MMS Research Symposium: Translating innovation into impact

Stella Langford Wing (Cochrane, Hewlett and Taylor Rooms)
Graduate House
University of Melbourne
220 Leicester Street
Carlton, VIC, 3053


The annual Melbourne Medical School Research Symposium celebrates the innovative and impactful research that is taking place across the School, with speakers ranging from graduate research students to senior research leaders.

The Symposium will be headlined by Associate Professor Tilman Ruff, who will present on his Nobel Peace Prize-winning work towards abolishing nuclear weapons and preventing nuclear war.

Now in its third year, the event showcases inspiring journeys in research through ‘The Moth’ storytelling format. It will include updates on major School and Faculty projects by the Head of School and Dean, respectively, and presentations from the School’s Student and ECR Publication Prize finalists.

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This event is open to:

  • academic, honorary and professional staff
  • graduate research students
  • staff from partnering health service organisations and medical research institutes
  • professional and academic staff in the Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences

Registration is free via Eventbrite

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