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RESEARCH NEWS AND SUCCESSES
CLEAN TECH LAB LAUNCHES AT FLINDERS
A $1.1 million Clean Technology Laboratory dedicated to developing products and processes in a cleaner, greener way, was launched at Flinders on 19 November 2013.
FLINDERS ACHIEVES FINALIST FOR THE FIRST TIME
Gemma Sharp, PhD student in the School of Psychology has become Flinders first finalist in the Trans-Tasman Three Minute Thesis (3MT) competition.
FLINDERS SETS UP STATE’S FIRST AUTOIMMUNE BLOOD BANK
South Australia’s first autoimmune blood bank will be set up by scientists from Flinders University and SA Pathology, providing a central depository for vital research into different autoimmune diseases such as diabetes, multiple sclerosis, rheumatoid arthritis and systemic lupus.
MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALIA FINALIST
Nominated by her peers, Professor Karen Reynolds was announced as one of three finalists for the Medical Technology Association of Australia’s inaugural Outstanding Achievement Award.
NEW BOOK - YOUNG PEOPLE AND PORNOGRAPHY
What is “normal” sexuality for young people? How do they engage with the pornography that saturates popular culture? Are the panics that swirl around young people’s access to pornified culture justified?
NATIONAL MUTUAL ACCEPTANCE OF MULTI-CENTRE CLINICAL TRIAL ETHICS REVIEWS
National Mutual Acceptance (NMA) is a National Health and Medicial Research Centre (NHMRC)-led initiative intended to reduce the duplication of ethical review for national multi-centre clinical trials being undertaken within public health organisations across participating Australian jurisdictions.
THE FLINDERS UNIVERSITY RESEARCHER MENTORING SCHEME
The Professional Development Unit together with the Research Services Office are pleased to announce the opening of the 2014 Flinders University Researcher Mentoring Scheme. This is a call out for expressions of interest from potential mentors and mentees to participate in the 2014 program, commencing in February.
SEMINARS, CONFERENCES AND WORKSHOPS
RESEARCH GRANTS WORKSHOP FOR INTENDING NHMRC APPLICANTS
The Faculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences Research Committee will be hosting a Research Grants Workshop for intending NHMRC applicants. This will be a practical workshop on how to apply for NHMRC grants, and how to maximize your chances of success.
MEDICAL DEVICE RESEARCH INSTITUTE SHOWCASE EVENT
Join the Medical Device Research Institute at this Showcase event to learn about some of the exciting research occurring within the Institute.
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