Past events

Find information about past ANU Health and Medicine events.

12.30–1.30pm 11 December 2019

Disaster resilience in an aging society

Listen to Professor Ichiro Kawachi describe the lessons learned from a unique ongoing field study about the Great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami.

11.45am–5pm 2 December 2019

ANU Energy Update 2019

A one-day summit bringing together researchers, policymakers, industry and the public to provide an overview of the latest national energy trends.

12–1pm 20 November 2019

Clinical trials in Australia and Singapore

Dr Tan is visiting ANU, from Singapore, to interact with those involved with clinical trials in the ACT, and share learnings and opportunities. As part of her visit, Dr Tan will be presenting a seminar on clinical trials and sharing her experiences from Australia and Singapore in relation to clinical trials.

3.30–5pm 15 November 2019

Launch of MJA-Lancet Countdown on Health & Climate Change Report 2019

Public health in the face of climate change: how has Australia progressed, and what action is still needed?

5.30pm 14 November 2019

Extinction thwarted: Surviving global warming

Professor Sharon Friel, The Australian National University.

1–2pm 14 November 2019

Explanatory models in acute care

The presentation will provide medical educational and engineering perspectives on the Human Patient Simulator.

6pm 13 November 2019

Physics - Employability Webinar

Learn about different areas of Physics and the real world applications, examples of careers and employment trends in different areas.

2–3.30pm 12 November 2019

Official Launch: Future Research Talent Awards Indonesia

The Australian National University invites you to the Official Launch of the Future Research Talent Awards Indonesia.

6pm 6 November 2019

Quantitative Biology and Bioinformatics - Employability Webinar

Join us for a webinar on employability in Biology and Bioinformatics. Learn about different areas of Biology and Bioinformatics and its applications, examples of careers and employment trends in different areas, what it is like to work in Biology and Bioinformatics as well as an overview of studying the Master of Science in Quantitative Biology and Bioinformatics at the Australian National University.