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Kirby Seminar - Mr Adeshina Adekunle - "Modeling P. vivax malaria reactivation from latency."

Added 26 Jul 2016 -
The Kirby Institute is pleased to present: Mr Adeshina Adekunle,PhD Student, Infection Analytics Program - Kirby Institute "Modeling P. vivaxmalaria reactivation from latency." Abstract: Despite efforts...
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Kirby Seminar - Mr Arnold Reynaldi - "The association between malaria exposure, Epstein-Barr Virus and Burkitt's lymphoma."

Added 26 Jul 2016 -
The Kirby Institute is pleased to present: Mr Arnold Reynaldi, PhD Student- Infection Analytics Program- Kirby Institute "The association between malaria exposure, Epstein-Barr Virus and Burkitt's lymphoma...
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Kirby Seminar - Mr Philip Cunningham and Dr Tanya Applegate - "Implementation of HIV and HCV point of care tests: Current issues and considerations."

Added 19 Jul 2016 -
The Kirby Institute is pleased to present: Mr Philip Cunningham, Chief Operating OfficerNSW State Reference Laboratory for HIV & Molecular Diagnostic Medicine Laboratory,St Vincent’s Hospital Sydney...
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Kirby Seminar - Dr Denton Callander - Space, place and sexual health."

Added 12 Jul 2016 -
The Kirby Institute is pleased to present: Dr Denton Callander, Sexual Health Program, Kirby Institute "Space, place and sexual health." Abstract: Geography is an undeniable component of sexual health. ...
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Kirby Seminar - Associate Professor Vanessa Venturi - "A computational biology approach to decoding the complexity of the T cell receptor repertoire."

Added 28 Jun 2016 -
The Kirby Institute is pleased to present: Associate Professor Vanessa Venturi, Infection Analytics Program, Kirby Institute "A computational biology approach to decoding the complexity of the T cell...
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