Health and Medical Sciences Events

HMS Course Information Evening

Are you interested in a career in Medicine, Dentistry, Podiatric Medicine or Pharmacy?

  • Categories: Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences
  • Audiences: AcademicsCurrent studentsDomesticFuture studentsGeneral publicInternationalGraduates or near graduatesProfessionalsUndergraduate
21May

World No Tobacco Day Exclusive Event

UWA's School of Population and Global Health is holding an exclusive event on eve of World No Tobacco Day where a panel of experts will discuss this widespread and timely topic.

  • Categories: School of Population and Global Health
  • Audiences: AcademicsAlumniProfessionalsPostgraduate
30May

Preserving hearing in children with hepatoblastoma

Over the last few decades there have been spectacular advances in the treatment of hepatoblastoma, the most common malignant liver tumour of childhood, and now most Australian children who develop this disease will be cured. Unfortunately cure often comes at a price, and many children develop severe hearing loss as an adverse effect of one of the drugs used in their treatment. This lecture tells the story of the history of treatment of hepatoblastoma, and recent successes in preventing hearing loss in affected children.

  • Categories: Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences
  • Audiences: AcademicsAlumniCurrent studentsDomesticFuture studentsGeneral publicInternationalGraduates or near graduatesPostgraduateProfessionalsUndergraduate
11Jun

UWA Dental School Annual Research Day 2019

The UWA Dental School is delighted to hold its Annual Research Day once again and invites you to attend our showcase of the diverse research happening within the School.

  • Categories: Dental School
  • Audiences: AcademicsProfessionalsAlumniFuture studentsHigher Degree by Research StudentsPostgraduateGraduates or near graduatesStudying at another tertiary institution
28Jun

Dean's Distinguished Lecture, July

Join the Faculty for its monthly Dean’s Distinguished Lecture where guest speakers discuss their current health and medical research. Speaker to be advised.

  • Categories: Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences
  • Audiences: AcademicsAlumniCurrent studentsDomesticFuture studentsGeneral publicInternationalGraduates or near graduatesPostgraduateProfessionalsUndergraduate
9Jul

Dean's Distinguished Lecture, August

Hear from Professor Mark Nicol from UWA's School of Biomedical Sciences on 'It’s all about the bugs: early life microbial exposures and child health.'

  • Categories: Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences
  • Audiences: AcademicsAlumniCurrent studentsDomesticFuture studentsGeneral publicInternationalGraduates or near graduatesPostgraduateProfessionalsUndergraduate
20Aug

Dean's Distinguished Lecture, September

Join the Faculty for its monthly Dean’s Distinguished Lecture where guest speakers discuss their current health and medical research. Speaker to be advised.

  • Categories: Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences
  • Audiences: AcademicsAlumniCurrent studentsDomesticFuture studentsGeneral publicInternationalGraduates or near graduatesPostgraduateProfessionalsUndergraduate
17Sep

Dean's Distinguished Lecture, October

Join the Faculty for its monthly Dean’s Distinguished Lecture where Professor Toby Richards will be presenting. Toby Richards is the Lawrence-Brown Professor of Vascular Surgery with UWA's Medical School.

  • Categories: Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences
  • Audiences: AcademicsAlumniCurrent studentsDomesticFuture studentsGeneral publicInternationalGraduates or near graduatesPostgraduateProfessionalsUndergraduate
8Oct
HPE Seminar Teaser

Advanced Simulation in Health Professions Education

UWA's Health Professions Education division is offering a two-day workshop on Advanced Simulation in Health Professions Education.

  • Categories: Seminar
  • Audiences: AcademicsHigher Degree by Research StudentsAlumniProfessionalsPostgraduate
14 - 15Oct

Dean's Distinguished Lecture, November

Join the Faculty for its monthly Dean’s Distinguished Lecture where guest speakers discuss their current health and medical research. Speaker to be advised.

  • Categories: Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences
  • Audiences: AcademicsAlumniCurrent studentsDomesticFuture studentsGeneral publicInternationalGraduates or near graduatesPostgraduateProfessionalsUndergraduate
12Nov