26 Oct 2014

Events: HDR seminars, public events, general notices

All event notices are maintained on the CCS Events calendars (including local events such as professional development and trade fairs and HDR calendars). For a consolidated view, details of events and to see all events and deadlines, see Announcements.

What's on for this week

Mon Oct 2708:00 AM10,000 steps challenge kicks off! - are you wearing your pedometers? What is your stride length? Are you in a team at all?
Mon Oct 2710:00 AMCCS Honours review seminars Oct 27,28,31 - all welcome
Mon Oct 271:30 PMPsychiatry Professorial Grand Round - Dr Leo Chen
Tue Oct 2812:00 PMACBD and Dept Med Seminar Series 2014: Reem Alzayer & Emma Toulmin
Wed Oct 299:30 AM2014 Monash OH&S Conference
Fri Oct 31
Applications close - AMREP Honours Scholarships 2015

Forthcoming events

Mon Nov 3 1:30 PM Psychiatry Professorial Grand Round - Dr Leo Chen
Tue Nov 4 11:00 AM PhD Mid-candidature review - Ms Maha Bakhuraysah
Wed Nov 5 9:00 AM 7th Annual ANZSCDB Melbourne Cell and Developmental Biology Symposium

1:30 PM Wednesday Seminar Series: Abhirup Jayasimhan
Thu Nov 6 5:30 PM Public forum: Respect Research - Securing Australia's future
Fri Nov 7 10:30 AM Public address to CCS staff by the New VC of Monash
Wed Nov 19 10:00 AM 2014 AMREP Annual Postgraduate Research Symposium
To save a particular event to your own calendar, please click on the "Google calendar" icon found near the event name.  Various Departments have their own calendars: See CCS seminar index: www.med.monash.edu.au/cecs/events/seminars.html

Major CCS events

2014 Postgraduate symposium

Marina Iacovou presenting
at the 2013 CCS symposium

Central Clinical School invites you to attend the 2014 Annual Postgraduate Research Symposium.
Date: Wednesday 19 November 2014
Lecture Theatre, level 5, Alfred Centre for oral presentations and hallway for poster presentations and refreshments.
Enquiries: Laisa Tigarea, hdr.ccs@monash.edu.
RSVP link
Students have the opportunity to explain their research to other students and by participating, will foster collaborations, networking and a greater awareness of the expertise and research being conducted at AMREP. Current PhD students will be running the program, including chairing the presentations: Ms Jodie Abramovitch (chair), Ms Kai Sin Lee, Ms Sara Mohktar, Mr Timothy Colgan and Mr Man Kit Lee, assisted by Ms Dussy Kuttner.   Participants will be judged by a panel of senior academics and postdocs. Attractive monetary prizes will be given for outstanding work.  For more information, please visit: http://www.med.monash.edu.au/cecs/education/hdr-symposium.html