Professor Duncan Maskell Public Lecture

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The University of Melbourne, Department of Rural Health

49 Graham Street

Shepparton, VIC 3630

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The University of Melbourne, Department of Rural Health are excited to announce our first public lecture for 2021 by Prof. Duncan Maskell

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Professor Duncan Maskell Vice-Chancellor at the University of Melbourne will provide a Public Lecture at the Department of Rural Health, University of Melbourne.

Professor Maskell’s distinguished academic career is centred on leading a large research group studying infectious bacterial diseases of people and livestock, resulting in well over 250 research papers on the topic, and election as a Fellow of the Academy of Medical Sciences. At the same time he co-founded four biotech companies, was a member of the University of Cambridge seed fund investment committee and the Board of Cambridge Innovation Capital, and was a non-executive Director on the Board of Genus plc, a FTSE250-listed global company. Professor Maskell has been a member, and in some cases Chair, of a range of Institute and company Scientific Advisory Boards, and UK Government and International research grant and review committees.


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The Department of Rural Health commenced on the 1st February 1999 and is in the Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences at the University of Melbourne.

The Department of Rural Health provides professional health education and research training in a rural context. Based at Shepparton in the Goulburn Valley, we have major nodes at Ballarat and Wangaratta and associations with nearly 40 smaller towns in rural Victoria.

We offer an exciting range of multidisciplinary opportunities for undergraduate, postgraduate students and practicing health professionals.  Our success depends on support from our local community, especially the health care sector.

Partnerships with many agencies in the Shepparton, Ballarat and Wangaratta regions underpin our teaching and research.\

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