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Kirby Seminar - Assistant Professor Kenneth Witwer - "Extracellular Vesicles in HIV infection and central nervous system disease"

Added 25 Jan 2017 -
The Kirby Institute is pleased to present:    Assistant Professor Kenneth Witwer – The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine   “Extracellular Vesicles in HIV infection and central nervous...
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Kirby Institute Director David Cooper awarded the James Cook Medal

Added 24 Jan 2017 -
Scientia Professor David Cooper’s research on the understanding and treatment of HIV/AIDS has been recognised by the Royal Society of New South Wales who awarded him the James Cook Medal for 2016. The award...
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$12M boost to Kirby research in the latest round of NHMRC funding

Added 16 Dec 2016 -
The Kirby Institute at UNSW Australia was awarded $12.93M in the latest round of National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) grants. With an overall success rate more than double the national...
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Kirby Seminar - UNSW Grand Challenge on Refugees and Migrants: Health Needs of Refugees and Migrants

Added 9 Dec 2016 -
The Kirby Institute is pleased to present:  UNSW Grand Challenge on Refugees and Migrants: Health Needs of Refugees and Migrants.   Presenters: Dr Stewart Condon: Refugees and forcibly displaced...
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Kirby Seminar - Mr Michael Doyle – “Alcohol and other drug use treatment in prison.”

Added 6 Dec 2016 -
The Kirby Institute is pleased to present:  Mr Michael Doyle – PhD Candidate – Justice Health Research Program, Kirby Institute   “Alcohol and other drug use treatment in prison.”   Lunch will be...
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