Thursday 21 February | Melbourne
Hear amazing invited national and international speakers and hear about RMIT University’s vision for global and regional expansion from multiple Enabling Capability Platform Directors. At this event, you will meet colleagues interested in global health, infectious diseases, who are positively influencing the world with research across multiple disciplines including, biomedical, global business and advanced manufacturing.
The Biomedical and Health Innovation ECP Symposium on ‘Global and Regional Citizenship on Health’ will be held straight after RMIT’s Engaging For Impact 2019 event, with international guest speaker, Professor Sarah Rowland-Jones. Sarah is President of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicare and Hygiene, ex-Director of Research at MRC Laboratories in The Gambia (the UK’s oldest and largest research unit from 2004–08) and continues to focus on immune responses to HIV infection to identify the elements needed for a successful vaccine in her current role as Professor of Immunology at The University of Oxford, UK.
In this exciting cross-disciplinary initiative, confirmed speakers also include:
The following Vice Chancellor’s ECR Fellows will present on their research across multiple ECP platforms:
If you are interested in attending this event, please send an email TODAY to Michelle (firstname.lastname@example.org) to secure your spot!
Please encourage your HDRs and ECRs to register to attend and please circulate this email to those you think would be interested in attending this ‘not to be missed’ event.
Date: Thursday 21 February 2019
Time: 9:30 am-12:30 pm
Venue: Green Brain Room, Conference rooms 1 & 2, Level 7, Building 16, RMIT City campus