Virtual Reunion Concerts, Catch-ups and More

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Melbourne Medical School Virtual Reunion Concert and Catch-up

Tune in and enjoy this virtual concert commissioned by the Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences for medical alumni celebrating a milestone year since their graduation.

The evening will be hosted by Professor John Prins, Head, Melbourne Medical School and Mr Phillip Antippa (MBBS 1991), Royal Melbourne Hospital Cardiothoracic Surgeon director of Corpus Medicorum and lead violist.

Your Virtual Reunion Catch-up will follow directly after the concert and will be a fun and informal opportunity to socialise with fellow MBBS alum.

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Melbourne Dental School Virtual Reunion Concert and Catch-up

Join us for this digital concert commissioned by the Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences for dentistry alumni celebrating a milestone year since their graduation.

The evening will be hosted by Professor Alastair Sloan, Head, Melbourne Dental School who will be joined by Dr Malcolm Grenness (BDSc 1980), dentist and double bass player with Corpus Medicorum, to talk about all things dentistry and music.

Your Virtual Reunion Catch-up will follow directly after the concert and will be a fun and informal opportunity to socialise with fellow BDSc alum.

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Melbourne Medical School Singapore and Malaysian Alumni Virtual Concert and Networking Event

Coming to you all the way from Melbourne, this exclusive digital concert and networking event is for medical alumni living in Singapore and Malaysia.

The evening will be hosted by  Associate Professor Joanne Ngeow (MBBS 2000) and Professor John Prins, Head, Melbourne Medical School.

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Saturday Night at the Movies: It Started in the Sunderland

Returning for one night only!

Presented by MMS alum Rob Sitch, the documentary explores the memories, love stories and careers that started in the Med Building. From Parkville to Mount Beauty to Katherine, and all manner of places in between, the film celebrates all those who have studied in the Med Building during its 52-year history.

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