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Research

In this section, you can find the following information:

Program

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Posters

There will be no paper poster sessions this year.

Posters are open now 
A virtual gallery of posters/pitches/presentations will be available for registered participants to view from 7 October to 22 October.  Find;

Gastroenterology in the Violet Room

Cardiology, Physiotherapy, Geriatrics/Palliative Care and Quality in the Indigo Room 

Oncology and Clinical Haematology in the Blue Room

Respiratory and Sleep Medicine, Critical Care and Emergency Medicine and Immunology, Infection control and Infectious Diseases in the Green Room

Medical Imaging and Endocrinology in the Yellow Room

Surgery, Anaesthesia and Ophthalmology in the Orange Room

Aboriginal Health, Neuroscience, Surgery, Occupational and Speech Therapy, Spinal Injury Research, Palliative Care, Parent/Infant Research, Research issues and Social Work in the Red Room 

Nursing, Psychiatry and Psychology, Paediatrics, Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Public Health, Toxicology and Renal in the Prism Room

Online events

Wed 7 October 12.30pm - 1.45pm - click time to attend
Dunlop Medical Research Foundation Symposium
Three outstanding researchers share their work.
Discover how yoghurt makes the difference, novel drugs for chronic pain and about gut feelings and obesity.
Plus information about how to successfully apply for Dunlop Medical Research Foundation funding. Complete information

Thu 8 October 1.30pm - 3pm - click time to attend
Nursing Quality and Research Forum
New and experienced nursing researchers are questioning practice, investigating improvements and getting answers!

Mon 12 October 12 noon - 1pm - click time to attend
Poster session opening 
Join CEO, Adam Horsburgh, as he presents some exciting projects displayed during ResearchFest

Wed 14 October 12.30pm - 1.30pm  - click time to attend
AMRF Young Investigators answer the big questions in medicine
Four researchers present their work in contention for the AMRF Young Investigator Award. A posse of secret professors and a "studio"audience; always interesting

Wed 14 October 4pm - 5pm - click time to attend
Physiotherapy Research Event
Exercise as medicine in cancer - Prof Linda Denehy shares the outstanding results of her exercise studies.  Complete information

Thu 15 October 12.30pm - 1.15pm - click time to attend
ResearchFest Plenary Session
Dr Rob Grenfell from CSIRO Health and Biosecurity and our very own Professor Paul Johnson (currently seconded DHHS) speak at the ResearchFest Plenary Session. Following the lecture the ResearchFest awards will be announced including the presentation of the AMRF Distinguished Scientist Award

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