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1G Royal Parade

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Parkville, VIC 3052

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A Glimpse into WEHI Student Life presented by the WEHI Student Association (WESA) as part of the University of Melbourne’s Science Festival

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What is it really like to be a student at Walter and Eliza Hall Institute or WEHI?

As part of the University of Melbourne's Science Festival 2020, the WEHI Student Association (WESA) are hosting a virtual event via Zoom on Wednesday 19 August 2020, 4pm - 5pm

This event is an unique opportunity to gain insight into student life at WEHI and to explore the different career opportunities available.

  • Hear about our latest multidisciplinary medical research
  • Meet our students and network virtually
  • Learn about Honours, undergraduate and postgraduate study at the Institute
  • Find out about our upcoming Student Open Days

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Welcome:

  • Ms Gemma Moir-Meyer, WESA President and PhD Student
  • Ms Stephanie Studniberg, WESA Engagement Representative and PhD Student

Presenters:

  • Mr Myo Naung, PhD Student, Population Health and Immunity Division
  • Ms Iromi Wanigasuriya, PhD Student, Epigenetic and Development Division
  • Mr Jack Alexandrovics, PhD Student, Ubiquitin Signalling Division
  • Ms Caitlin Bourke, PhD Student, Population Health and Immunity Division
  • Ms Kerry Ko, Scientific Education

The presentations will be followed by a Q&A session.

This event will be delivered virtually to accommodate current government restrictions related to COVID-19. Once you have registered, you'll receive a link to join this event on Monday 17 August.

For further enquiries please contact: events@wehi.edu.au

The Walter and Eliza Hall Institute is one of Australia’s leading biomedical research organisations, with a strong national and international reputation for performing highly influential basic and translational research.

With more than 1,100 staff and students, the Institute is addressing some of the major health challenges of our time, including working towards treatments and rapid diagnostic tools for COVID-19 and future potential coronavirus outbreaks.

The Institute’s research focus spans cancer, infection, inflammation, immune disorders, and conditions affecting development and ageing. It is at the forefront of research innovation, with a strong commitment to excellence and investment in research computing, advanced technologies and developing new medicines and diagnostics.

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