The Institute Seminars - 2015
12 noon - 1.00pm Every Wednesday and Thursday, BHI Ground floor Seminar Room
WEDNESDAY, 1 July 2015 BHI Research Seminar
SPEAKER: Dr Jason Tan, Advanced Physician Trainee in General Medicine, TQEH.
TITLE: ‘Low endogenous testosterone levels increase the risk of type 2 diabetes in men.’
CHAIR: Dr Jim Wang, Postdoctoral Fellow, Endocrinology Unit, TQEH (firstname.lastname@example.org)
THURSDAY, 2 July 2015 BHI Postdoctoral Research Seminar
SPEAKER: Dr Mark DeNichilo, Breast Cancer Research Unit, Discipline of Surgery, Level 1 BHI
TITLE: ‘Defining New roles for Peroxisae Enzymes in Human Health and Disease.’
WEDNESDAY, 8 July 2015 BHI Research Seminar
SPEAKER: Dr Isuru Ranasinghe, NHMRC Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Adelaide Discipline of Medicine, 5B, TQEH
TITLE: ‘Hospital Readmissions and The Post-Hospital Syndrome’
CHAIR: Dr Rosanna Tavella, Postdoctoral Fellow, Discipline of Medicine, Level 2, BHI, (email@example.com)
THURSDAY, 9 July 2015 BHI Postdoctoral Research Seminar
SPEAKER: Dr Branka Grubor-Bauk, Virology Lab, Discipline of Surgery, Level 1 BHI
TITLE: ‘New life from dead cells.’
WEDNESDAY, 15 July 2015 BHI Research Seminar
SPEAKER: Prof Peter Anderson, Australian Craniofacial Unit, WCHN
TITLE: ‘Cranial sutures and bone production and the possibilities for therapeutic manipulation’
CHAIR: Dr Mark DeNichilo, Postdoctoral Fellow, Breast Cancer research Unit, The University of Adelaide, Level 1, BHI (firstname.lastname@example.org)
THURSDAY, 16 July 2015 BHI Postdoctoral Research Seminar
SPEAKER: Dr Peter Zalewski, Discipline of Medicine, Level 2 BHI
TITLE: ‘Characterising novel zinc regulatory pathways in the walls of airways and blood vessels and implications for lung inflammatory and cardiovascular disease.’
WEDNESDAY, 22 July 2015 BHI Research Seminar
SPEAKER: Professor Hamish Scott, Head of the Department of Genetics and Molecular Pathology and Co-Director of Centre for Cancer Biology ACRF Cancer Genome Facility, SA Pathology
TITLE: ‘The Rise of The Machines: Technology and Computers in Modern Genetics’
CHAIR: A/Prof Joanne Young, Chief Medical Scientist, SAHMRI Colorectal Cancer Node, Department of Haematology-Oncology, Level 1 BHI (TQEH) (email@example.com)
lunch to follow
WEDNESDAY, 29 July 2015 BHI Research Seminar
SPEAKER: Dr Aaron Sverdlov, Cardiologist, NHMRC CJ Martin Postdoctoral Fellow, Cardiology Unit, Level 2, BHI
TITLE: ‘Metabolic heart disease: Why is the overfed heart out of energy?’
CHAIR: Dr Thanh Ha Nguyen, Postdoctoral Fellow, Cardiology Unit, Level 2, BHI (firstname.lastname@example.org)
THURSDAY, 30 July 2015 BHI Postdoctoral Research Seminar
SPEAKER: Dr Sarah Appleton, Discipline of Medicine, Ground floor, BHI,
Talking Head Seminar Series 2015
Research staff and students are invited to the BHI ‘Talking Heads’ seminars. Two research heads will each discuss their current research, detail their 5 year plans, and invite your questions.
Thursday 18 June, 2015 from 12 - 1pm, Ground Floor Seminar Room, Basil Hetzel Institute
Prof Rob Fitridge, Professor of Vascular Surgery, University of Adelaide Discipline of Surgery, 6A, TQEH.
Prof Peter Hewett, Professor of Colorectal Surgery, University of Adelaide Discipline of Surgery, 6A, TQEH.
Titles: ‘Predicting and improving outcomes in vascular surgery’ and ‘Improving outcomes in colorectal surgery’ respectively
Chair: Dr Prue Cowled, RP Jepson Research Fellow, University of Adelaide Discipline of Surgery, TQEH, Level 2 BHI
Followed by the BHI Longest Table Lunch - a fundraising lunch for The Hospital Research Foundation
Previous BHI Talking Head Seminars in 2015
Thursday 30 April, 2015 from 12 - 1pm
Prof Robert Adams, Professor of Medicine and Respiratory Physician, University of Adelaide, Discipline of Medicine, 5B, TQEH.
A/Prof Catherine Hill, Consultant Rheumatologist and epidemiologist, Rheumatology Unit, 5C, TQEH.
Chair: Dr Sarah Appleton, Postdoctoral Fellow, The Health Observatory and Freemasons Foundation Centre for Men's Health, University of Adelaide Discipline of Medicine at TQEH and SAHMRI, Ground Floor BHI
Follow by lunch, generously supported by The Hospital Research Foundation