Events

Seminar Series

The NSW Health Statewide Biobank presents a regular Seminar Series, hosting experts in the use of biospecimens in research, biospecimen science, and infrastructure planning and research.

You’re warmly invited to join us for these informative and thought provoking talks. Please register to attend via Eventbrite.

* In view of COVID-19 and collective efforts to flatten the curve, we are holding these talks virtually. Please register via the supplied EventBrite link to access dial in details. 

Please contact us on 02 4920 4140 or at NSWPATH-Biobanking@health.nsw.gov.au for more information about the Seminar Series.

EventDateTimeLocationTopicPresenterRegister
NSWHSB Seminar SeriesTBC12:00 – 1:00pm NSW Health Statewide Biobank Biobanking in the UNSW/Randwick Hospital PrecinctDr Anusha Hettiaratchi, Manager, UNSW Biorepository, Mark Wainwright Analytical Centre (MWAC) and Dr Carl Power, Head of the Biological Resources Imaging Laboratory, Mark Wainwright Analytical Centre (MWAC) Register
NSWHSB Seminar SeriesMonday 18 May 202012:00 – 1:00pm NSW Health Statewide Biobank Data linkage in NSWMs Katie Irvine, The Centre for Health Record Linkage CHeReL, Sydney Register
NSWHSB Seminar SeriesMonday 29 June 202012:00 – 1:00pm NSW Health Statewide Biobank Dynamic near real-time clinical data linkage and management for biobanks and translational researchA/Prof Kevin Spring, Ingham Institute & Western Sydney University, Liverpool Register
NSWHSB Seminar SeriesMonday 17 August 202012:00 – 1:00pm NSW Health Statewide Biobank Biobanks pay dividends – prevention of cardiovascular disease via Mendelian randomisationA/Prof David Sullivan, Royal Prince Alfred Hospital Register
NSWHSB Seminar SeriesMonday 14 September 202012:00 – 1:00pm NSW Health Statewide Biobank Final PhD seminarMs Amanda Rush Register

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For more information about any of the events, conferences or meetings listed, please contact the NSW Health Statewide Biobank on 02 4920 4140 or at NSWPATH-Biobanking@health.nsw.gov.au.

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