorders   View Summary
1 September 2014

Speaker

Professor F Markus Leweke, Head of the Centre of Excellence for Research on Psychiatry and Psychotherapy and the Associate Director of the Deptartment of Psychiatry and Psychotherapy of the Central Institute of Mental Health Mannheim of the Ruprecht-Karls-University Heidelberg, Germany

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Hosted bythe Brain and Mind Research Institute

Presentation - Skin temperature, sleep and vigilance connections   View Summary
2 September 2014

Speaker

Dr Chris Gordon, Sydney Nursing School and Woolcock Institute of Medical Research

Bio

Christopher Gordon has been a registered nurse since 1990, working mainly in acute and intensive care in metropolitan and rural hospitals. He has a broad range of university and clinical teaching involving nursing, allied health and exercise science students. His teaching interests entail physiology, pathophysiology and advanced clinical assessment. He has a particular interest in simulation research and the interplay of stress and performance. His research focusses sleep and body temperature in normal and sleep disorders, and the use of body temperature as a biomarker of alertness and phenotyping.

Hosted bythe Woolcock Institute

Presentation - The role of genetic factors on anxiety and depression across the lifespan   View Summary
2 September 2014

Speaker

Associate Professor Christine Middeldorp, Department of Biological Psychology at the VU University Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Hosted bythe Brain and Mind Research Institute

2014 Coles colloqium with grand rounds   View Summary
3 September 2014

Keynote speaker

Professor Bruce Robinson, Dean, Sydney Medical School.

RSVP by Friday 22nd August online at https://coles2014.eventbrite.com.au or email kristy.hobbs@sydney.edu.au

Presented by the Save Sight Institute

CHERI 2014 Conference   View Summary
4 September 2014 to 5 September 2014

Effective Strategies for Improving Students Motivation and Behaviour

Seminar - Guillain-BarreÌ and Miller Fisher syndromes: new diagnostic classification   View Summary
5 September 2014

Speaker

Professor Nobuhiro Yuki, National University of Singapore

Hosted bythe Brain and Mind Research Institute

Lambie-Dew Oration 2014 - Community values and the challenges of change   View Summary
10 September 2014

Speaker

Dr John Yu, former Chief Executive Officer of Westmead Children's Hospital.

Hosted by the Sydney University Medical Society

Australia India Collaborative Cancer Research Symposium   View Summary
16 September 2014

Ajoint forum to discuss opportunities to collaborate on the clinical, laboratory and public health aspects of cancer prevention and treatment with the Majarashtra University of Health Sciences (MUHS).

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2014 APRU Global Health Program Workshop    View Summary
24 September 2014 to 27 September 2014

The themes this year are: global health education and technology; non-communicable diseases; health systems, trade and governance; and environmental health/other.

PC4 concept development workshop   View Summary
24 September 2014

An opportunity to have nationally-recognised experts (and potential grant application reviewers) provide feedback on your research

Symposium - Wireless wellbeing and personalised health   View Summary
29 September 2014

The aim of this symposium is to showcase examples of electronic and mobile-technologies in diet and physical activity promotion, to explore how we might be able to use personal data to predict and change behaviour, and to examine the role of social media in promotion and discouragement of healthy lifestyles. Advances in personal monitoring of lifestyle will be included and potential for new research partnerships formulated.

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A practical intermediate/advanced masterclass in time to event analysis   View Summary
29 September 2014

The aim of this symposium is to showcase examples of electronic and mobile-technologies in diet and physical activity promotion, to explore how we might be able to use personal data to predict and change behaviour, and to examine the role of social media in promotion and discouragement of healthy lifestyles. Advances in personal monitoring of lifestyle will be included and potential for new research partnerships formulated.

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Inter-university Neuroscience and Mental Health Conference   View Summary
29 September 2014 to 30 September 2014

Ajoint conference between The University of Sydney, Macquarie University, The University of New South Wales and the University of Western Sydney.

Call for abstracts: deadline COB Wednesday 20 August 2014.

October
7th COGNO Annual Scientific Meeting   View Summary
24 October 2014 to 25 October 2014

Theme

Translating science to patient centred trials

Sydney Medical School Pain Management Symposia   View Summary
24 October 2014

This is an opportunity to learn how to help prevent acute and sub-acute pain from progressing to chronic and disabling pain, and to understand how to work with other health professionals to achieve this goal.

Global Community Engaged Medical Education Muster   View Summary
27 October 2014 to 30 October 2014
'The Muster' will bring together internationally recognised leaders in community engaged medical education and will continue to stimulate important discussions about key concepts and practices at the forefront of medical education: Longitudinal Learning, Community Engagement, Social Accountability and Aboriginal Health.
November
Conference - Physics of the mind   View Summary
6 November 2014
Understanding the mind could boost knowledge-based industries via productivity gains or neural enhancements. Understanding the nature of thought and consciousness may one day lead the way to creating machines able to excel in science and art the way they currently populate production lines
Colloquium - Centre for Research Excellence in Critical Infection   View Summary
17 November 2014 to 21 November 2014
The CRE Colloquium will begin with the annual Short Course in Critical Infection.
December
Team-based learning (TBL) seminar and workshops   View Summary
11 December 2014 to 12 December 2014

Speaker

Larry Michaelsen, Professor of Management, University of Central Missouri

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